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March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 41 ROBERT A. REICHELMANN JR. THOMAS ROMEO DAVID F. RUBIN TREVOR H. RUDOLPH TIMOTHY RUND Robert A. Reichelmann Jr. Chief of the Technical Management Division Project Manager Mission Command Department of the Army The PM ringleader. Reichelmann led a team of 30 engineers who provided techni- cal oversight for the Army’s Project Manag- er Mission Command and its fielding of the Command Post Computing Environment, an Army project to simplify the hardware and software used at command posts. Implementing the first version of the envi- ronment required close collaboration with those running the Army’s vast intelligence system, and Reichelmann got it done. Of- ficials say the impact of his work on Army IT systems will reverberate for years. Thomas Romeo President MAXIMUS Federal Health care hero. Under Romeo’s leader- ship, MAXIMUS helped state governments meet the requirements of the 2010 health care law by winning six of the initial 15 state health insurance exchange contracts. And while the HealthCare.gov debacle dominated headlines, Romeo led his com- pany to implement contingency plans that allowed the application and enrollment process to continue despite problems with the main site. Because he understands that the key to such success is having a stellar workforce, he makes sure the company attracts top talent, in part by spending almost $2 million a year on professional development. David F. Rubin Chief of the Collaboration, Compli- ance and Authentication Engineering Unit and Head of Mobility FBI Making G-men mobile. At an agency that is known for being cautious about new technology, Rubin created a culture of mobility and built a program management office to deliver mobile content to agents, analysts and staff. Under his direction, the FBI has deployed smartphones and a wealth of classified and unclassified applications that enhance mission-critical communications. By driving mobility to the forefront of FBI operations, he has created a new culture of information anytime, anywhere. Trevor H. Rudolph Chief of the Cyber and National Security Unit Office of E-Government and IT Office of Management and Budget New sheriff in town. Rudolph’s ascen- sion to leadership in the federal cyberse- curity arena has been swift. As the chief of OMB’s new Cyber and National Security Unit, he has established governmentwide incident response protocols in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Council. He has also launched enhanced CyberStat review capabilities and the first comprehensive, executive-level cybersecurity assessment framework for the federal government. Timothy Rund Shared Services Enterprise Strategy Consultant Microsoft Striving for shared services. First at Computer Sciences Corp. and now at Microsoft, Rund has been a passionate advocate for using shared services to help agencies save money and work more ef- ficiently. Perhaps his biggest contribution, however, is the part he played in founding the Partnership for Public Service’s Shared Services Roundtable, which brings to- gether industry leaders and federal shared service providers to develop recommen- dations that will facilitate the adoption of shared services across the government. THE2015FEDERAL100 0330fcw_022-047.indd 41 3/9/15 11:27 AM
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