After a four month battle amongst the most notable leaders of consequence, the seventh annual Wash100 Popular Vote Rankings closed on June 1st, and the winner of the 2020 Wash100 Award has been announced. Scott McIntyre, CEO of Guidehouse, secured his spot in first place in the rankings, climbing over 90 spots from his previous ranking in the 2019 Wash100 Award.Read More »
After five months of rigorous competition and boundless participation from the government contracting (GovCon) community, the 2020 Wash100 Award voting will come to an end on June 1st. That means you have until Sunday night at midnight to cast your votes to determine who is considered the most significant executive of consequence to the GovCon industry. Vote Now!
Gen. Mark Milley Makes Significant Progress in Wash100 Popular Rankings; 10 Days Left to Cast Your Vote
Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is making significant headway in the Wash100 Popular Vote Rankings, as voting draws to a close on June 1st. Climbing three spots since last week, Milley’s momentous progress shows just how important your vote is for these executives of consequence. Cast your vote before June 1st to have your voice heard!Read More »
Scott McIntyre Reclaims First Place in Wash100 Popular Vote Before June 1st Deadline; Juliane Gallina, Gina Haspel Keep Pace
Ten days left! The 2020 Wash100 Popular Vote draws to a close on June 1st, which leaves you with only ten days to vote as tensions for first place in the rankings. Click here to cast your vote and determine who emerges as the most significant executive of consequnece to the government contracting (GovCon) sector for 2020.Read More »
Juliane Gallina, chief information officer (CIO) of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) made a significant jump from fifth to second place in the 2020 Wash100 Popular Vote over the weekend. Click here to vote for your favorite 2020 Wash100 executives in the GovCon sector! Voting ends June 1st.Read More »
Juliane Gallina, the CIA’s chief information officer, said the agency is looking to replace fax machines with the use of email through the Gray Magic program to facilitate communications between the agency and vendors when it comes to information technology acquisition, FCW reported Wednesday.Read More »