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FCW : March 30, 2015
CAPT. MICHAEL N. ABREU ROBERT L. ANDERSON III ROBERT BARNES 22 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM Capt. Michael N. Abreu Program Manager Naval Enterprise Networks Program Office U.S. Navy The navigator. Abreu has overseen the daunting task of migrating the Navy to the next phase of its massive intranet, and he did it ahead of schedule. The Las Vegas na- tive successfully minimized the disruption one might expect from moving 300,000 computer stations to the Next Generation Enterprise Network. The transition prom- ises to save the Navy $20 million a month, and its impact will be felt at all levels. Among other improvements, fleet CIOs will have an easier time ordering IT products and services. Robert L. Anderson III Chief Vision and Strategy Division HQMC C4 Department of the Navy A vision for data security. Many of the Marine Corps’ major IT strategy docu- ments have been penned by Anderson. His gift for strategizing is now focused on what’s next for mobile security in the mili- tary. “As the devices are becoming more and more security-conscious...now let’s talk about the security of the data,” said Anderson, who has tested commercial mo- bile devices for security flaws on simulated Marine Corps networks. For him, the key to data security lies in using platforms to map “how you manage the security of the data from an enterprise perspective.” Ken Asbury President and CEO CACI International Service through security. Security is Asbury’s top priority no matter what organization he serves. A former translator and interpreter for the U.S. Army Security Agency (now the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command), he became president and CEO of CACI International in 2013, just in time to lead the company’s largest acquisition to date — an $820 mil- lion deal for Six3 Systems that allows CACI to deliver intelligence solutions to the na- tional security community. Asbury is also a thought leader on security and co-authored a paper for the company’s Asymmetric Threat Symposium last year. Carrie Banahan Executive Director Office of the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange Connecting Kynect. Kentucky success- fully launched an online health benefit exchange to support coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Dubbed Kynect, the state’s website worked as advertised, unlike the buggy HealthCare.gov, and much of the credit goes to Banahan, a civil servant with more than three decades of experience in health policy and insur- ance regulation. As the chief health policy adviser to Kentucky’s governor, Banahan spearheaded Kynect’s rollout with a focus on core functionality and added a mobile app in 2014 to help Kentuckians get enroll- ment assistance on their smartphones. Robert Barnes Public Sector Practice Director Coalfire Systems Cloud campaigner. Barnes is a dedicated proponent of helping agencies comply with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. He provides free training in cloud technology and was instrumental in Coalfire’s development of a platform called FedRAMPcentral, which helps agencies learn about and adopt secure cloud computing solutions. Three months after the platform was deployed, it was supporting more than 30 agencies and 100 commercial providers. His training ef- forts and work on FedRAMPcentral helped save the government $10 million to $20 million in 2014. THE2015FEDERAL100 KEN ASBURY CARRIE BANAHAN 0330fcw_022-047.indd 22 3/9/15 2:18 PM
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