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Kay Clarey Program Manager Uni ed Financial Management System Justice Department A unifying personality. Clarey brought together purchasers, IT experts, managers and policy- makers to implement the government's largest non- defense nancial system. Under her leadership, UFMS has been deployed to 5,000 users worldwide in six Justice Department organizations. Each imple- mentation was on schedule and within budget and re- sulted in retaining a clean audit opinion. The secure, integrated solution offers standardized accounting processes and data inter- faces --- and has already saved the department $4 million. Thanks to Clarey's efforts, UFMS will enable "more informed decision- making and strategic plan- ning for all involved, " said Stacia Hylton, director of the U.S. Marshals Service. Mark L. Cohn Chief Technology Of cer Unisys Federal Systems Spreading the word about secure mobility. Cohn plays a key role in sup- porting mission-critical mobile solutions for his government customers. He also generously shares his expertise with the federal IT community at large. In 2012, he was a member of AFCEA International's Technology Committee, or- ganized a Northern Virginia Technology Council event on mobility and served on the steering committee for ACT-IAC's 2012 Quadren- nial Government Technol- ogy Review. His earlier work on the latter project ultimately supported the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyber- space. Cohn's passion for secure mission-critical IT solutions and his willing- ness to collaborate bene t government and industry alike. Gerald E. "Gerry" Connolly U.S. House of Representatives Feds' champion. Con- nolly's Virginia district is home to thousands of federal workers and hundreds of companies that do business with the government. Not surpris- ingly, he champions the causes of federal pay and bene ts and is one of the few lawmakers on Capitol Hill who cares about government acquisition and procurement issues. In an era of partisanship and rancor, he has been willing to reach across the aisle to work on new legislation to update the Clinger-Cohen Act and address cyberse- curity issues. Kathy P. Conrad Principal Deputy Associate Administrator Of ce of Citizen Services and InnovativeTechnologies General Services Administration Chief innovator. Conrad is a pivotal government IT player who provided extensive leadership, stra- tegic direction and over- sight of numerous Obama administration initiatives to boost innovation. She worked on the Digital Government Strategy, the MyUSA project to simplify the process of nding and accessing information and government services, and several high-visibility E- Government Fund projects such as Data.gov, Busi- nessUSA and the Federal Infrastructure Projects Dashboard. Her of ce at GSA leads development of major shared-services efforts and continues to release new and exciting innovations, such as the recent guidelines for capi- talizing on social media connections. Kathleen Cowles Principal Deep Water Point Board member extraordi- naire. Cowles spent more than 30 years at telecom- munications companies, and she knows how impor- tant it is to communicate. She has made signi cant contributions to improv- ing the information ow and the exchange of points of view through her work with associations that are striving to improve the dialogue between government and industry. Working with three AFCEA International compo- nents, she has organized mobile working groups and conferences. She also serves on the board of the Association for Federal Information Resources Management and remains active in the Industry Ad- visory Council, on whose Executive Committee she has also served. THE FEDERAL 100 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM 23 Kay Clarey Mark L. Cohn Gerald E. "Gerry" Connolly Kathy P. Conrad Kathleen Cowles
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