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Laura J. Stanton Director of Program Management for the Common Acquisition Platform General Services Administration Hallway hero. Working in federal acquisi- tion doesn’t often get you invited to the Oval Office, but that’s just where it took Stanton recently. Early this year, she and a few other select GSA officials went to the White House to discuss her agency’s efforts in the past year to develop the Acquisition Gateway and “hallways” of product infor- mation that will make federal spending more effective and efficient. Stanton leads the charge on initial development of key tools that the acquisition community can use to learn about solutions, best practices and pricing strategies. Richard Struse Chief Advanced Technology Officer National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center Department of Homeland Security The locksmith. Struse holds the IT keys to NCCIC, arguably the government’s most important resource for working with the private sector on cyberthreats. Last year, he developed a technical framework for rapidly exchanging cyberthreat intelligence and led DHS involvement in the develop- ment of two important specifications for sharing information: Structured Threat Information Expression and Trusted Auto- mated Exchange of Indicator Information. In a year of large-scale, costly cyberattacks, Struse was a key behind-the-scenes expert helping with their mitigation. T.A. Summerlin Senior Adviser Federal Communications Commission Rebooting the FCC. Although the FCC has made news for its technology and telecommunications policy, the agency’s IT gear is aging and dangerously decen- tralized. As senior adviser to CIO David A. Bray, Summerlin is the FCC’s point man for streamlining acquisitions, speeding new products to users, engaging internal and external stakeholders, and developing more robust public-facing technology. He’s as “subtle as a woodpecker,” a non-FCC ex- ecutive said, but highly effective. “Tony has been a key asset in assessing opportunities for short-term gains,” Bray said, “while never losing sight of the longer-term goal of bringing FCC IT into a 21st-century service-delivery model.” Tina Sung Vice President for Government Transformation and Agency Partnerships Partnership for Public Service Executive matchmaker. Through the partnership’s Strategic Advisers to Govern- ment Executives program, Sung connects former government executives with current ones. She also matches executives with the skills they need through a new training program for political appointees, leader- ship training for acquisition professionals and a boot camp for new C-level execu- tives in the federal community. In addi- tion, Sung has organized a group of CXOs to advise the Office of Management and Budget on how to implement the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act. David Tillotson III Acting Deputy Chief Management Officer Defense Department Mr. Efficiency. The Pentagon’s DCMO job is a tough and often thankless one, and could be doubly so in an acting capacity. Tillotson, however, leaned into the role and quickly emerged as acting CIO Terry Halvorsen’s right-hand man for the ac- counting work behind DOD’s adoption of commercial cloud technology. Tillotson’s take is that IT is “an embedded part of the problem, the solution or both,” and the progress he has made in measuring and optimizing DOD business processes frees up money for readiness and modernization efforts. LAURA J. STANTON RICHARD STRUSE THE2015FEDERAL100 44 March 30, 2015 FCW.COM DAVID TILLOTSON III TINA SUNG 0330fcw_022-047.indd 44 3/9/15 2:20 PM
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