Voting for your ranking of the 2022 Wash100 Award winners is in full swing and this week saw an intense round of shifts, skyrocketing favors and tough competition. If you haven’t already, be sure to cast 10 allotted votes on your favorite figures in the GovCon, government and military sectors before the race ends on April 30.
Go to Wash100.com right now to play your part in one of the industry’s most prestigious recognitions of GovCon excellence! You don’t want to miss out.
Over the past week, the instability at the top of the ranking has continued, with a new executive taking the lead at number one. In a shocking turn, Department of the Air Force Chief Information Officer Lauren Knausenberger surged forward from number 25 to one in just a week’s time.
SAIC CEO Nazzic Keene also saw her stocks rise, climbing from her position last week at number five to the number two slot in the Wash100 ranking of government and commercial sector executives. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Deputy Director Tonya Wilkerson entered the top five this week, making moves from number seven to number five.
Your voting also introduced two new executives into the top 30. U.S. Department of Navy Chief Information Officer Aaron Weis entered the ranking at number 12 and Defense Information Systems Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert Skinner received enough votes to debut on the list at number four this week.
Filling out the top five was Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin retaining a very high slot at number three. U.S. Space Force Chief of Space Operations Gen. John Raymond also saw an astronomical boost during the week, jumping 20 spots from number 27 to number seven. Additionally, SAIC National Security and Space Sector President Michael LaRouche made significant gains from number 12 to number eight.
However, the dust has not yet settled. There is still time to help give your prized executive a leg up in this nail-biting competition. Your votes could be the leverage someone needs to rise the ranks of the Wash100 Top 30.