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- Lisa Rein Reporter, The Washington Post
- Jeffrey Neal Senior Vice President, ICF; former chief human capital officer, Department of Homeland Security and the Defense Logistics Agency
- Matthew Burton General Manager, Hadron Industries; former chief information officer, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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