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FCW : April 15, 2016
April 15, 2016 FCW.COM 39 TRACY HOLLIS HSIN Solutions Engineering Manager Department of Homeland Security No money? No problem? Hollis is the force behind the overall development of the Homeland Security Information Network, and she has refused to let any obstacle stand in the way of that mission. Less funding, higher demand and an addi- tional 55,000 stakeholders? No problem. Hollis has been instrumental in ensuring that HSIN enables the secure exchange of information among partners in the private sector and at all levels of government. As one colleague put it, “She’s the first person to not say no but [instead] look for differ- ent ways to do things.” REP. WILL HURD Representative U.S . House of Representatives The tech rep. Hurd is barely one year into his congressional career but has already emerged as a strong voice on Capitol Hill when it comes to cybersecurity. The former CIA officer chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s IT Subcommittee, and he is making sure the panel plays a key role in breach investiga- tions, the ongoing debate over commercial encryption and implementation of the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act. He’s a frequent critic of agency IT operations, but — unlike some of his congressional colleagues — generally takes a construc- tive approach. CARLENE ILETO Executive Director Enterprise Business Management Office Department of Homeland Security Identify, solve, save. Ileto is responsible for the governance and management of DHS’ $6.1 billion budget for IT investments. She developed a comprehensive approach to managing IT spending that involved consolidating data centers, using shared services and cloud offerings, streamlining mobile contracts, and addressing high-risk programs. Those efforts have helped DHS save a whopping $1.2 billion across all IT infrastructure commodities — money that can be reinvested elsewhere. Col- leagues describe her as a visionary — but one who’s grounded enough to free up the bucks. JUDITH A. JACKSON Senior Product Manager Engine and Vehicle Compliance Information System Environmental Protection Agency Methodology modernizer. Jackson was responsible for delivering EV-CIS, which collects, validates, calculates and dis- seminates information on motor vehicle and engine emissions. In 2015, she led her team to complete modules for six industries, each with unique regulatory requirements, and developed a creative implementation strategy to ensure that each solution used risk-based approaches to maximize the environmental return. Along the way, she improved quality and enhanced productivity, as evidenced by a threefold increase in the delivery of system modules. She did it by using agile methodology to promote transparency and collaboration. SHERITA JOHNSON Chief, Special Programs Unit Justice Department EPIC contributions. The multi-agency El Paso Intelligence Center was designed to serve as a focal point for sharing intel- ligence about drug trafficking along the U.S./Mexico border. However, the legacy system’s average response time was 15 days, and as a result, many agents simply didn’t use it. After careful consideration, Johnson and her team decided the best course of action was to replace the sys- tem. The new portal has brought together disparate information and dramatically improved interagency collaboration to stop narcotics trafficking, and Johnson has worked to show other Justice Depart- ment divisions how her approach could be applied to tracking terrorist activity. TRACY HOLLIS REP. WILL HURD CARLENE ILETO JUDITH A. JACKSON SHERITA JOHNSON 0415fcw_026-055.indd 39 3/23/16 2:18 PM
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