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- Jennifer Bachner Director, Master of Science in Government Analytics Program, Johns Hopkins University; Author, "What Washington Gets Wrong: The Unelected Officials Who Actually Run the Government and Their Misconceptions About the American People"
- Dan Tangherlini President, SeamlessDocs Federal; former Administrator, General Services Administration (GSA)
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