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FCW : March 30, 2015
SHEILA CAMPBELL LT. GEN. ED CARDON CHRIS CHILBERT ERIC BYUNGKEE CHO BETH F. COBERT 24 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM Sheila Campbell Director of Digital Integration Peace Corps Digital do-gooder. Mention “Peace Corps,” and IT innovation is not usually the first thing that springs to mind, but Campbell could change that. She spent a decade with the Peace Corps before shift- ing to the General Services Administration in 2001 and returned in 2014 with the goal of modernizing the agency. And by moving the Peace Corps to the cloud through GSA’s Google Apps for Government platform, she is off to a good start. A pilot effort switched several hundred employees — working everywhere from D.C . to Rwanda — to cloud email in a matter of weeks. Lt. Gen. Ed Cardon Commander U.S. Army Cyber Command U.S. Army Building a cyber corps. The Army is in the midst of an IT overhaul, and Cardon is one of the most important people involved. He has overseen the establishment of a cyber-specific career branch in the Army and the Joint Force Headquarters-Cyber to better support combatant commanders. Less tangible is a mindset of greater cyber awareness that officials say Cardon sends down through the ranks. He will get an even greater opportunity to shine now that the Army’s CIO has called for the establish- ment of 41 cyber protection teams. Chris Chilbert Deputy Executive Director Enterprise Business Management Office Department of Homeland Security IT management sherpa. Chilbert knows his way through the complex IT manage- ment paths at one of the largest federal agencies because he has blazed many of them himself. In addition to providing day-to-day leadership of tech strategy, architecture, governance, policies, and development and oversight of IT initia- tives, he oversees strategy, acquisition and governance of more than $6 billion in IT spending at DHS. His ability to manage complex issues such as enterprise archi- tecture, data analytics and IT integration has made him a model for other federal IT managers. Eric Byungkee Cho Counsel for Acquisition Policy Oversight and Government Reform Committee U.S. House of Representatives A force for FITARA. Cho was a key player behind the scenes on the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, which went through multiple iterations as it moved from a draft proposal to finished legisla- tion in a bitterly divided Congress. He was instrumental in collecting and synthesizing feedback and advancing the bill across par- ty lines and across chambers of Congress. Cho has since left the Hill, but it’s good that he waited. According to one of his legisla- tive colleagues: “If Eric hadn’t been there, FITARA wouldn’t have gotten done.” Beth F. Cobert Deputy Director for Management Office of Management and Budget Manager-in-chief. Cobert took charge of reinvigorating the President’s Management Council and advancing the administration’s management agenda. She also established a data benchmarking effort for widespread agency use. All the while, she juggled workforce issues, cybersecurity breaches and leadership transitions during a year in which OMB launched the U.S. Digital Service, named a new U.S . CIO, brought in a handful of private-sector tech gurus and issued guidance on information security. THE2015FEDERAL100 0330fcw_022-047.indd 24 3/9/15 2:19 PM
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