HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra Receives First Wash100 Award

HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra Receives First Wash100 Award
Xavier Becerra HHS Secretary

Xavier Becerra, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), has won the first Wash100 Award of his long federal career as a part of Executive Mosaic's 2021 recipients. 

Becerra has received the highest honor in all of government contracting (GovCon) for his efforts to drive health initiatives, priorities and modernization, as well as his leadership and effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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In Jan. 2021, President Biden selected Becerra, the former California attorney general, as his nominee for HHS secretary. With the department, he is charged with leading HHS at a critical moment in the pandemic. 

"I wholeheartedly believe we're going to be doing expansion of telehealth," Becerra added. "COVID has taught us so much. It's also the issue of broadband ““ making sure communities have access to broadband."

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"I have worked a long time on these issues, and others who believe we should not have the gaps in our healthcare system," said Becerra. "What I can tell you is that if we collect better data, that helps us understand where the shortages are, who we are missing. We will also be able to provide better treatment."

Executive Mosaic congratulates Xavier Becerra and the Department of Health and Human Services for his first Wash100 Award. Becerra's efforts to advance health and technology initiatives will continue to support the nation's health services as we navigate through and past the COVID-19 pandemic.

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