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Kevin Dulany Network Security Engineer Defense Department FedRAMP pioneer. Dulany played a crucial role in ensuring that DOD is a player in the Federal Risk and Authorization Manage- ment Program. He took leading roles in DOD's cloud computing and continuous monitoring ef- forts, dedicating more than half his time to FedRAMP design efforts. In the end, his work led to the initial FedRAMP cloud offerings suitable for DOD. He also spearheaded the develop- ment of a strategy that will turn DOD's security moni- toring from a point-in-time checklist to something closer to real-time report- ing. Colleagues say the impact of both aspects of his work is nothing short of astounding. Anthony A. Facca Program Manager Emerging Technology and Desktop Standards Group NASA Bringing secure BYOD. Facca brought agency- wide standards to NASA's independent-minded components. He tackled the challenge of imple- menting the $2.5 billion Agency Consolidated End- User Services contract, an ambitious approach to increasing ef ciencies and reducing costs through standardization. He also found time to lead the development of guidelines to enable NASA employ- ees to bring their own mobile devices to work. His efforts have allowed all 60,000 members of NASA's workforce to access the agency's resources any- where, anytime and from any device. Ammie N. Farraj Feijoo USASearch Program Manager General Services Administration The shared-search evan- gelist. Farraj Feijoo leads the team that developed USASearch, a commercial- grade search engine that is optimized to achieve extremely fast, relevant re- sults for government web- sites. Under her leadership, the number of sites using USASearch grew from 400 to more than 1,000 and the number of searches expanded from 4.5 mil- lion to nearly 12 million per month. She targeted high-pro le agencies and heavily visited websites as new customers that would bene t from this free solu- tion, which is optimized for each agency's environ- ment. She also uses her expertise with innovative technologies to help others nd solutions to big-data problems. Lt. Col. Rocky A. Favorito Commander of the 374th Communications Squadron U.S. Air Force DOD's Asia-Paci c IT hero. Despite a blistering opera- tions tempo and signi - cant resource challenges after Japan's earthquake/ tsunami/nuclear crisis, Favorito brilliantly led 42 organizations to "out- standing" ratings during Yokota Air Base's 2012 Cy- ber Command Readiness Inspection. His unit's rating was the best in the Air Force for 2012 and one of the highest in the Defense Department. He aced three other major inspections in six months and migrated 5,000 base computers and users into the new Air Force Enterprise Network in less than four weeks. He is now enrolled in the Cyber Horizons program at the Air War College. Patrick S. Finn Senior Vice President U.S. Public Sector Cisco Systems Network builder. Finn creates public/private partnerships to help solve government's most vexing networking challenges, and his customers value his collaborative leader- ship style. Beyond solving technical problems, Finn addresses workforce issues by serving on the board of the USO in support of those cur- rently in the military and by sponsoring Cisco's Veterans Enablement and Troop Support Employee Resource Group to support those who have served. The volunteer group helps veterans transition to civil- ian life by offering training and mentoring. THE FEDERAL 100 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM 25 Kevin Dulany Anthony A. Facca Ammie N. Farraj Feijoo Lt. Col. Rocky A. Favorito Patrick S. Finn
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