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Camille Tuutti

Executive Editor

Camille Tuutti is executive editor at Nextgov, a division of Atlantic Media. She previously served as editorial director at FedScoop, and prior to that, was a staff writer and "People" section editor at Federal Computer Week. Before that, Camille worked as a news editor and reporter, covering government contracting and IT. In her spare time, Camille serves as vice president of communications for Young AFCEA Bethesda. Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Camille has lived in London and New York before touching down in Washington, D.C. She currently lives in NE D.C.

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Meet the 2014 Bold Award Finalists—The Government’s Top Tech Problem Solvers

July 31, 2014 Steve Jobs once said innovation is the thing that distinguishes a leader from a follower. If that’s the case, then all the finalists for the 2014 Bold Awards—from top agency executives to rank-and-file project managers—are true leaders. These 20 individuals and teams, selected by Nextgov’s editorial team from nearly 100...

Nextgov Prime 2014 Agenda Unveiled

July 17, 2014 What does government look like in the future? And how can technology transform the business of government? Nextgov Prime intends to answer those questions, gathering more than 1,000 federal IT influencers tasked with designing the government of 2020. Announced yesterday, the 2014 Nextgov Prime agenda spans across two days between...

Hurry! Nominate Your Rock Star Colleagues for the 2014 Bold Awards

June 17, 2014 Know a rock star or two who have made transformative contributions to government with the help of technology? There is still time to nominate them for Nextgov's 2014 Bold Awards, which honor public-sector change agents, trailblazers and visionaries. In particular, we are looking for risk takers who have found novel...