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FCW : March 30, 2015
March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 23 TERESA BOZZELLI DAVID A. BRAY COURTNEY BROMLEY LAUREN BUSCHOR Laura Boehm Senior Cybersecurity Architect/Engineer Defense Department IT architect. Boehm could simply be known as “the architect.” Her job is to ensure that DOD’s IT infrastructure can withstand a cyberattack. As a consultant to Cyber Command, she helps create plans for defending those networks, and some of her most important work has been on the Joint Regional Security Stacks, a set of IT tools designed to give DOD administrators better visibility into network traffic. JRSS will not mean fewer cyberthreats but, ideally, better responses to those threats. And Boehm is a big reason for that. Teresa Bozzelli President Sapient Government Services Cyber defenses and social change. Bozzelli is actively involved in commu- nity outreach for the Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health, which offers a home-like environment for sick children and their families. And she is determined to create a better environment for govern- ment employees. Under her leadership, Sapient acquired a cybersecurity consult- ing firm in February 2014 and soon after- ward built a platform that helps agencies create meaningful experiences for citizens and employees in an ever-changing digital environment. The government benefited, and the acquisition and platform also helped Sapient increase its 2014 revenue by 48 percent. David A. Bray CIO Federal Communications Commission The original change agent. If you don’t know who Bray is, you must not spend much time online. He drove the FCC’s mas- sive consolidation of IT systems, which are down from 207 to 64 and moving quickly to the cloud, and he managed both the technical and public-perception challenges during the FCC’s net neutrality comment period. But he is perhaps best known for his commitment to transforming the culture in government. Bray labored both publicly and privately throughout the year to urge others to become agents of change in their agencies. Courtney Bromley Vice President of Homeland Security and Law Enforcement IBM Overdelivering, from the ground up. The agencies that work with her — which include the Department of Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development — have experienced Bromley’s level of commitment firsthand, and none benefited more than the FBI. In 2014, Bromley led an effort to create a dedicated server manu- facturing line to build the systems the bureau needed to meet one of its critical program and delivery milestones. In doing so, Bromley and IBM were able to help the agency achieve its goals while saving mil- lions of dollars. Lauren Buschor CIO U.S. Mint Treasury Department Making data the coin of the realm. Buschor didn’t have much time to settle into her role as CIO at the U.S . Mint before she inherited some major projects. Shortly after starting in January 2014, she took over a $600 million contract that was due for delivery in October. And after she’d been at the Mint for only nine months, she helped launched a new order management system that replaced a 14-year-old legacy system and allows officials to use data ana- lytics in unprecedented ways. According to Deputy Director Richard Peterson, “Lauren is pioneering a culture of confident, data- driven decisions.” THE2015FEDERAL100 0330fcw_022-047.indd 23 3/9/15 11:26 AM
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