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Federal 100: Leaning into the future

Every year, GCN's sibling site FCW, honors 100 individuals who have made significant contributions to federal IT.  In this 30th year of the awards program, FCW celebrates those who have taken advantage of innovative technologies like artificial intelligence and automation to help agencies gain insights into their data and deliver services faster and more accurately.

You can read more about each of those individuals and their accomplishments on FCW.com:

Gil Alterovitz
Presidential Innovation Fellow
Department of Veterans Affairs

Joseph Cubba
Vice President, Defense and Intelligence
IBM GBS Public Sector

Jeff Lau
Regional Commissioner, Northeast and Caribbean, Federal Acquisition Service
General Services Administration

John L. Lockwood
IT Program Manager, Defense Logistics Agency
Defense Department

Lynn M. Moaney
Deputy Chief Financial Officer
Agriculture Department

Emily W. Murphy
Administrator
General Services Administration

Lt. Col. Marc Snoddy
Commander of 33rd Network Warfare Squadron
U.S. Air Force

Randel Torfin
Head, Engineering Maintenance Management Branch, Military Sealift Command
Department of the Navy

Maj. Zach V. Walker
Texas Lead and Cyber Security Project Manager, Defense Innovation Unit
Defense Department

Bill Wiatrowski
Acting Commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Department of Labor

Stephen D. Winchell
Presidential Innovation Fellow
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity

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