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Kay Kapoor President AT&T Government Solutions Transforming a telco. Kapoor took over AT&T Government Solutions in 2013 and has led the transformation of a telecom- first company into an information solutions leader in the federal space. That emphasis — and the growing cadre of former gov- ernment executives she has recruited who know the politics as well as the technology — produced wins for several key agency programs in 2014, including cloud-based secure 911 for the Defense Department and enterprise mobile for a key executive office. Kapoor also puts serious time into mentoring and area charities, including serving as chairwoman of the American Heart Association’s fundraising ball. Chris Kearns Program Director of Global Information Grid Services Management-Operations Information Systems and Global Solutions Lockheed Martin Network security specialist. As the leader of a team that maintains the De- fense Information Systems Network, Kearns is responsible for one of the government’s most critical cyber systems. In 2014, he and his team merged DISN’s global operations centers and imple- mented an advanced configuration system that improved the network’s efficacy and reduced annual spending by $5 million. Moreover, his efforts facilitated develop- ment of the first Joint Regional Security Stack in support of the Defense Depart- ment’s Joint Information Environment. Laura Knight Sea Warrior Program Manager Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems Department of the Navy Acquisition ace. Knight has been a catalyst for change in the Navy’s primary IT acquisition program for nontactical opera- tions. In 2014, she sought to modernize the Sea Warrior Program, which seeks to rapidly identify and implement affordable IT solutions to Navy business and readi- ness problems, by streamlining procure- ment and management. Along the way, she transformed the Navy’s model for business IT acquisition and implementation. Her in- novative approach has been widely adopted and lauded for its efficiency and high return on investment. Jolene Lauria-Sullens Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Controller Justice Department A force for financial integration. As the top financial manager at the Justice De- partment, Lauria-Sullens played a leading role in implementing a single, integrated financial system across the department’s components. The new Unified Financial Management System takes over account- ing and other functions for the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Administration and other big-name Justice agencies. The off- the-shelf solution covers 28 business pro- cesses, eliminates redundancies, promotes visibility into departmentwide spending and provides real-time data to users. That’s no small project — and Lauria-Sullens was able to do it while maintaining a clean financial audit throughout the transition. Karen F. Lee Chief Office of Federal Financial Management Office of Management and Budget Making the Data Act work. Support- ers in Congress and the open-government community trumpeted the Digital Account- ability and Transparency Act as heralding a new era in financial transparency. The law’s architects left it to executives inside the government to make it work, however, and declined to provide a dedicated funding source. Lee is leading the effort to create — and have agencies adopt — consistent definitions, formats and taxonomies to facilitate the publishing of financial data in an open, extensible format, and do so according to the aggressive schedule pre- scribed in the statute. 34 March 15, 2013 FCW.COM KAY KAPOOR CHRIS KEARNS LAURA KNIGHT JOLENE LAURIA- SULLENS KAREN F. LEE THE2015FEDERAL100 34 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 0330fcw_022-047.indd 34 3/9/15 11:27 AM
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