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FCW : March 30, 2015
THOMAS McCARTY LUKE McCORMACK HARLIN R. McEWEN KARTIK K. MECHERI 38 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM Thomas McCarty Director Identity, Credential and Access Management Program Management Office Department of Homeland Security A singular effort. McCarty’s dynamic leadership of the ICAM office has acceler- ated ID management at DHS, with single- sign-on capabilities and strong personal identity verification efforts leading the way. He and his team enabled single sign-on for more than 195,000 users for mission- critical and commonly used business applications, and aggressively moved DHS components to meet PIV card use require- ments. McCarty is also known for being generous with his expertise and sharing lessons learned and success stories within DHS and with the wider cybersecurity com- munity across government. Luke McCormack CIO Department of Homeland Security CIO dynamo. McCormack gets kudos for the way he’s overseen IT operations at one of the most complex and IT-centric agen- cies in the federal government, but he also takes a wider view of federal IT. As vice chairman of the CIO Council, he’s shown a keen understanding of the group’s mission and consistently reached out to industry leaders for advice. Along the way, he has become a critical federal CIO voice in reform initiatives such as Acquisition of the Future, which seeks to bring together gov- ernment and industry leaders to transform federal acquisition practices. Harlin R. McEwen Chairman Communications and Technology Committee International Association of Chiefs of Police A force for first responders. McEwen has a talent for bringing together both communities and complex technologies. Through IACP, he worked to integrate vari- ous identity, credential and access man- agement frameworks in the public safety community — an effort that Kshemendra Paul, program manager for the Informa- tion Sharing Environment, termed “hugely successful.” And as chairman of FirstNet’s Public Safety Advisory Committee, McEwen aligned work on the nationwide first responders’ emergency communica- tions radio network, which includes the next-generation 911 system and the De- partment of Homeland Security’s efforts to enhance emergency communications. Kartik K. Mecheri Co-Founder and Chief Architect Karsun Solutions Freeing the cloud. Mecheri has spurred agile development at the General Services Administration with an eye to boosting efficiency. He has been instrumental in helping GSA move away from traditional waterfall development to agile and other methods that stress communication, col- laboration and use of the cloud. His influ- ence has extended to GSA’s agile delivery team and innovation lab 18F. Essentially, Mecheri and his team created a robust repository of proven, free code for federal agencies to reuse. Jeff Mohan Executive Director of GSA Programs AT&T Government Solutions Smooth transitions. Mohan helped agencies tackle one of their biggest chal- lenges: transitioning from the General Services Administration’s existing Net- worx telecommunications contract to the upcoming Network Services 2020. He co-chaired an ACT-IAC working group that identified and prioritized major challenges and opportunities related to the transition. The result was a report — “NS2020 Transi- tion Excellence: 12 Suggestions to Improve Velocity, Efficiency and Transparency” — that helps agencies begin the planning process early and supports a three-year transition, cutting previous transition time frames by 50 percent. THE2015FEDERAL100 JEFF MOHAN 0330fcw_022-047.indd 38 3/9/15 11:27 AM
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