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FCW : April 15, 2016
April 15, 2016 FCW.COM 45 CRAIG MUNDIE MARK NAGGAR SHANA OLSHAN JOE PAIVA AUSTIN PRICE CRAIG MUNDIE President Mundie and Associates Providing the big picture. For Mundie, 2015 was the first year in more than two decades that he was not studying emerging technology and charting strategy for Micro- soft. There was no such retirement from advising the federal government, how- ever. Mundie, who served on the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee for the past three presidents, has been part of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology since President Barack Obama created it in 2009. Mundie redoubled his efforts last year as the administration sought insight into everything from cybersecurity and privacy to health IT and smart cities. MARK NAGGAR IT Vendor Management Specialist and Director of the Buyers Club Department of Health and Human Services Best buyer. Through the HHS Buyers Club and similar efforts across agencies, Nagger has replaced weighty proposal documents with simple concept papers and iterative development processes, minimizing the procurement burden on government and industry. His efforts to inject agile buying practices into the federal acquisition pro- cess have been so effective that the White House has solicited his advice, and Presi- dent Barack Obama has said he wants those efforts scaled and institutionalized before the end of his term. SHANA OLSHAN Director of the National Standards Group Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Department of Health and Human Services Health IT hero. Moving to the latest itera- tion of the International Classification of Diseases was delayed several times because of concerns raised by Congress and the health care community. Olshan was responsible for managing the migra- tion to ICD-10 for the health care industry, including Medicaid and Medicare, which processes 4.6 million claims per day. She led the establishment of a coordina- tion center for resolving issues raised by providers when they submitted claims and improving industry outreach and education — and she did it in less than two months. She also developed an unprecedented, highly successful end-to-end testing strat- egy for Medicare providers. JOE PAIVA Chief Information Officer International Trade Administration Commerce Department The mission fanatic. Paiva works in an IT shop, but his day-to-day job is emphati- cally not about technology; it’s about what technology enables users to do. He ham- mered that ethos home relentlessly as he moved ITA’s systems to the Amazon Web Services cloud — slashing IT spending by 15 percent — and swore off new hard- ware purchases. Providing everything as a service offers better value, he said, adding that the days of personal deal-making are gone. The Internet is the marketplace, and his mission is to position his agency as the best possible link between U.S. companies and foreign markets. AUSTIN PRICE Program Manager Government Transformation and Agency Partnerships Partnership for Public Ser vice Making progress possible. Arrangements under which one agency provides IT, financial or other services to other agen- cies have long had their advocates in gov- ernment, but in 2015 the shared-services movement gained real structure in support of the idea. And Price, through his leader- ship of the partnership’s Shared Services Roundtable, was instrumental to that growth. Those efforts had a major impact on the Obama administration’s decision to create a Unified Shared Services Man- agement Office in the General Services Administration — which Price subse- quently left the partnership to join. 0415fcw_026-055.indd 45 3/23/16 10:32 AM
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