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FCW : April 15, 2016
April 15, 2016 FCW.COM 27 ANN BARRON- DiCAMILLO RAYMOND BAUER SUSAN BECKER CATE BERARD RICHARD BEUTEL ANN BARRON-DiCAMILLO Director U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team Department of Homeland Security Cyber’s first responder. Companies have lamented that they don’t have a single point of contact in the federal government to turn to when they get hacked. But that could be changing with the maturation of US-CERT, and Barron-DiCamillo had no small part in it. Before stepping down as director in February, she drove the adop- tion of information-sharing standards and worked to get declassified threat data to the private sector. She told FCW her three years at the helm of US-CERT revealed a need for endpoint protection technologies, and she plans to fund those capabilities through her new venture capital firm. RAYMOND BAUER Innovation Lead National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency There’s an app for that. NGA had a busy year of responding to global disasters, and Bauer helped the cause with GeoQ, an application that collates geospatial data for disaster relief and recovery efforts. Operating without a designated budget, he and his colleagues used open-source code to build GeoQ; Bauer is believed to be the first at NGA to use GitHub’s crowdsourc- ing capability for a formal agency project. GeoQ supported more than a dozen NGA missions in 2015, including the response to the Nepal earthquake, and Bauer has pitched the app to other organizations, including the Peace Corps and Doctors Without Borders. SUSAN BECKER Vice President Civilian Administrative and Health Agencies Unisys Federal The innovator. Becker helped the Gen- eral Services Administration implement the smartphone-based Fleet Management System To Go app. It gives fleet employees and vehicle contractors real-time access to the back-end Federal Fleet Management System, which houses and tracks data for more than 200,000 GSA vehicles. It’s just one of the many innovative projects Becker has helped federal agencies cre- ate and deploy. In addition, she served on ACT-IAC’s Executive Committee and was industry vice chair for the 2015 Executive Leadership Conference, which was one of the most interactive and collaborative in the group’s history. CATE BERARD Sustainable Electronics Coordinator Energy Department Sustainability steward. Berard’s passion for sustainability and IT shows through in her work as co-chair of the Federal Electron- ics Stewardship Working Group, which helps federal agencies buy, use and prop- erly dispose of environmentally friendly IT products. She drafted the electronics and data center requirements for President Barack Obama’s recent executive order on federal sustainability, and she builds consensus on issues such as reducing the government’s carbon footprint. Berard “is one of those rare people able to be both a thought leader and a workhorse,” said Josh Silverman, director of DOE’s Office of Sustainability Support. RICHARD BEUTEL Principal Cyrrus Analytics Mr. FITARA and more. Beutel won a Fed- eral 100 two years ago for his efforts as a congressional staffer to craft the legislation that ultimately emerged as the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act. Now in the private sector, he has continued to bird- dog FITARA implementation efforts, but his contributions in 2015 were far broader. Beutel consulted on and corralled sup- port for planned Senate legislation to help agencies move to and pay for commercial cloud services, and he continued to make the case for a revolving capital fund for IT modernization — a solution that’s now part of the Obama administration’s fiscal 2017 budget. 0415fcw_026-055.indd 27 3/23/16 10:31 AM
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