Leaders at the front of the Lines

The leadership at the Office of Management and Budget recently honored those who keep the Lines of Business consolidation projects in line.

OMB handed out the awards at an event at the American Institute of Architects in Washington.

Owen Ambur, left, of the Interior Department and John Sullivan of the Environmental Protection Agency were two winners.

The Housing and Urban Development Department's Barbara Dorf of and the Agriculture Department's Tyson Whitney also won awards.
The National Science Foundation's Cathie Flynn, left, and Mary Santonastasso and the Education Department's Ora Alger enjoy the event.

Karen Evans, left, OMB administrator for e-government and IT, chats with the Energy Department's Stacie Higgins and OMB's Kamela White and Jack Koller.


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