TCG Staff Receive Recognition for Fourth Year in a Row
Washington, DC, August 7, 2012: TCG Chief Operating Officer Lisa Alferieff has been selected by Federal Computer Week as a 2012 Rising Star. The Rising Star award program recognizes top public and private sector employees who have made an early—and substantive—mark in the government information technology community. This is the fourth year in a row that a TCG employee has been honored as a Rising Star. Ms. Alferieff joins previous TCG Rising Star winners Brian Ibbison in 2011, Nina Preuss in 2010, and Rich Renomeron in 2009. This year, Ms. Alferieff was one of 12 individuals from over 75 nominees selected for this prestigious honor. The award announcement is posted on the Federal Computer Week website.
A PMP-certified project manager, Ms. Alferieff oversees TCG operations, particularly engagements at the Executive Office of the President and Treasury, and provides program-management oversight to most TCG projects. Her role encompasses customer relationship management, resource orchestration, budget control, and strategic organizational development. Ms. Alferieff takes a holistic view of TCG’s performance, integrating technical, administrative, analytical, and other resources to create teams that solve significant challenges in government, operating at the speed of a startup while retaining accurate and appropriate accountability to taxpayers.
“Lisa has an incredible ability to provide structure and predictability to very chaotic, mission-driven environments and to deftly involve clients, her teams, and users to attain common goals,” said TCG President Dan Turner. “Her talents as a leader and as a strategic thinker demonstrate why she truly is a rising star.”
TCG (http://www.tcg.com) is an award-winning small business that specializes in tailored information technology solutions and consulting services with a particular focus on grants management, collaboration platforms, and budget formulation and execution. TCG transforms information technology infrastructures and inconsistent processes to integrated environments built on reusable functionality, consistent business processes, and interoperable infrastructures. The multiple awards that TCG and its clients have received demonstrate the benefits of using best practices such as CMMI, ITIL, and PMBOK to meet complex technology and management needs.
TCG’s company goal is to save the US taxpayer $1 billion by 2016. So far the company has saved the government in excess of $265 million by automating once-costly processes, using time-saving and money-saving processes in developing code, helping the government restructure its business processes, and paying careful attention to the company’s own expenses on contracts.
About the Rising Star Awards and the 1105 Government Information Group
The Rising Star awards are sponsored by the 1105 Government Information Group (http://www.1105govinfo.com)—the publisher of Federal Computer Week, Government Computer News, Washington Technology, and Defense Systems. Now in its sixth year, the awards program honors up-and-coming employees in the public and private sectors who have made an early—and substantive—mark in the government information technology community. Supervisors or co-workers nominate individuals for the awards, and a distinguished panel of judges chooses the winners.
David G. Cassidy