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FCW : January 2013
January 2013 FCW.COM 17 When Rick Holgate was tapped to serve as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Fire- arms and Explosives' assistant director for science and technology and CIO in August 2009, he was no stranger to the IT world. He had extensive experience at rms such as BearingPoint and Mitre Corp. But it was his role as assis- tant director for IT and command information of cer at the Naval Criminal Investigative Service that allowed him to experience the federal IT world rsthand. After being promoted to the newly created position of executive assistant director, Holgate was tasked with delivering IT services to NCIS' 2,400-plus employees world- wide, managing the agency's application portfolio, and integrating the service's information management needs with those of the Navy Department, the Defense Depart- ment and other partners. Although most of Holgate's professional background is heavily in uenced by technology, he said mobility is something he simply fell into. His interest began brew- ing at NCIS, which has an even more mobile workforce and complex mission than ATF because of the service's international component and the need to operate in a clas- si ed environment. BY CAMILLE TUUTTI At a time when many agencies are struggling to untether their employees from desktop PCs, Rick Holgate is moving ATF closer to a mobile-only work environment Can Rick Holgate ditch the desktop?