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FCW : March 30, 2015
14 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM THE2015FEDERAL100 FEDERAL 100 JUDGES Daniel J. Chenok Executive Director IBM Center for the Business of Government At IBM, Chenok combines his deep knowledge of how government works with his business experience in the private sector. He started his career in government as branch chief for information policy and technology at the Office of Management and Budget and moved to the private sector in 2003. Mar y Davie Assistant Commissioner of Integrated Technology Services General Services Administration A career public servant and acquisition expert, Davie is responsible for the largest fee-for-service IT procurement and services operation in the U.S. government. She is also deeply involved in the broader federal IT community, having served as president of the American Council for Technology and as an ACT-IAC Executive Advisory Council member. Davie has been a Federal 100 winner three times — in 2007, 2011 and 2013. Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell CIO U.S. Army Ferrell rose to the rank of sergeant before being commissioned as an Army Signal Corps officer in 1983. He has been deployed to Bosnia and Iraq and has commanded at every level from platoon to major subordinate command. Among many other decorations, Ferrell has earned the Defense Superior Service Medal and the Bronze Star. He took over as the Army CIO in December 2013. Terr y Halvorsen CIO Defense Department Halvorsen began his career as an Army second lieutenant. He shifted to civilian service in 1985 and held a wide range of executive positions at the Navy, including deputy commander for the Naval Network Warfare Command. His first Senior Executive Service position was executive director of the Naval Personnel Development Command, and training and workforce development have been particular points of emphasis throughout his career. He was appointed acting CIO at DOD last May after four years as Navy CIO, and assumed the permanent DOD position on March 8. Joseph Klimavicz Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Information Resources Management and CIO Justice Department Klimavicz, who assumed the Justice Department CIO role in 2014, has served in the federal government for nearly three decades. He began his federal career as an imagery scientist at the CIA and has held key IT leadership posts at the Defense Department and the National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency. He won a 2011 Federal 100 award for his work as CIO at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Stephen Rice Assistant Administrator for the Office of IT and CIO Transportation Security Administration Department of Homeland Security Rice has been at TSA since 2002 and served as deputy CIO for more than four years before taking his current post in 2013. He also spent more than a decade at the Secret Service in both technical and intelligence roles and served at the Commerce Department. He won a Federal 100 award in 2012. Lisa A. Schlosser Deputy Associate Administrator Office of E-Government and IT Office of Management and Budget In a role that is often described as the deputy U.S. CIO, Schlosser manages the office and the agenda for the U.S. CIO. She brings decades of experience at agencies as diverse as the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation Department. In addition, she serves as a military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and was deployed to the Middle East for a year during the Iraq War. She won a Federal 100 award in 2008. FCW receives hundreds of nominations for the Federal 100, and an independent panel of judges reviews every one to identify the most worthy winners each year. The experts, many of them past winners themselves, are the Federal 100’s “secret sauce,” and FCW is grateful for their time and expertise. This year’s panel is profiled below. 0330fcw_014-015.indd 14 3/9/15 2:28 PM
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