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FCW : March 30, 2015
BRIG. GEN. GARRETT S. YEE JEFFREY ZIENTS Special Report CONVERGED SYSTEMS: GAINING STEAM TOPICS INCLUDE: WHEN MOVING TO A CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE MAKES SENSE HYPERCONVERGENCE: THE NEXT WAVE OF CONVERGENCE MAKING THE MOST OF CONVERGENCE THE BUSINESS CASE FOR CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE THE DATA CENTER OF THE FUTURE TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: FCW.COM/2015CONVERGEDINFRASTRUCTURE sponsored by: Brig. Gen. Garrett S. Yee Commanding General of the 335th Signal Command and C4I Director Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve U.S. Army Operation Inherent (Tech) Resolve. Yee was the person behind a revived communi- cations infrastructure in Iraq that made pos- sible the U.S. -led airstrikes against Islamic State militants in 2014. “We used to have quite the network [in Iraq], and when we left in 2011, we took it all with us,” Yee said. From his post in Kuwait, he had satellite communications terminals placed through- out Iraq and dispatched a set of portable tools — including routers and switches — that can be assembled in two hours to support military operations. Jeffrey Zients Adviser on HealthCare.gov Improvement Executive Office of the President Mr. Fix-It. Zients, who now directs the National Economic Council, established a reputation for results-oriented management while at the Office of Management and Budget. When HealthCare.gov floundered, his leadership was instrumental in getting a critical — and critically dysfunctional — IT project back on track. When Congress asked, “Why didn’t HealthCare.gov have a Jeff Zients all along?” it stressed how vital he was to the effort. Zients’ willingness to step into that breach is exactly the sort of public service that the Federal 100 awards were created to recognize. March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 47 0330fcw_022-047.indd 47 3/11/15 12:11 PM
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