Michael "Mikey" Dickerson was the first administrator of the United States Digital Service.[1][2] He left Google in 2013 to join the healthcare.gov rescue team.[3][4] He has been named one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business[5] and FedScoop 50's Disruptor of the Year.[6] Mikey received his honorary doctorate from Ponoma College in 2015.[7]

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