2019 Pinnacle Awards: FAA Twosome Wins Government TEAM Project of the Year

Joshua Gustin is one part of the Federal Aviation Administration group that received WashingtonExec’s Pinnacle Award Government TEAM Project of the Year from SAIC’s Sanjay Sardar on Oct. 31. 

Joshua Gustin and Felisa White make up the duo that received WashingtonExec’s Pinnacle Award Government TEAM Project of the Year.

Gustin is the manager of Communication, Information & Network Programs at the Federal Aviation Administration and White is the SWIM on-ramping lead at the same agency.

In its second year, the annual Pinnacle Awards luncheon was held Oct. 31 at the Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner. The luncheon drew over 525 GovCon leaders and professionals, and showcased exemplary GovCon leadership in industry and government.

Felisa White, SWIM on-ramping lead, FAA, opens the SWIFT Forum on May 10, 2018. Image: FAA

Felisa White, SWIM on-ramping lead, FAA, opens the SWIFT Forum on May 10, 2018. Image: FAA

Gustin and Felisa White are members of a government team project — SWIFT (SWIM Industry-FAA Team) — to create an open forum that includes various skillsets from operations, IT, research analysts, business managers and others to promote open dialogue geared toward identifying problems and the “right data” to address the issue while allowing industry and government to work together, transparently.

Gustin serves as manager of communications, information and network programs, and White is manager of program management and integration.

Gustin has been with FAA for 17 years and has held a variety of roles, working his way up from program manager, traffic flow management to his current position which he has held since April 2017. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Lowell in management information systems, mathematics, computers.

See the full list of Pinnacle Award winners here.

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