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Northern Virginia Technology Council | Press Room | NVTC Chair Brad Antle, NVTC Treasurer Robin Lineberger and 15 Other NVTC Members Honored at 2012 Federal 100 Awards

NVTC Chair Brad Antle, NVTC Treasurer Robin Lineberger and 15 Other NVTC Members Honored at 2012 Federal 100 Awards

On Wednesday, March 28, 17 executives from NVTC member companies were honored at the 23rd Annual Federal Computer Week Federal 100 Awards Gala. The Federal 100 Awards recognize 100 professionals from government and industry who have impacted and transformed the federal government IT community.

Congratulations to NVTC Chair Brad Antle of Salient Federal Solutions, NVTC Treasurer Robin Lineberger of Deloitte LLP and NVTC Board Member Linda Mills of Northrop Grumman. NVTC Chairman Antle was honored, representing NVTC, for the work of the NVTC Arlington National Cemetery Task Force, which was led and conducted by Booz Allen Hamilton, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and The MITRE Corporation, with the assistance of a working group of 14 additional NVTC member companies/organizations. Lineberger was awarded for his time commitment to assisting numerous organizations and causes across the federal IT community, and Mills was honored for her efforts to encourage youth participation in the fields of cybersecurity, science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Also honored were several representatives of NVTC Board member companies: Alan Balutis of Cisco Systems Inc., Leslie Barry of GTSI, Larry Cox of SAIC, Natalie Givans and Robert Nabors of Booz Allen Hamilton, Andrew McCann of HP Enterprise Services, Stuart Mervis of General Dynamics Information Technology, Daniel Porter of CACI and Lauren States of IBM Corp. In addition, the following individuals from NVTC member companies/organizations were honored: Peter Gallagher of Unisys Federal Systems, Alfred Grasso of MITRE Corp., Jennifer Kerber of TechAmerica, Jay Nussbaum of Agilex and Jared Speigel of Phase One Consulting Group.

Federal 100 winners are nominated by Federal Computer Week readers and selected by an independent panel of judges. For more information and to view the entire list of 2012 Federal 100 winners, click here.