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FEDERAL CONTRACTORS/TECHNOLOGY


LEANNE CARET PRESIDENT AND CEO, BOEING DEFENSE, SPACE & SECURITY, THE BOEING CO., ARLINGTON


Caret, who has been with Boeing since 1988, recently received her fiſth Wash100 Award. This time, she was honored for driving innovative solutions across the technology and defense landscape.


One of those innovations is a drone, the MQ-25


Stingray, that in June successfully refueled a Navy jet in midair. It was the first time an unmanned aircraſt has refueled a piloted F/A-18 jet.


Caret was previously president of Boeing’s Global Services and Support organization and has held a host of other executive roles. The Kansas State and Wichita State University alum also has completed leadership programs at Harvard and Notre Dame, and


she was inducted in 2019 to the Women in Aviation International Pioneer Hall of Fame; she was also named to Fortune magazine’s Most Powerful Women list last year. Overseeing a branch that brought in $34 billion in


revenue last year, Caret has spearheaded modernization efforts to help Boeing continue being competitive in the defense market. In December 2020, the company received a potential $198 million contract modification to integrate a ground control station to support the MQ-25 aerial refueling drone. Boeing also made a record $50 million commitment to Virginia Tech in May to support its Alexandria-based Innovation Campus.


BRUCE L.


ANEESH CHOPRA CAREJOURNEY, PRESIDENT, ARLINGTON


CASWELL PRESIDENT AND CEO, MAXIMUS INC., RESTON


Serving as president since 2014 and CEO and director since 2018,


Caswell has overseen a period of major growth at the $3.46 billion company. That includes a 300% increase in Maximus’ health services segment, which provides administrative services, program management and operational support for Medicaid, Medicare and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Founded in 1975 to help implement fraud controls in social services with technology, Maximus incurred new revenue streams from the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act and the Affordable Care Act. In 2018, Maximus acquired certain assets of General Dynamics Information Technology’s citizen-engagement centers for $400 million, strengthening its market position. A former IBM executive, Caswell speaks


extensively about states’ challenges with Medicaid and health insurance exchanges. He holds a B.A. in economics from Haverford College and a master’s of public policy degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. He also serves on the Northern Virginia Technology Council board as vice chair.


Chopra, who served as the first U.S. chief technology officer under President Barack Obama and Virginia’s secretary of technology for then- Gov. Tim Kaine’s administration, has remained committed to Virginia’s tech sector, particularly in health care. In 2013, he co-founded CareJourney, an open data membership


service with a rating system for physicians, networks, facilities and markets. In May, the company announced its collaboration with AaNeel Infotech and South Texas Clinical Partners Accountable Care Organization to launch Patient360, a web-based app that gives health care providers access to a patient’s history during appointments. Chopra also chairs George Mason University’s President’s Innovation Advisory Council, which focuses on the state’s Tech Talent Investment Program to produce 32,000 additional computer science and engineering graduates over the next 20 years. GMU is responsible for graduating approximately 30% of those new degree-holders. He also was part of President Joe Biden’s transition team focusing on the U.S. Postal Service, which has experienced severe delays during the COVID-19 pandemic. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Public Policy, Chopra unsuccessfully ran in 2013 for the Democratic nomination for Virginia’s lieutenant governor.


JENNIFER CHRONIS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, VERIZON PUBLIC SECTOR, GREAT FALLS


In her first year as senior vice president of Verizon Public Sector, Chronis’ division secured a $495 million Department of Defense contract to help connect 200 different research, development, test and evaluation laboratories. The retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel joined Verizon in 2020 as vice president of its federal business, 10 years aſter retiring from the military. Over the past decade, she worked for Amazon Web Services and IBM in their public sectors, oſten focusing on their work with the DOD. In April, she was promoted to lead Verizon Public Sector, which includes the company’s first-responder network platform, Verizon Frontline. A University of Virginia graduate who attended on an ROTC scholarship, Chronis is a mem-


ber of the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s board and was recognized by Washington Executive as a Top 25 DOD Executive to Watch in 2019 and 2020. She also was named to the Wash100 list of elite public-sector leaders. Chronis ran unsuccessfully as a candidate for the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in 2015.


MIKE CORKERY PRESIDENT AND CEO, DELTEK INC., HERNDON


Corkery, who became Deltek’s CEO in 2012 aſter serving as its chief financial officer since 2010, has seen the soſtware company double in size, now serving 30,000 customers around the world and earning $627 million in annual revenue. With about 3,200 employees, Deltek was named among the top large companies in The Washington Post’s 2021 ranking of Washington, D.C.’s best work- places. Corkery, a graduate of St. Bonaventure University, was honored by the Northern Virginia Technology Council last year as a top tech executive in the region. Before joining Deltek, he was CFO and acting CEO of ICO Global Communications.


64 VIRGINIA 500 He’s also a group executive of soſtware for Roper


Technologies, the Florida-based parent company of Deltek since 2016. Outside of work, Corkery serves on the boards for NVTC, Year Up National Capital Region and the American Council of Engineering Companies Foundation. He also is part of the President’s Innovation Advisory Council at George Mason University and a member of the Flint Hill School board.


FAVORITE SPORTS TEAMS: New York Giants and Washington Nationals


MOST RECENT BOOK READ: “Every Stroke Counts,” by Mark Brodie, a golf analytics book, so applying my geek tendencies to my golf game!


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