Executive Mosaic, a leading media and events company in the government contracting sector, announced the recipients of its 2022 Wash100 Award and is now accepting votes to determine the top 10 leaders among the selected individuals who drove innovation in the federal landscape and demonstrated the potential to impact the government and GovCon industry.
Visit Wash100.com to cast your 10 votes and learn more about the history of the award and its current and previous recipients who made significant contributions in the GovCon sector and their respective companies, organizations, or agencies.
Stacey Dixon, principal deputy director of national intelligence, secured the top place in the previous year’s Wash100 Popular Vote Standings. Her win marked the first time a government official topped the polls in the award’s eight-year run. Over 36,000 votes were received in 2021 and the numbers set a record-shattering turnout.
Building on the momentum gained from the previous year, Executive Mosaic expects the 2022 season to reach new heights and gain the largest support and participation from the community.
This year’s Wash100 roster includes company executives, agency officials and thought leaders in the GovCon industry:
John Mengucci (CACI); Scott McIntyre (Guidehouse); Lou Von Thaer (Battelle); Mark Testoni (SAP NS2); Daniel Jablonsky (Maxar Technologies); Jim Taiclet (Lockheed Martin); Doug Wagoner (LMI); Jason Providakes (MITRE); Chuck Prow (Vectrus); John Goodman (Accenture Federal Services); Kevin Phillips (ManTech); Roger Krone (Leidos); Stevan Slijepcevic (Cubic); Carey Smith (Parsons); Bruce Caswell (Maximus); Tina Dolph (Siemens Government Technologies); Kathy Warden (Northrop Grumman); Ramzi Musallam (Veritas Capital); Phebe Novakovic (General Dynamics); Reggie Brothers (BigBear.ai); Haywood Talcove (Government, LexisNexis Risk Solutions and LexisNexis Special Services); Nazzic Keene (SAIC); Stu Shea (Peraton); John Vollmer (Amentum); Matt Desch (Iridium); Bill Monet (Akima); Paul Dillahay (NCI Information Systems); Doug Lane (Capgemini Government Solutions); David Jevans (CipherTrace); Jonathan Moneymaker (Bluehalo); Dawne Hickton (Jacobs); Al Whitmore (BAE Systems Inc.); DeEtte Gray (CACI International); James Gordon (Cognosante); Andy Green (Huntington Ingalls Industries); Craig Abod (Carahsoft); Gerry Fasano (Leidos); Rick Wagner (Microsoft Federal); Amy Gilliland (General Dynamics Information Technology); Byron Bright (KBR); Chris Brady (General Dynamics Mission Systems); John Zangardi (Redhorse Corp.); Mary Petryszyn (Northrop Grumman); Michael LaRouche (SAIC); Shawn Purvis (Northrop Grumman); Todd Probert (CACI); Jim Brinker (Intel Federal); Roy Azevedo (Raytheon Technologies); Jason Porter (AT&T); John Heneghan (ECS Federal); Lloyd Austin (DOD); Michael Brown (DIU); William Burns (CIA); Lisa Costa (U.S. Space Force); Jen Easterly (CISA); Michael Groen (JAIC); Avril Haines (ODNI); Rob Joyce (NSA); Lauren Knausenberger (Air Force); Clare Martorana (OPM); and 40 more persons of consequence.
Executive Mosaic will receive Wash100 votes until April 30.
An in-depth profile for each 2022 Wash100 Award recipient will be featured daily on GovCon Wire and ExecutiveBiz, starting Jan. 24, to highlight the most notable accomplishments of the awardees in the previous year.
Stay tuned for more news and information about Wash100 voting!