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The Time to Crown a GovCon Champion Is Now as Wash100 Popular Vote Enters Home Stretch

The Time to Crown a GovCon Champion Is Now as Wash100 Popular Vote Enters Home Stretch

The Wash100 Award popular vote contest — a friendly yet fiery match-up between the government contracting industry’s most exceptional talents — has been going on for nearly three months now, but this week may have been its most exciting yet. The number one seed, Booz Allen Hamilton’s Judi Dotson, is hanging on to her spot, but there are two competitors at her heels who have found new momentum as the race enters its final stretch, and a whole lot of movement just beyond them in the top 30.

Executive Mosaic celebrates the best and brightest of GovCon every year with the Wash100 Award — all eyes of the industry look to the list to know who is deciding where the market goes next. These 100 fabulous leaders have innovation and vision to burn and can be reliably counted upon to make headlines, engineer the latest and greatest technologies behind the scenes and help govern the U.S. through agency stewardship.

After the Wash100 winners are announced, the popular vote commences. It’s been a thrilling journey this year, but only one candidate can be crowned the champion. April 30 marks the end of the race so if you haven’t yet, get your 10 votes in!

The question on everyone’s minds is: will Karen Dahut, CEO of Google Public Sector, who rocketed from number four to number two over the last week, overtake Dotson for the title? Or will it be AT&T Vice President of Federal Solutions Jill Singer, who muscled her way from number six to number three? Perhaps even familiar face Craig Abod of Carahsoft, a 10-time Wash100 recipient who quietly leapt forward almost 10 spots, from number 12 to number four!

Certainly don’t count out Kim Lynch of Oracle, who made a strong showing this week with a two-spot gain, landing at number eight. Nor the newly instated head of Microsoft Federal Candice Ling, who has made incremental gains throughout the whole competition and is now enjoying her highest placement yet at number 12.

Special mention goes out to SAP NS2 leader Harish Luthra, a first-time awardee who surged upward this week from number 20 to number 15, as well as Akima’s Bill Monet, who made the largest gain of the week, 11 spots up to number 17. Props goes out too to SandboxAQ’s Jen Sovada, who made nice work and entered the top 20 at number 19, after placing this time last week at number 25.

We need your help to bring this vote to a decisive close. 11 days remain and it is urgent you cast your votes for your favorite winners of the 2024 Wash100 Award now. Walk don’t run to Wash100.com!

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