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Robert Grossman Professor and Senior Fellow University of Chicago Taking the long view on big data. Grossman knows that big data is not worth much without the systems and people to make sense of it. So he spent much of 2012 building those capacities in government. He co-led a Defense Science Board task force on cloud security and reliability, helped NASA develop a public cloud solution for satellite data, and counseled other agen- cies on cloud adoption and advanced analytics. The hype might be new, but, Grossman said, "there is a 50-year perspective on some of these trends.... People with good under- standing put in place the right infrastructure. " Sonny Hashmi Deputy CIO and Chief Technology Of cer General Services Administration Cloud expander. Under Hashmi's leadership, GSA embarked on Phase 2 of its ambitious Drive to the Cloud initiative, which included migrating thou- sands of enterprise ap- plications to a cloud-based platform. Because no one in government had built a cloud enterprise of this size, many organizational processes and frameworks had to be redesigned. Hashmi tackled the chal- lenges by assembling a team of technical, business and change-management experts from GSA and the private sector. The new platform, called GSACon- nect, now forms the core of all the agency's opera- tions. It connects people, content, knowledge, busi- ness processes and data, while saving millions of taxpayer dollars. Kimberly Hayes President The Ambit Group Community linchpin. Hayes is the perfect combination of shrewd businesswoman and community advocate. She manages the nancial, business development and client satisfaction compo- nents of Ambit's business but is just as well known for her philanthropic lead- ership. Last year, Ambit donated more than 2,900 hours in community ser- vice, with Hayes personally donating more than 250 hours. She also served as a mentor in ACT-IAC's Voyag- ers leadership develop- ment program and as vice chairwoman of the Partners Program, which seeks to prepare government and industry leaders for their roles at the Senior Execu- tive Service and company of cer levels. Angela Heise Vice President Enterprise IT Solutions Lockheed Martin Customer service ace. When it comes to custom- er service, Heise goes the extra mile. As the program manager for the Army Corps of Engineers-IT program, she focused her attention on re-energizing the experience for her 40,000 customers. With passion and a sense of mission, she increased services, reduced overall operating expenses and exceeded customer afford- ability objectives. She also established an Amazon- enabled storefront that provides a catalog, asset management, and an information assurance and cybersecurity solution. In roughly 18 months, she reshaped the leadership team and boosted cus- tomer satisfaction. Rick Holgate CIO Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives The mobile- rst enforcer. To say ATF is mobile- friendly is an understate- ment. Under Holgate's leadership, the bureau has moved from relying on desktop PCs toward a fully mobile platform in support of a workforce that performs a signi cant portion of its activities out of the of ce. Holgate was also the chief CIO architect of the Digital Govern- ment Strategy and has been a strong partner with industry via his role as co-chairman of ACT-IAC's Advanced Mobility Work- ing Group --- a natural t for a man who fosters collaboration between government and indus- try in the area of mobile computing. THE FEDERAL 100 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM 29 Robert Grossman Sonny Hashmi Kimberly Hayes Angela Heise Rick Holgate
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