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FCW : April 15, 2016
42 April 15, 2016 FCW.COM KEVIN MANDIA President FireEye The cyber seer. A former Air Force officer, Mandia has long had a knack for knowing where cybersecurity is headed next. After stints as a computer security officer and cybercrime investigator in the service, he moved to the private sector and in 2004 founded Mandiant, which was acquired by FireEye a decade later. At both firms, Mandia effectively changed the way the government responds to cyberattacks — even developing training curricula tailored to key security agencies. In 2015, he continued to shape the debate on every- thing from encryption backdoors to what the Sony hack portends for attacks in 2016 and beyond. STEPHANIE MANGO Senior Vice President CGI Federal Championing shared ser vices. Mango is a tireless advocate of IT consolidation, standardization, optimization and shared services as the federal government’s best tools for improving outcomes and maxi- mizing return on investment. In 2015, she led the CGI team that transitioned the General Services Administration’s financial, budget and procurement shared services to the Agriculture Department, moving 300 employees and consolidating providers for 40 agencies. She also moved legislative shared services to the cloud, which resulted in a fivefold performance improvement. MARK T. MAYBURY Chief Security Officer and Vice President/Director National Cybersecurity FFRDC Mitre Corp. The innovation polymath. Maybury’s $70 million research portfolio spans drones, secure health data analysis and fraud protection. Under his watch, at least six companies have sprouted up from Mitre’s commercialized intellectual property efforts. His work focuses on both the cut- ting edge and the here and now. He started a $100,000 prize competition on Chal- lenge.gov to spur ways to safely manage the use of mini-drones in urban areas, and health executives in Boston and Cincin- nati lauded Maybury’s work at securely analyzing 7.2 terabytes of patient data for 1.1 million patients in those cities and elsewhere. RICHARD McKINNEY Chief Information Officer Transportation Department Tough love at DOT. Few CIOs leaned in as hard on implementing the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act as McKinney, who pushed for a taxonomy to track IT spend- ing and discussed FITARA with Congress, industry and agency stakeholders. When legislators gave his department Ds and Fs on implementation, he used the grades to stress the importance of getting it right. And when DOT components couldn’t inventory their IT, he put a freeze on new purchases until a clearer picture could be had. That hard-nosed approach has pro- duced fierce loyalty from his IT team and nods of approval from his higher-ups. COL. ROBERT G. McVAY Program Manager Afghan Personnel and Pay System U.S. Army A personnel system powerhouse. Until recently, McVay was program manager for the massive Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army, which gives Army officials the critical data and insight they need to manage an ever-changing workforce. In 2015, he took that expertise to Afghani- stan on a special acquisition assignment to improve payroll and HR support for coali- tion partner forces in Afghanistan. Supe- rior officers praise his work in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and say his leadership and creative problem-solving have significantly changed the Army’s human resources and cyber domains across all the service’s components. KEVIN MANDIA STEPHANIE MANGO MARK T. MAYBURY RICHARD McKINNEY COL. ROBERT G. McVAY 0415fcw_026-055.indd 42 3/23/16 10:32 AM
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