Executive Mosaic Launches 2021 Wash100 Award Nominations

Executive Mosaic Launches 2021 Wash100 Award Nominations
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Executive Mosaic, the leading provider in connecting, promoting and branding government and government contracting (GovCon) executives of consequence, has opened nominations for the 2021 Wash100 Award. To submit your nomination, visit Wash100.com

Executive Mosaic’s review committee will review executive nominations across government contracting firms, policy groups, government advisers, consulting organizations, academic institutions and other industry related organizations. The company has placed additional consideration on inclusion and diversity. 

“This nomination process will broaden the reach and consideration across the dynamic and rapidly evolving arena where technology, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, nanoelectronics, 5G, supply chain, pandemic response, space and many other expanding dimensions have compounded the challenges of identifying the leaders and dramatically increased the competition amongst the most deserving recipients,” said Jim Garrettson, CEO of Executive Mosaic

The Wash100 Award recognizes notable leaders of the private and public sectors for their leadership, innovation, reliability, achievements and vision. Entering its eighth year, the Wash100 Award has recognized hundreds of leaders who have differentiated themselves through contribution and performance to drive innovation and growth for the federal market. 

To ensure your favorite leader’s name is included for consideration, please submit your nominations for the 2021 Wash100 Award

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