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Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Recap

Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Recap - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Washington Power Players: CIO Vivek Kundra and CTO Aneesh Chopra

We brought our camera to the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons on Thursday for the Ernst & Young Executive of the Year awards.  Federal CIO Vivek Kundra and CTO Aneesh Chopra took a break from their marathon push to meet the administration’s ambitious IT goals to congratulate industry leaders and take in some top-notch surf-and-turf (or, in Vivek’s case, a great vegetarian meal).  Check out ExecutiveBiz’s exclusive photo of the two federal IT policy architects side-by-side.

Winners included Reggie Aggarwal the CEO of Cvent (IT Services); Fuad El-Hibri, the chairman and CEO of Emergent BioSolutions (Technology); Eric Major, the president and CEO of K2M (Emerging); Ronald Paul, the chairman and CEO of EagleBank & Ronald D. Paul Cos. (Business Services); Richard Shurtz, the president of Stratford University (Government/Education Services); Philip Soucy, the CEO of Modern Technology Solutions (Government Contracting); and John Young, the president and CEO of Colfax (Infrastructure).

Washington Power Players: CIO Vivek Kundra and CTO Aneesh Chopra
Washington Power Players: CIO Vivek Kundra and CTO Aneesh Chopra

 

 Paul Smith of Red Hat
Paul Smith of Red Hat

Sudhakar Kesavan of ICF
Sudhakar Kesavan of ICF

 

Rick Marcotte of DLT Solutions
Rick Marcotte, CEO of DLT Solutions and his wife
Hollis Helms of Abraxas and Rene Salas of Ernst & Young
Hollis Helms of Abraxas and Rene Salas of Ernst & Young
The Awards
The Award-Winners

 

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