Executive Mosaic, the leading provider in connecting, promoting and branding government and government contracting (GovCon) executives of consequence, has announced that following one of the most competitive voting seasons in the award’s nine-year history, Department of the Air Force CIO Lauren Knausenberger has won the 2022 Wash100 Award Vote Standings.
After finishing in second place during last year’s voting season, Lauren Knausenberger received her second consecutive Wash100 Award for her unwavering commitment to the Air Force’s IT modernization initiatives and digital transformation efforts in alignment with the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) goals.
“Air Force CIO Knausenberger embraces the full spectrum of the Air Force’s complex organizational tentacles reaching into cyber, space, technology portfolio investment, intelligence, cloud computing, terrestrial facilities, and a myriad of interconnected areas across a $17 billion technology portfolio and a force of approximately 650,00 active duty and reserve airmen, civilians and air national guards,” Executive Mosaic CEO Jim Garrettson said.
As the 2022 Wash100 Voting season came to a close, Lauren Knausenberger was able to outlast General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) President Amy Gilliland by 46 votes to take first place. Clara Conti, vice president and general manager of the Public Sector with Red Hat, additionally made a late surge up the rankings and finished in a tie with Gilliland as the deadline passed.
Here are the final results for the elite leaders who were voted into the top ten in this year’s Wash100 Vote Standings:
Executive Mosaic extends its gratitude to the members of the GovCon community as well as those across the federal landscape who participated in the 2022 Wash100 Voting season. The overwhelming turnout and support from our industry perfectly demonstrates the importance of the annual Wash100 Award and its place in recognizing the best the GovCon sector has to offer.
“Federal service is hard and it takes a lot of luck and perseverance to get things done,” said Lauren Knausenberger. “It’s incredibly rewarding, nothing else comes close, so let’s keep all of these warfighters and civil servants fueled with knowledge of their amazing impact!”
Stay tuned for the latest news coming out of our industry to see the driver of success and significant contributions that this year’s Wash100 Award recipients will make in the GovCon and federal sectors for the rest of 2022 and beyond.
Visit Wash100.com to learn more about all 100 recipients of the 2022 Wash100 Award with Executive Mosaic’s exclusive profiles as well as all previous winners in the award’s prestigious nine-year history.
Check out the final results for the 2022 Wash100 Vote Standings and get your nominations ready to celebrate the tenth year of the Wash100 Award coming in 2023.