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FCW : April 15, 2016
32 April 15, 2016 FCW.COM DONALD R. DAVIDSON JR. Chief Lifecycle Risk Management and Cybersecurity/Acquisition Integration Division Defense Department Securing the supply chain. Davidson led the development of a three-part international standard to ensure the quality, security and integrity of the IT supply chain. He said his biggest challenge was convinc- ing people that the money saved in inferior products was not worth the drop in qual- ity and security. Thanks to his efforts, ISO standards now include an updated definition of security, with additional considerations for supply chain risk management. Davidson also helped the Department of Homeland Security and National Security Agency build a new plan for the Cybersecurity Centers of Academic Excellence that cultivates stron- ger industry and academic participation. MARY A. DAVIE Assistant Commissioner Office of Integrated Technology Ser vices General Ser vices Administration Acquisition dynamo. From the Federal Stra- tegic Sourcing Initiative to GSA’s category management program, Davie is a versatile leader in the government move to streamline federal acquisition and manage the com- plexity of the enterprise. She leads a team of 600 people, works with thousands of con- tractors and tracks $22 billion in IT spend- ing so she knows the territory. Davie grew up in the federal IT community: She started at GSA in 1989 and worked her way up in IT and technology acquisition positions to become the driving force she is today. ANGELA HOLDEN DONAHOO Contracting Officer Federal Systems Integration and Management Center General Ser vices Administration Blanket coverage. Donahoo is respon- sible for one of the most complex blanket purchase agreements that federal custom- ers rely on for complex IT solutions and security: the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program Tools and Continuous Monitoring as a Service BPA. CDM was center stage in 2015, and Donahoo juggled more than a dozen contracting teams as she evaluated proposals and translated daunting lists of requirements into contract language. And colleagues noted that she consistently did it all with technical acumen, grace and humor. SCOTT DUNLAP Principal Assistant Program Manager for Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems Department of the Navy IT consolidator. Dunlap has a lot on his plate, including a portfolio of more than 30 IT capabilities for the Navy’s Human Resource Management Defense Business Systems. But he has also solved signifi- cant contracting issues by creating new approaches that engage small companies to produce cutting-edge IT solutions. Other efforts in 2015 resulted in cost sav- ings and cross-domain efficiency, a key portfolio management goal. And his system consolidation cost model did not simply reduce sustainment costs — it eliminated expenses for antiquated systems, saving the Navy $5 million annually while mod- ernizing human resource capabilities. MARTY EDWARDS Director Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team Department of Homeland Security The SCADA evangelist. The threat of hack- ers taking down critical infrastructure — from the power grid to water treatment plants — is growing, but Edwards and ICS-CERT worked hard in 2015 to spread awareness of specific threats. Faced with remote access Trojans Havex and Black- Energy in particular, Edwards helped craft clear response guidelines for industry to manage and guard against the malware. He took the message on the road by hold- ing classified briefings with hundreds of stakeholders to steel the United States’ critical infrastructure against attacks by increasingly sophisticated adversaries. DONALD R. DAVIDSON JR. MARY A. DAVIE ANGELA HOLDEN DONAHOO SCOTT DUNLAP MARTY EDWARDS 0415fcw_026-055.indd 32 3/23/16 4:20 PM
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