Honored for substantial contribution to federal government IT
Washington, DC, July 20, 2009: Rich Renomeron, a Senior Engineer with Turner Consulting Group (TCG) has been selected by 1105 Government Information Group for a 2009 Rising Star award. The program recognizes top public and private sector employees who have made an early — and substantive — mark in the government information technology community. Mr. Renomeron was one of 27 individuals from over 160 nominees selected for this prestigious honor. Mr. Renomeron’s accomplishments and complete Rising Star profile can be viewed at http://fcw.com/articles/2009/08/10/rising-star-renomeron.aspx.
Mr. Renomeron is a senior engineer in the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) Budget Systems Branch (BSB), where he leads a team of IT professionals from a variety of companies to implement services and systems that support government‐wide activities for the Budget Formulation and Execution Line of Business (BFELoB). Rich has supported many innovations at OMB and has pushed and helped BSB to adopt open source technologies and standards, which are now the foundation of the BFELoB and BSB’s philosophy and approach. Based on Rich’s work, OMB has embraced the use of the web. Most notably, Rich led implementation and enhancement of the MAX Federal Community, a wiki‐based collaboration site that now serves over 14,000 users across the government.
“Rich is devoted to technical excellence, and he is a great example of how TCG helps clients by thoroughly comprehending and tailoring solutions to specific business needs,” said Dan Turner, President of TCG. “His ability to manage a complex and high‐performing team, with all of the technical and personal skills that requires, is a testament to his importance in BSB, and we are thrilled that he has been recognized for his accomplishments with a Rising Star award.”
TCG is an award‐winning, CMMI Level 2 small business that specializes in tailored information technology solutions and advisory services. The company has a wealth of experience assisting Federal agencies, businesses, and organizations in migrating their existing fragmented information technology infrastructures and inconsistent processes to integrated environments built on reusable functionality, consistent business processes, and interoperable infrastructures.
TCG aims to save the government $1 billion by 2016, and has already recorded more than $165 million towards that target. TCG will achieve this goal by helping the government do its important business more efficiently through the application of management advisory services, information technology, and improved practices based on structured industry best practices.
About the Rising Star Awards and the 1105 Government Information Group
The Rising Star awards are sponsored by the 1105 Government Information Group—the publisher of Federal Computer Week, Government Computer News, Washington Technology, and Defense Systems. Now in its fourth 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. The award announcement can be viewed at: http://fcw.com/articles/2009/07/15/rising-star-award-winners-2009.aspx?s=fcwdaily_160709.
David G. Cassidy