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Col. Thomas P. "Pat" Flanders Project Manager Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program U.S. Army Logistics magician. Flan- ders led the design and delivery of groundbreak- ing systems that provide nancial accountability and a fully modernized supply chain to soldiers worldwide. His systems give visibility into data at a single access point, which helps Army leaders consid- er true costs and impacts when making decisions. Flanders also achieved extraordinary cost savings by renegotiating a $3 bil- lion support contract. He has led these transforma- tional changes by applying a soldier's understand- ing of the complex tasks required to successfully manage logistics in the modern battlespace with an expert understanding of the acquisition process. Kevin Fu Associate Professor and Sloan Research Fellow University of Michigan Impact from the ivory tower. For all the advanced degrees in Washington, academics do not often drive agency policies. Yet Fu made feds and commer- cial health providers alike think differently about the security risks of Internet- connected medical de- vices. (Not long after Fu's paper made the rounds, fans of the TV show "Homeland" saw that risk taken to its extreme.) A member of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Informa- tion Security and Privacy Advisory Board, Wu led the group's work on that issue and also helped Congress understand how smart cards could reduce Medicare fraud. Gary R. Galloway Data Loss Prevention Program Manager and Deputy Director of Information Assurance State Department Securing data from the in- side. Galloway led a depart- mentwide effort to establish a data loss prevention pro- gram with just $2 million in economic stimulus funding ---andhetookitoninaddi- tion to his normal workload. The program reduces the risks of data breaches and promotes a culture in which users take responsibility for protecting sensitive information. Galloway's vision and persistence have resulted in a cost-effective system that is being em- braced by State's employ- ees and serving as a model for other agencies. His work has spurred broader discus- sions about data protection and the issue of alleviating insider threats. Matthew Goodrich Program Manager Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program General Services Administration FedRAMP's ne-tuner. FedRAMP is a complex program to create gov- ernmentwide standards for authorizing secure cloud computing products and services. Goodrich led the effort to create uni ed requirements for authorizations, standard implementation processes and templates for the review process. He closely managed the execution of the rst FedRAMP ap- plications to document les- sons learned and further streamline the process. He has worked tirelessly to ensure that security re- views are conducted with quality and timeliness. "If I didn't have this guy, Fed- RAMP wouldn't run, " said Dave McClure, associate administrator of GSA's Of- ce of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies. Jeremy Grant Senior Executive Adviser for Identity Management National Institute of Standards and Technology ID management innovator. Grant directs the Na- tional Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace National Program Of ce at NIST, which he estab- lished from the ground up. He took the vision and principles embodied in NSTIC and translated them into solutions that will be deployed in the marketplace. In 2012, the of ce awarded $9 million in grants to test innova- tive identity solutions and held multiple workshops to build support from stakeholders in all sectors. Grant's ability to facilitate dialogue and inspire action among NSTIC's complex and diverse community of stakeholders has been the key to NSTIC's success. THE FEDERAL 100 28 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Col. Thomas P. "Pat" Flanders Kevin Fu Gary R. Galloway Matthew Goodrich Jeremy Grant
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