Up & Comers makes a comeback

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FedScoop’s popular podcast series, “Up-and-Coming,” is back. Starting July 15, FedScoop will be interviewing and profiling the millennials who are setting the stage for what the next decade of federal IT will look like.  The profiles will run twice monthly through December.

But we can’t do it alone – FedScoop needs your help to figure out where to start. Do you know somebody who should be profiled as part of our “Up-and-Coming” series? Let us know! Go to this link, and fill out the form.

Here’s what some of the rising stars in federal IT have told us in the past.

“Someone I respect in the civil service once told me, ‘Humans are the only species on earth that have the capability to use what we know to impact the future. Thus, we have a profound responsibility to make better decisions today for future generations,’” Jenn Gustetic, the prizes and challenges program executive for NASA, said during her “Up-and-coming” profile.

“Above all, I feel fortunate to have the chance to tackle issues that impact people in meaningful ways,” said Sophie Raseman, the Treasury Department’s director of smart disclosure, in her profile. “It is inspiring to work on how government can innovate to serve the public better.”

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