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50 April 15, 2016 FCW.COM MITCH SMOOT Deputy Chief Cyber Assessment Division National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Flaw finder. NGA might not be known for cybersecurity the way the National Secu- rity Agency is, but Smoot is earning NGA some strong credibility in the field through his work on enterprisewide vulnerability assessments. His team regularly identifies vulnerabilities and works hard to mitigate them before the adversary pounces. Smoot also led an agencywide analysis of traffic on the Defense Department’s unclassified network. His work on cyber forensics for counterintelligence has helped elevate NGA’s role in the cybersecurity dialogue within the intelligence community and made him a cybersecurity ambassador for NGA. STAN SOLOWAY President and CEO Professional Ser vices Council Inside man. In his last year at PSC, Solo- way led the association through its most extensive expansion ever. He has been a true thought leader, championing the con- vergence of the technology and services industries and navigating the profound effect those changes are having on how government asks for and how industry delivers technology solutions. He envi- sioned how PSC could respond to those market shifts and dramatically grew the association’s offerings and its member- ship. Although he stepped down last fall after 15 years at PSC, his work on federal acquisition will continue with his new con- sulting venture, Celero Strategies. VINCENT N. SRITAPAN Mobile Security Program Manager Cyber Security Division Science and Technology Directorate Department of Homeland Security Mobility man. Sritapan is DHS’ fixer for mobile device management. He developed the MDM baseline for the department’s quarter of a million employees and created a platform to test mobile app security for the entire government. Sritapan’s expertise propelled him in just three years from the job of security architect in the chief infor- mation security officer’s organization to become a program manager in DHS’ Sci- ence and Technology Directorate, where he oversees security initiatives to spur the department’s mobile capabilities. MORLEY O. STONE Chief Technology Officer Air Force Research Laborator y Department of the Air Force Autonomy aficionado. Stone’s work in autonomy science has provided the foun- dation for the Defense Department’s Third Offset Strategy, which focuses on man- machine teaming. Such strategies seek to ensure the technical superiority of the U.S. military. He also developed DOD’s Tri- service Autonomy Strategic Roadmap, which accelerated critical research into autonomous technology. He zeroed in on DOD’s requirement for effective verifica- tion and validation methods, and in 2015, the V&V Working Group published a revolutionary approach to testing autono- mous technology. Partners in industry and academia have adopted the framework, which has boosted corporate investment — a key source of innovation for DOD. JULIA T. SUSMAN President and CEO Jefferson Consulting Group Consulting/contracting ace. Susman is president, CEO and founder of Jefferson Consulting Group, which comprises a con- sulting firm and a government contracting firm. Her nearly 30-year career includes substantial work on improving federal acquisition, integrating IT into government agencies and building a more collabora- tive culture. One of her biggest projects in 2015 involved clarifying the roles and responsibilities of contracting officer’s rep- resentatives at the Agriculture Department to help them collaborate better and meet the agency’s IT and acquisition goals. She also introduced performance standards for CORs that were validated by a compre- hensive follow-up survey. MITCH SMOOT STAN SOLOWAY VINCENT N. SRITAPAN MORLEY O. STONE JULIA T. SUSMAN 0415fcw_026-055.indd 50 3/23/16 3:26 PM
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