May 24, 2011

100 leaders of Washington’s tech world, from LivingSocial’s Tim O’Shaughnessy to Capitals owner Ted Leonsis
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Our tech scene is the hottest it’s been since the dot-com glory days of the 1990s, with big investment by government in IT, surging green-energy programs, growing biotech research, and start-ups such as LivingSocial. Here are the people who are making this region grow.

Gov 2.0 and Politicos

Keith Alexander
Director, National Security Agency. The head of the Defense Department‘s cybersecurity efforts, Alexander leads a workforce that includes some of the best mathematicians and technologists on the planet.

Curtis “Bob” Burns
Social-media analyst, Transportation Security Administration. Writing under the handle Blogger Bob, Burns helps pen TSA.gov’s official blog, which is regarded as the best in the government and one of the few with both a devoted readership and a thoughtful policy discussion.

Sheila Campbell
Manager, Federal Web Managers Council at the General Services Administration. Working with her colleague Bev Godwin, Campbell is a key player helping to move the federal government online.

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