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FCW : March 30, 2013
THE FEDERAL 100 Robert K. Knake Director of Cybersecurity Policy Executive Of ce of the President The White House's cyber wizard. Heard of a little thing called the president's executive order on critical infrastructure cybersecuri- ty? Meet the author. As his of ce's de facto problem- solver, Knake takes on tough programs and gets them on a sound foot- ing. Colleagues praise his encyclopedic knowledge of the Homeland Security Act, cybersecurity and disaster response, and his master- ful diplomacy in working with every major executive branch agency and the pri- vate sector. However you describe it, Knake's work is shaping cybersecurity in and beyond government. Gwynne Kostin Director of the Digital Services Innovation Center Of ce of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies General Services Administration The collaboration catalyst. Within six months of the Digital Government Strat- egy's release, Kostin had created a virtual center to promote collaboration on digital services. The center built and deployed shared resources to help agencies deliver services anywhere, anytime and on any device. Kostin also convened hack- athons and wikithons to ex- change ideas for improving digital services. "Gwynne is an amazing catalyst for collaboration and an inspi- rational thought leader, " said Dave McClure, associ- ate administrator of the Of ce of Citizen Services and Innovative Technolo- gies. "She has successfully engaged creative, talented experts across government to work together on the key efforts required by the strategy. " Jonathan C. Kraden Counsel Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Continuity in committee. If Clete Johnson was the Senate's go-to staffer on cybersecurity in 2012, Kraden was a close second --- and a central gure on other IT issues as well. A longtime aide to former Chairman Joseph Lieber- man (I-Conn.), Kraden works with everyone: Of ce of Management and Budget leaders on PortfolioStat, House counterparts on IT acquisi- tion reform, the General Services Administration on interagency collaboration, and now, in his sixth year working for the committee, new Chairman Tom Carper (D-Del.) on just about ev- erything. When IT legisla- tion starts to move this year, Kraden is the one to ask where it's headed. Lee Lacy Assistant Professor Command and General Staff College Department of the Army The social media profes- sor. Lacy combined his knack for teaching and af nity for social media to transform how distance learning courses are delivered at the Army's Command and General Staff College. Lacy, an assistant professor in the school's Department of Distance Education, found a low-cost way to adapt the Defense Department's Facebook-like milSuite application to boost his students' ability to learn, think, collaborate and cre- ate in a virtual classroom. The strategy enhanced communication between students and teachers and improved the management of student-led projects, making Lacy a sought- after expert in the eld of distance learning. Lorraine Landfried Deputy CIO for Product Development Department of Veterans Affairs The program management ace. Landfried increased VA's "on time" program delivery rate to 89 percent. Previously, the on-time rate was 30 percent and most programs failed to execute properly. She also went beyond the scope of her responsibilities to directly affect the deploy- ment and ongoing execu- tion of a program to im- prove bene ts processing for veterans. Her intense focus on the successful and timely deployment of programs serves as a model for all VA managers and was a key factor in the success of VA's Program Management Accountabil- ity System, which numer- ous agencies are adapting for their own use. 32 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Robert K. Knake Gwynne Kostin Jonathan C. Kraden Lee Lacy Lorraine Landfried
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