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FCW : March 30, 2013
THE FEDERAL 100 30 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Jeanne M. Holm Darrell Issa Tony Jimenez Clete D. Johnson Jr. Cmdr. Kevin M. Keast Jeanne M. Holm Data.gov Evangelist General Services Administration Open data's champion. Holm is the public face of Data.gov, a key compo- nent of the Open Govern- ment Initiative. It seeks to bring an unprecedented level of transparency and accountability to the U.S. government by opening federal data to citizens, developers and research- ers. Holm represents Data. gov through speaking engagements and social media, and is internation- ally recognized as a leader in open data and open government. She is also the primary force behind the success of Data.gov's online communities, which focus on topics of public interest. Her worldwide outreach have exponen- tially increased Data.gov's impact. Darrell Issa Chairman Oversight and Government Reform Committee U.S. House of Representatives A tech-minded task- master. Congressional oversight hearings are rarely a pleasure for those in the witness seat, and Issa is not above using "the bureaucracy" as a political target. But when it comes to federal IT and management issues, the Republican lawmaker from California has a construc- tive vision to go with his critiques, and uses his committee hearings to hold agency leaders ac- countable. Issa is a vocal advocate of transparency and open government, and has pushed to give CIOs the authority to go with that accountability. In a hyper-partisan House, he has also worked to keep federal IT a non-partisan issue. Tony Jimenez President and CEO MicroTech A contracting power- house. MicroTech is the largest Hispanic-owned IT integrator, and founder Jimenez is responsible for the company's vision and operations. In 2012, he unveiled an Innovation and Integration Center featuring the next genera- tion of data centers and cloud computing alterna- tives, and he is rewriting the rules on managing big data, private cloud computing and data center optimization. He is an ad- vocate for the veteran and Hispanic communities and serves on the Commerce Department's National Ad- visory Council on Minority Business Enterprises. "He has developed his humble start-up concept into a contracting powerhouse, " said Paul Price, senior vice president at MicroTech. Clete D. Johnson Jr. Professional Staff and Counsel Senate Select Committee on Intelligence The Senate's cyber staffer. The House and Senate were unable to agree on cybersecurity legislation last year, but the bills that passed each chamber laid the groundwork for efforts picking up again in 2013. On the Senate side, few have played a more central role or stayed engaged longer than Johnson. A trusted aide to Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.), Johnson was deeply involved in craft- ing the nal Senate bill. The former Army of cer and Fulbright scholar also served as a conduit to oth- ers in the Senate and the private sector to help build the consensus necessary for comprehensive cyber legislation. Cmdr. Kevin M. Keast Product Line Manager for Enterprise Information Systems Infrastructure U.S. Coast Guard Cyber leader a oat and in port. Defending the net- works of a large enterprise is even more dif cult with " oating" networks that face scarce connectivity. Enter Keast, who designed an innovative solution that allows information to be transmitted only when suf cient bandwidth is available. It allows Coast Guard cutters to focus bandwidth resources on mission-oriented activi- ties and receive updates from a central server once they are back in port. With what supporters describe as a knack for strategizing, Keast has improved Coast Guard cybersecurity while setting an example for the entire Defense Department.
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