Bob Osborn, NNSA Associate Administrator for Information Management and Chief Information Officer, has been selected as one of Federal Computer Week’s 2012 Federal 100 Award Winners. The award recognizes government and industry leaders who have played important roles in the federal government IT community.
Osborn has been specifically acknowledged as being part of a select group of professionals who had the greatest impact on the government information systems community in 2011. As leader of the NNSA’s information management and information technology (IT) initiatives, Osborn and his team have skillfully laid out an aggressive plan to update and modernize the agency’s IT infrastructure.
In his current role, Osborn is responsible for all aspects of cyber security across the nuclear security enterprise. He and his team have been very successful in maintaining NNSA’s networks, which allow essential national security programs to be executed. Osborn also serves as NNSA Transformation Executive and leads the agency’s move to OneNNSA – a fully integrated enterprise, organized to succeed, that performs work seamlessly and speaks with one voice.
Federal Computer Week magazine will hold a black-tie gala on March 28 in Washington, D.C., to recognize the accomplishments of the award winners.