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March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 45 15-0442|SAICCommunications NYSE: SAIC © SAIC. All rights reser ved. SAIC provides innovative Engineering, Enterprise and IT services and solutions to support the challenges facing today’s government workforce. saic.com Smart Solutions for a Complex World. Danny Toler Deputy Director Federal Network Resilience Division Department of Homeland Security Risky business. “Risk management” is how DHS officials often describe their ap- proach to cybersecurity, andToler embodies that strategy. He handles procurement and implementation for the department’s Con- tinuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program, an ambitious initiative that has provided a system of dashboards for agencies to catalog and address cyberthreats. Cost-effective cyber solutions can be elusive, but Toler has a talent for finding them in support of one of the government’s top cybersecurity pro- grams. And he has bolstered CDM funding by tapping a DHS program for next-generation technologies. Abe Usher Chief Technology Officer HumanGeo Leader of the Nerd Brigade. To better support the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Analytic Modernization initiative, Usher as- sembled a team of software engineers and dubbed it the Nerd Brigade. The agile group developed and deployed four analytical tools in four months, which resulted in significant savings for DIA. One tool, an analyst search engine, now allows users to perform three times as many record updates as before. The Nerd Brigade has been so successful that DIA wants to make it available to other intelli- gence agencies. Steven VanRoekel Chief Innovation Officer U.S. Agency for International Development Service first. Not everyone was a fan of VanRoekel’s stint as federal CIO — Portfolio- Stat has only so many enthusiasts — but be- hind the scenes, he drove what could prove to be the most disruptive IT effort in years. After the scramble to salvage HealthCare. gov, VanRoekel concluded that similar SWAT teams could improve IT throughout govern- ment. The U.S . Digital Service launched in August, and the fiscal 2016 budget aims for a 500-person operation. VanRoekel also proved that the mission comes first: He stepped down as U.S. CIO in September to help USAID address the Ebola epidemic. DANNY TOLER ABE USHER STEVEN VANROEKEL 0330fcw_022-047.indd 45 3/10/15 2:05 PM
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