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Michael C. Brown Executive Director of the IT Services Of ce Department of Homeland Security Captain of consolidation. Brown is a key leader at an agency where consolida- tion has been the name of the game since the beginning. He completed the migration of 16 data centers to two enterprise centers, for an expected savings of $2.8 billion through 2030. He transi- tioned more than 100,000 DHS employees to a private cloud email service and launched a platform- as-a-service that supports Linux, open-source and Wintel environments at a cost equal to or less than what is commercially available. His high-quality accomplishments and unifying approach have strengthened DHS leaders' commitment to adopting standard IT infrastructure across the department. Brent M. Bushey IT Project Manager Alien Criminal Response Information Management System Department of Homeland Security DHS' criminal data- base expert. Using agile software development, Bushey paved the way for Immigration and Customs Enforcement of cers to query multiple federal, state and local law enforce- ment databases when pro- cessing illegal immigrants who have criminal records. Bushey led a team of gov- ernment and industry pro- fessionals to successfully modernize and expand ACRIMe while spending only $3 million of a $28 million budget. It has been praised as a best practice for agencies adopting agile development, and it offers a smart alternative that is customer-focused and ef cient. Robert J. Carey Principal Deputy CIO Defense Department Mobile security champion. As co-chairman of the CIO Council's Informa- tion Security and Identity Management Committee, Carey guided the develop- ment of a mobile comput- ing security requirement for unclassi ed informa- tion in just four months. Working with other agency stakeholders, the commit- tee produced a draft that can be tailored to individ- ual agency needs. In ad- dition, Carey led the effort to establish standards for the secure identity-based access of information from anywhere in the world through the deployment of a public-key infrastructure card and the development of a secure network architecture. Teresa H. Carlson Vice President of the Worldwide Public Sector Amazon Web Services Big-data dynamo. As vice chairwoman of the Tech- America Foundation's Big Data Commission, Carlson helped drive the group's big-data report by lining up Amazon's resources and working across several companies to deliver research data that highlighted the promise of big data. Carlson is widely known across the industry as a proponent of good government who looks for solutions that have the tax- payer in mind. About the only thing that could slow Carlson down in 2012 was Hurricane Sandy, which forced the cancellation of ACT-IAC's Executive Lead- ership Conference, which she had helped organize. Marian Cherry Project Leader for the Joint Information Environment Defense Department IT transformation trail boss. Cherry is the point person for the most sig- ni cant network transfor- mation in DOD's history. She has been building coalitions between the military services and other DOD components to help consolidate thousands of networks into a more secure, dependable and ef cient architecture that will afford access to autho- rized individuals from any device and location in the world. Her efforts encom- pass the standardization of computing designs and the consolidation of data centers by at least 75 per- cent, and they will change how DOD spends billions of dollars. THE FEDERAL 100 22 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Michael C. Brown Brent M. Bushey Robert J. Carey Teresa H. Carlson Marian Cherry
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