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FCW : March 30, 2015
30 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM THE2015FEDERAL100 Amanda G. Fredriksen Assistant Commissioner of Strategy Management Federal Acquisition Service General Services Administration Making modernization work. Fredrik- sen is the key to GSA’s modernization of the federal acquisition process. As program manager for the Integrated Award Environment’s System for Award Manage- ment, she supercharged GSA’s move to the Common Acquisition Platform, whose goal is to make GSA the government’s destination for acquisition support and services. Fredriksen quickly assembled a team of experts in technical, acquisition, help desk, and agency and vendor support to implement short-term fixes for what her managers believed was a flagging system and deploy a long-term strategy. Jim Ghiloni OASIS Program Executive Director and Acting Director of Acquisition Operations General Services Administration Setting a new contracting standard. Ghiloni led a team that designed a ground- breaking federal services contract and blazed a trail for an interactive acquisition strategy that offers unparalleled transpar- ency. GSA’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services multiple-award con- tract set a new standard for how the fed- eral government builds complex contracts. Ghiloni’s process embraces industry input and provides timely information for exist- ing contractors and new small-business entrants. He also harnessed GSA’s Interact platform to share information on require- ments, pricing and evaluation criteria. Greg Godbout Executive Director 18F General Services Administration The techie shepherd. A year ago, Godbout and a handful of other former Presidential Innovation Fellows brought a brainchild to life. 18F started as a team of 12 techies at GSA’s Washington headquar- ters and has grown into a nearly 100- person operation spread across the coun- try, with plans to open a San Francisco of- fice in the works. Along the way, Godbout recruited and hired dozens of software developers, product managers and design- ers with the goal of bringing a more agile approach to government and improving everyday processes. John Goodman Chief Operating Officer Accenture Federal Services Acquisition visionary. Goodman has a deep well of experience in federal IT acqui- sition, and he brought his background as a former deputy undersecretary of Defense to bear on his leadership of the Profes- sional Services Council’s effort to gather its member companies’ thoughts on improv- ing federal IT acquisition. The Acquisition and Technology Policy Agenda, released in July, is designed to serve as a guide to the organization’s advocacy efforts and spur innovative thinking on government acquisi- tion. It also augured the continuing expan- sion of PSC, including the recent addition of the TechAmerica Foundation. Matt Grote Senior Professional Staff Member Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee U.S. Senate A fighter for FISMA. Congress has been looking for a way to modernize the Federal Information Security Management Act for more than six years. In the last Congress, Grote was instrumental in crafting a com- promise plan that moved federal network protection from paper-based compliance to continuous monitoring and clarified au- thorities among key agencies. He and his colleagues drafted legislation that brought together stakeholders in the federal gov- ernment and members of both parties and unanimously passed the full Senate at the end of the legislative session. AMANDA G. FREDRIKSEN JIM GHILONI JOHN GOODMAN MATT GROTE 0330fcw_022-047.indd 30 3/9/15 2:58 PM
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