Allan HolmesSenior Reporter The Center for Public Integrity
Allan Holmes joined the Center in 2013 to cover broadband and Internet governance. He previously worked for three years at Bloomberg News, where he led a team of technology reporters and analysts writing about telecommunications, cybersecurity and privacy policies. In 2008, Holmes launched the technology website Nextgov at Atlantic Media, and covered federal and state technology policy for CIO Magazine. He has covered technology regulations and government for 20 years, and he is a three-time national winner of the American Society of Business Publication Editors' best government coverage and website award. He also was a two-time Neal Awards finalist, including an honor for a report on Maine's botched Medicaid payment system that threatened the state's health program for the poor. Holmes was a finalist for the Preventive Journalism Award, established by Washington Monthly founder Charles Peters, for an article on the U.S. Census Bureau's failed handheld computer program, which threatened to delay the 2010 decennial census. Holmes received a journalism degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master's in Public Policy from Duke University.