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LAURA E. EGERDAL MARK C. ELBERT KAY THAYER ELY ROBERT FORTNER HELEN GOFF FOSTER Laura E. Egerdal Director of Digital Strategy Office of Public Affairs Securities and Exchange Commission The MIDAS touch. Egerdal helped lead the redesign of the SEC.gov website while also moving it to the cloud. And she led the design and development of the SEC’s Market Information Data Analytics System, which combines advanced technologies with empirical data to promote better understanding of markets. In just two months, often working nights and week- ends, Egerdal delivered the new visualiza- tion tool and saved the agency thousands of dollars. Mark C. Elbert Director of the Office of Web Management Energy Information Administration Energy Department Electric management style. Elbert’s keen management of DOE’s main report- generating website, EIA.gov, is speeding the creation of market reports and allowing greater access to the department’s im- mense datasets. Along the way, he fostered in-house development of Web applications and championed the creation of innova- tive online tools such as the U.S . Energy Mapping System, which played a key role in a recent agreement by the U.S ., Mexico and Canada to create energy infrastructure maps covering all of North America. Kay Thayer Ely Director of IT Schedule 70 General Services Administration Schedule management at scale. Being tapped in 2011 to refurbish one of the fed- eral government’s most popular, revered and sprawling acquisition vehicles hasn’t intimidated Ely. She broadened the big picture at Schedule 70 by raising customer loyalty scores from 7.2 to 8.0, increasing state and local sales by 38 percent, improv- ing efficiencies and strengthening key relationships. She hasn’t missed the details either: Ely implemented an initiative to re- negotiate base prices for many of the larg- est contracts and nailed down discounts of 3 percent to 46 percent off original prices. Robert Fortner Director Technology Solutions Division Transportation Security Administration Department of Homeland Security Air traffic control for IT. Fortner has mastered the bewildering world of data that ensures safe air travel. In his role as head of TSA’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Fortner and his team of more than 400 employees and contractors run the Secure Flight and PreCheck programs that are central to the agency’s multilay- ered security. He also oversees systems that analyze data to assess the risks individuals might pose and is responsible for speeding the processing of trusted populations, such as Defense Department personnel, through airport checkpoints. Helen Goff Foster Deputy Assistant Secretary for Privacy, Transparency and Records Treasury Department Transparency czar. Foster ’s influence on government transparency extends beyond the Treasury Department. Her leadership was critical in developing the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyber- space and the president’s legislative cy- bersecurity proposals, and her 2014 efforts arguably prompted the first reference to information privacy in a State of the Union address since 1981. At her home agency, she has overhauled information compli- ance programs and reduced pending Freedom of Information Act requests by 40 percent. She also initiated a digitization program that reduced storage costs for paper records by more than 15 percent. THE2015FEDERAL100 28 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 0330fcw_022-047.indd 28 3/9/15 2:20 PM
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