Nancy Smith Ignites Success: Oddball’s VP Wins Prestigious IGNITE 2024 Award

Oddball is proud to announce that Nancy Smith, Vice President of Operations of Veterans Affairs, has been selected as a winner of GOVTECH CONNECTS’ IGNITE 2024 Award!

The IGNITE 2024 Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, innovation, and impact in their field. As the recipient of this esteemed award, Nancy has exemplified unparalleled dedication and visionary leadership, setting a standard of excellence for leaders in the industry. 

With an aptitude for requirements gathering and adeptly steering large technical teams, Nancy excels in orchestrating successful project outcomes. As a respected leader, she is recognized for her creative problem-solving skills and her role in enhancing quality assurance processes, thereby boosting productivity and reducing time and costs. Nancy’s result-oriented approach and unique blend of leadership and technical skills make her a valuable asset in motivating teams and providing technical direction across project lifecycles.

The IGNITE 2024 Award ceremony will take place on Thursday, April 18, 2024, at AMP by Strathmore, Grand Park Avenue, North Bethesda, MD, USA, where Nancy and her peers will be formally recognized for their exceptional accomplishments. Join us as we recognize the positive impact this year’s awardees have in our community. 


Oddball is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) dedicated to digital modernization of federal services. As a unique digital agency, Oddball supports federal clients, from design to deployment, using scalable software solutions that are purpose-built for the citizens they serve and the workforces they enable. Experienced teams of full-stack developers, human-centered designers, product managers, and project managers offer a proven record of delivery excellence in enterprise DevOps​, cloud migration, user experience, continuous integration, continuous delivery and continuous deployment. Visit us at ​​ to learn more.

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