FedScoop 50 Q&A: Levin, Lawrence, Brenchley

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During the FedScoop 50 Awards reception, FedScoop passed out a fun questionnaire to award winners and nominees to get to know them better outside of the office. Below we’ve compiled some of their answers for your enjoyment.

2012_12_peterlevin Peter Levin (left)

Peter Levin

Title: Senior Advisor to the Secretary and Chief Technology Officer

Agency: Department of Veterans Affairs

What was the first award you ever won?

AEA Scholarship to grad school

What’s on your playlist?

Panic! At the Disco and Dave Matthews Band

What is your favorite weekend activity?

Going for very long walks and cooking Saturday dinner.

Are there any movies you’ve watched more than 5 times?

Ali, Ghandi, the Matrix, Bourne Identity

What was the first concert you ever attended?

Bruce Springsteen

What is you favorite show or event to watch?

The American Experience

What’s your favorite DC hangout?

Lincoln Memorial

What is your favorite piece of consumer technology?

My tablet

Susan Lawrence

2012_12_susanlawrence Lt. Gen. Susan Lawrence (left)

Title: CIO

Agency: U.S. Army

What was the first award you ever won?

Good Conduct Medal

What’s on your playlist?

Anything Motown

What is your favorite weekend activity?

Golf

Cameron Brenchley

Title: Director of Digital Engagement

Agency: Department of Education

What was the first award you ever won?

Participation Award Pinewood Derby in Cub Scouts.

What’s on your playlist?

Mumford & Sons

What is your favorite weekend activity?

Get away to Shenandoah National Park

Are there any movies you’ve watched more than 5 times?

Top Gun

What was the first concert you ever attended? 

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill (not many people come to rural Idaho)

What is you favorite show or event to watch?

Mad Men

What’s your favorite DC hangout?

Nats Park

What is your favorite piece of consumer technology?

iPhone

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Cameron Brenchley, FedScoop 50 Awards, Peter Levin, Susan Lawrence
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