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FCW : April 15, 2016
52 April 15, 2016 FCW.COM BEN SWEEZY Strategy and Data Lead Office of Management and Budget The FITARA taskmaster. When Federal CIO Tony Scott tapped Sweezy to figure out how OMB should implement the Fed- eral IT Acquisition Reform Act, Sweezy designed and led an outreach program that gathered input from hundreds of IT professionals across the government. He also established a FITARA Executive Working Group and worked closely with the participants to identify the primary opportunities and obstacles, challenging them to creatively determine how best to meet the spirit and letter of the law. Along the way, he developed what became OMB Memorandum M-15-14, which outlines how agencies can comply with FITARA’s requirements. MATTHEW A. TAIT Senior Managing Director Accenture Federal Services An unsung success stor y. Although it’s no longer in the headlines, making HealthCare.gov work is still a big job. As Accenture’s lead on the project, Tait spear- headed the teams that closed out the 2015 open-enrollment period, got ready for the launch of the 2016 season, and built and maintained back-end connections to IRS systems for verifying applicants’ eligibil- ity. Under his leadership, the marketplace service reported lower costs and higher customer satisfaction. He also helped engineer a cultural shift in which contrac- tors and feds embraced a “one jersey” concept, with everyone playing for the same team. GREGORY J. TOUHILL Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications Department of Homeland Security Cyber collaborator. Former Air Force Brig. Gen. Touhill coined the term “cyber neighborhood watch” to describe the importance of public/private partner- ships when it comes to information shar- ing. His work focuses on developing and implementing programs that protect the government networks and critical infra- structure systems. He leads DHS’ efforts to secure federal civilian networks and help the private sector better manage cyber risk. He has grown the Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program from 26 to more than 160 companies. He also advises the CIO Council on cybersecurity best practices and contributes to federal IT strategy and governance. JAMES C. TRAINOR JR. Assistant Director Cyber Division FBI Justice Department Hacker hunter. As the scale of the cyberat- tack on Sony became clear, Trainor leapt into action. He marshaled cooperation among federal agencies; state, local and foreign law enforcement; and the private sector. The coordinated response named the attack’s source after only 25 days, allowing President Barack Obama to set the first- ever economic sanctions against the per- petrator of a state-sponsored cyberattack. Trainor’s synchronized approach included a rapid-fire information-sharing mechanism and is now the model for the FBI’s response to large-scale cyber incidents. DEVON TROLLEY Technical Adviser for Strategy Development and Implementation Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Ser vices Department of Health and Human Ser vices Marketplace mover. Trolley developed the long-term strategy and IT roadmap for the CMS health insurance marketplace on the HealthCare.gov site. Her strategy addressed the site’s back-end components and outlined how to improve the customer experience, provide call center support and ensure the accuracy of payments for health insurance plans via the market- place. Her roadmap resulted in the launch of the out-of-pocket cost calculator, doctor and facility lookup, and prescription drug lookup — all of which helped users com- pare plans. BEN SWEEZY MATTHEW A. TAIT GREGORY J. TOUHILL JAMES C. TRAINOR JR. DEVON TROLLEY 0415fcw_026-055.indd 52 3/23/16 3:27 PM
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