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Michael P. Darling Program Examiner Of ce of Management and Budget The cybersecurity bud- get leader. Charged with overseeing the formulation and execution of nearly $2.5 billion of DHS budget authority, Darling coordi- nates high-level manage- ment, budget and policy issues for agencies such as the National Protection and Programs Directorate, Secret Service, and Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. He has also been involved in the Obama administration's continu- ous monitoring initiatives to enhance cybersecu- rity. Darling "is a superb analyst who has taken the time to understand cybersecurity complexities and has effectively estab- lished communication and collaboration channels be- tween multiple agencies to ensure stakeholder input throughout the cyberse- curity budgeting process, " said Lisa Schlosser, federal deputy CIO. Mary Davie Acting Commissioner Federal Acquisition Service General Services Administration Leadership in a crisis. Da- vie stepped into the role of acting FAS commissioner when GSA was recover- ing from a conference- spending asco. She was instrumental in helping Acting Administrator Dan Tangherlini lead a top- to-bottom review at GSA and continued working to support his ongoing efforts to recon gure the agency. "She did an outstanding job leading FAS at a critical time for the agency, and we would not be where we are today without her hard work and dedica- tion, " Tangherlini said. She served as acting commis- sioner until Tom Sharpe took on the job in 2013. Lt. Gen. Jon Davis U.S. Marine Corps Deputy Commander U.S. Cyber Command The military cyber pioneer. Davis isn't new to lead- ing the charge on military technology. The former Harrier pilot has long been pushing the edge of new capabilities. Now he's bringing that drive to his current efforts to de ne and apply roles and responsibilities for the Cyber Command structure. He leads efforts to create the operational and policy architecture for the cyber domain, including outlin- ing missions and tasks for each of the military services, and he's been instrumental in exer- cises in which troops hone their cyber combat skills through realistic network- defense training. Sara DeCarlo Director of the Institute for Innovation ACT-IAC The agenda setter. DeCarlo drove ACT-IAC's Quadrennial Govern- ment Technology Review process to a successful conclusion, delivering a series of recommenda- tions and strategic advice for the executives of the Obama administration's second term. She was a key behind-the-scenes leader in managing more than 100 volunteers from government and industry. She helped turn the ideas into policy recommenda- tions in a summary and six reports that outlined how technology can aid the government in addressing the challenges it faces. Jim Dempsey Vice President for Public Policy Center for Democracy and Technology "A major privacy player. " Last August, the Senate con rmed Dempsey as a member of the Pri- vacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, bring- ing the longtime online privacy advocate into the executive branch, albeit part-time. Dempsey spent a decade on Capitol Hill focused on constitutional and civil rights and since 1995 has championed Internet privacy, govern- ment transparency and civil liberties from the nonpro t sector. In 2012, his leadership of the Digi- tal Due Process Coalition helped pave the way for Senate passage of reforms to bring the Electronic Communications Privacy Act into the 21st century. As one industry expert put it, "Jim is always a major privacy player. " THE FEDERAL 100 24 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Michael P. Darling Mary Davie Lt. Gen. Jon Davis Sara DeCarlo Jim Dempsey
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