Matchup: Let's face it

Are you good with faces? Check the details of these familiar ones from the federal IT gallery and match them with the names.

#___ Charles Havekost, Health and Human Services

#___ Rep. Adam H. Putnam (R-Fla.)

#___ Laura Callahan, Labor

#___ Tom Pyke, Commerce

#___ Susan Warshaw, Bureau of Engraving and Printing

#___ Steve Cooper, Homeland Security

#___ Bob Haycock, Office of Management and Budget

#___ Gen. John Jumper, Air Force

#___ Hord Tipton, Interior

#___ Angela Styles, Office of Federal Procurement Policy

#___ Dawn Meyerriecks, Defense Information Systems Agency

#___ Tony Cicco, General Accounting Office

#___ Bill McVay, OMB

#___ Retired Vice Adm. Arthur Cebrowski, Defense Office of Force Transformation

#___ Rose Parkes, Homeland Security

#___ Mitchell E. Daniels Jr., OMB

#___ Amy Wheelock, Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services

#___ Norm Lorentz, OMB

#___ Barry West, National Weather Service

#___ Rear Adm. Charles Munns, Navy

#___ Daniel Chenok, OMB

Answer

1. Charles Havekost, Health and Human Services

2. Amy Wheelock, Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services

3. Dawn Meyerriecks, Defense Information Systems Agency

4. Norm Lorentz, OMB

5. Angela Styles, Office of Federal Procurement Policy

6. Barry West, National Weather Service

7. Tom Pyke, Commerce

8. Daniel Chenok, OMB
9. Susan Warshaw, Bureau of Engraving and Printing

10. Rear Adm. Charles Munns, Navy

11. Mitchell E. Daniels Jr., OMB

12. Rose Parkes, Homeland Security

13. Retired Vice Adm. Arthur Cebrowski, Defense Office of Force Transformation

14. Laura Callahan, Labor

15. Gen. John Jumper, Air Force

16. Bill McVay, OMB

17. Tony Cicco, General Accounting Office

18. Bob Haycock, Office of Management and Budget

19. Hord Tipton, Interior

20. Steve Cooper, Homeland Security

21. Rep. Adam H. Putnam (R-Fla.)

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