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CHARLES A. SANTANGELO THOMAS SASALA HIMANSHU S. SINGH, M.D . BRYAN SIVAK 42 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM Charles A. Santangelo Senior IT Policy Adviser Office of the CIO Department of Homeland Security Shared enthusiasm. Santangelo’s man- agers say his relentless efforts to develop viable and intelligent legislative, policy and administrative options are driving shared services adoption — at DHS and across the government. As co-chairman of the CIO Council’s Shared Services Task Force, Santangelo boosted visibility of shared services for commodity IT, support and mission services. He also worked hard to pull industry into the conversations, coordinating a Shared Services Industry Roundtable and serving as a critical engine for ACT-IAC’s September Shared Services forum. Thomas Sasala Chief Technology Officer U.S. Army Information Technology Agency Department of the Army Desktop demolisher. Sasala is the driv- ing force behind the Defense Department’s virtual desktop infrastructure initiative, which is being scaled to more than 20,000 users. He got creative by using commodity servers with integrated storage, a move that allowed him to accommodate the size and complexity of DOD’s desktop environ- ments. His work has helped DOD reduce its use of server space and personnel resources. Sasala’s handiwork included a pilot project involving 200 ITA and Joint Staff employees who successfully accessed virtual desktops via classified and unclassi- fied networks. Ari Schwartz Senior Director for Cybersecurity National Security Council Executive Office of the President The inside advocate. To call Schwartz the public face of White House cybersecu- rity priorities might be pushing it — much of his work is anything but public — but in 2014 he was often the one explaining the administration’s perspective to the public and other government agencies. Schwartz’s long history as a civil liberties and privacy advocate has helped when dealing with would-be critics, while his deep knowledge and (as one Federal 100 judge put it) voice of reason have proven invaluable internally on a wide range of cybersecurity activi- ties. Himanshu S. Singh, M.D. Associate Director and Chief Operating Officer Ann Arbor Health Care System Department of Veterans Affairs Better caregiver communications. Singh led a charge to replace an outdated system that did not effectively manage the time nurses spent giving care at the VA’s Ann Arbor Health Care System. He collabo- rated with staff to design a new approach that relays patient needs and assigns tasks to available personnel via employees’ smartphones and VA telecommunications networks. The notification system saved an estimated $6.6 million and is set to be introduced at six more VA medical centers this year. Bryan Sivak Chief Technology Officer Department of Health and Human Services IT acquisition innovator. In the past year, Sivak has been reshaping acquisi- tion at HHS by eliminating practices that often result in failed IT projects. He helped launch the IDEA Lab, which lets employees test new ideas, and the HHS Buyers Club, which is a product of the lab and seeks to modernize IT acquisition. The Buyers Club joins a growing list of government in- novation hubs, but its success is thanks to Sivak’s dedication to giving officials access to the full slate of existing acquisition tools. THE2015FEDERAL100 0330fcw_022-047.indd 42 3/9/15 11:28 AM
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