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FCW : March 30, 2015
March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 39 JOHN MONTEL FREDERICK D. MOOREFIELD JR. REAR ADM. NANCY NORTON LT. COL. MICHAEL G. OLMSTEAD John Montel Acting Associate Deputy CIO Interior Department Rethinking records. As agencies strug- gle to keep up with ambitious goals estab- lished by the White House and the National Archives and Records Administration to put records management on an elec- tronic footing, they could look to Montel as a model. His efforts have trimmed 200 records schedules at 14 sprawling Interior bureaus into a single, enterprisewide ap- proach. Under Montel’s guidance, “DOI has demonstrated what good looks like when it comes to records management,” said CIO Sylvia Burns. Frederick D. Moorefield Jr. Director of Spectrum Policy and Programs Defense Department Digital dignitary. Moorefield has devel- oped a comprehensive broadband policy for DOD that incorporates interagency and international input. And he has balanced deploying of commercial broadband with minimizing its impact on DOD operations. “There’s no new spectrum [that’s] going to be developed,” Moorefield said. “We have what we have, so we have to find a better way to use it.” He has also taken it upon himself to address misperceptions, whether on Capitol Hill or in industry, that DOD is hoarding spectrum. Rear Adm. Nancy Norton Director for Command, Control, Communications and Cyber U.S. Pacific Command U.S. Navy IT in the Pacific. When Norton assumed her current post at Pacific Command, she said her boss, Adm. Samuel Lock- lear, “made it very clear that part of his expectation for me was to operationalize cyber.” And that’s just what she has done, in part through a Joint Capability Technol- ogy Demonstration that is becoming the foundation for how combatant commands participate in Defense Department-wide IT initiatives. Cyberspace is a key component of everything the Pacific Command does, and Norton is making sure it operates securely and effectively. Lt. Col. Michael G. Olmstead Product Manager Joint Battle Command-Platform U.S. Army Delivering tech superiority. Olmstead’s efforts in the past year united govern- ment and industry in the development of joint service information platforms and warfighting applications that aid service- men and women in the field. Moreover, his leadership established the Joint Battle Command-Platform as the core of the Army’s Mounted Computing Environment, and his team pioneered use of the Android environment to seamlessly develop and integrate strategic applications. He has laid the groundwork to significantly reduce de- velopment and test timelines in the Army’s acquisition process. Andy Ozment Assistant Secretary of Cybersecurity and Communications Department of Homeland Security Advancing cybersecurity and privacy. Ozment spent 2014 assembling a team to implement crucial cybersecurity programs, including the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program, which provides agen- cies with the tools they need to identify, prioritize and mitigate cybersecurity risks. And when agencies scrambled to address the Heartbleed and Bash bugs, he was at center stage. Ozment also oversaw govern- mentwide implementation of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Cybersecurity Framework for reducing risks to critical infrastructure and advanced a number of key programs by reaching out to privacy advocates for input. THE2015FEDERAL100 ANDY OZMENT 0330fcw_022-047.indd 39 3/9/15 3:06 PM
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