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Col. Robert Lyman Director of Communications and CIO Air Mobility Command U.S. Air Force In-flight communication. Lyman worked with the Defense Information Sys- tems Agency to field a portal for in-flight Internet access on military aircraft, saving the Pentagon an estimated $40 million an- nually. He also accelerated the Air Mobility Command’s use of “electronic flight bag” devices to cut printing costs and make it much easier for pilots to access the information they need. Lyman is fast on the ground and in the air: He was able to get funding to provide wideband satellite communications for three aircraft in just six months. Colleen Makridis Deputy Division Chief Communication Service Engineering National Reconnaissance Office Cloud community organizer. Makridis finalized the intelligence community’s first unclassified cloud services contract vehicle and created NRO’s “dev in a day” model for cloud procurement. In estab- lishing a $100 million, five-year blanket purchase agreement, she united indus- try and intelligence agencies, expedited software acquisition via the Amazon Web Services Marketplace and paved the way for unprecedented research, development and information sharing. The cloud vehicle and efficient processes she developed have been adopted by five intelligence agencies and influenced the CIA’s commercial cloud contract. Colleen Manaher Executive Director of Planning, Program Analysis and Evaluation Office of Field Operations U.S. Customs and Border Protection Department of Homeland Security More intelligent border security. Manaher understands the critical line CBP walks with U.S. border security: Officials must find new technologies to combat terrorism and smuggling without impeding crucial trade and tourism traffic. Fortunate- ly, she has a talent for integrating tech- nologies such as RFID and biometrics with intelligence systems. She also successfully manages mission-critical programs such as the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative with the State Department, CBP’s Land Bor- der Initiative and a biometric/biographic entry/exit program. William “Bill” Marion II Chief Technical Officer Air Force Space Command Department of the Air Force The unifier. Marion is reshaping the way airmen and women communicate. Under his guidance, unified communications have taken flight in the Air Force, and he played a crucial role in deploying a mobil- ity solution that allows users to encrypt and decrypt sensitive email messages and access 100,000 native applications. Next on his to-do list is expanding access to data via a private cloud. Marion also has social-media savvy: He has kept the federal IT community informed of the latest trends with more than 11,000 tweets. J. Eric Markland Director of Ashore Modernization and Integration Navy Information Dominance Forces Department of the Navy The JIE realist. Markland is one of the people taking the Joint Information Environment, a Defense Department-wide initiative to standardize IT security, from abstraction to reality. He made sure secu- rity needs were considered in the process of moving the Navy’s intranet to the Next Generation Enterprise Network, one of the steps on the road to JIE, and led the team that created a framework for managing NGEN service operations. His success might have something to do with what one colleague describes as an “infectious enthusiasm.” March 15, 2013 FCW.COM 35 COL. ROBERT LYMAN COLLEEN MAKRIDIS COLLEEN MANAHER WILLIAM “BILL” MARION II J. ERIC MARKLAND THE2015FEDERAL100 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 35 0330fcw_022-047.indd 35 3/9/15 11:27 AM
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