Management & Labor

The Country's Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers

These people are some of the hardest-working and most innovative individuals in the field of government technology.
February 26, 2014

By News Staff

Since 2002, Gov Tech has devoted the March issue to public-sector change agents — individuals and teams using technology to make government more effective, more efficient and friendlier to the citizens it serves. This year’s list is a diverse group of technology professionals, agency leaders, elected officials and others who are some of the hardest-working and most innovative individuals in the field.

Read their profiles:

Autonomous Vehicle Pioneers

Boston Social

Mark Bengel, CIO of Tennessee

Kimberly Bryant, Founder of Black Girls Code

Covered California

Michael Coleman, Mayor of Columbus, Ohio

Adel Ebeid, CIO of Philadelphia

Adam Edelen, State auditor, Kentucky

Tony Encinias, CIO of Pennsylvania

Adrian Farley, CIO of the California Department of Justice

Google Fiber Team

Steve Henderson, CIO of Lincoln and Lancaster County, Neb.

Bruce High, CIO, Harris County, Texas

Kynect Kentucky

Edwin Lee, Mayor of San Francisco

Jian Liu, CIO, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Jason Murphey, Oklahoma state representative

Michael Nutter, Mayor of Philadelphia

Laura McCain Patterson, CIO and associate vice president of the University of Michigan

Jeff Phillips, Emergency management coordinator, Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, N.M.

Jim Sampson, Internship coordinator, Washington State Department of Enterprise Services

Jim Sills, CIO of Delaware

Robert Townsend, Executive director of the New York City Financial Information Services Agency

Virginia ID Platform

Nelson Wolff, Judge, Bexar County, Texas

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