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Lt. Gen. Susan Lawrence CIO U.S. Army The enterprise informa- tion evangelist. Lawrence's extensive background in military networks has proven fruitful in working through the complex issues behind the Army's IT trans- formation. Her work is most visible in the service's tran- sition to enterprise email, a massive undertaking that now serves more than 1 million users. Colleagues praise her "can-do" attitude and inclusive management style. "Her personal leader- ship and commitment to the entire Army team has resulted in an enterprise ca- pability that's not only driv- ing down support costs, but also signi cantly improving information-sharing capa- bilities across DOD, " said Dave Wennergren, DOD's assistant deputy chief man- agement of cer. John Lee Vice President of Cloud Services Carahsoft Technology Corp. Creative cost-cutter. Lee's feet are rmly planted on the ground when it comes to saving his customers money on cloud technol- ogy. Lee saved the Internal Revenue Service more than $1.25 million in operational costs through an innovative pay-per-use pricing model for VMware virtualization products and services. The pricing, which is new in government, lets agen- cies choose the VMware products they want in any given month and pay only for what they use. It simpli- es the use of virtualization and cloud technologies and helps keep start-up costs low. It has already been ex- panded across the Treasury Department. Jeffrey Levy Director of Web Communications Environmental Protection Agency Delivering better digital services. Levy co-leads the One EPA Web project, which is rebuilding EPA. gov to use best practices and the latest technol- ogy, including serving mobile users. He takes a customer-centric approach by focusing on audiences' top tasks instead of EPA's organization. He also contributed substantially to the Digital Government Strategy on behalf of the Federal Web Managers Council. As a result, U.S. CIO Steven VanRoekel asked Levy to serve on the Digital Services Advisory Group, where he led the effort to develop the rst digital services gover- nance guidelines, which now drive better manage- ment of digital content and data governmentwide. Wendy L. Liberante Policy Analyst Of ce of Information and Regulatory Affairs Of ce of Management and Budget Opening up the rulemak- ing process. As OMB's lead for eRulemaking, Liberante ensures that White House policy is translated into meaningful improvements in public participation in the development of regula- tions. She worked with the eRulemaking Program Management Of ce to develop a major rede- sign of Regulations.gov. As a result, the site now offers more user-friendly sorting and ltering tools. Liberante also promoted the use of application programming interfaces to allow people to pull regulatory content from Regulations.gov. The result is a signi cantly improved website that will help members of the public engage with agencies and ultimately improve regula- tory outcomes. Andrew McMahon Senior Adviser Of ce of Management and Budget Measuring IT manage- ment. McMahon has been both architect and driver of the PortfolioStat process. He coordinated efforts to establish the new policy, trained agencies on the policy and process, and prepared detailed analytics and benchmarks to help the U.S. CIO and agencies assess IT management. McMahon also established processes to track prog- ress and reduction targets, which are estimated to be more than $2.5 billion through 2015. He also played a key role in the 25-Point Plan to Reform Federal IT Management, ensuring the achievement of the 18-month mile- stones while institutional- izing the overhauls initi- ated under the framework. THE FEDERAL 100 34 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Lt. Gen. Susan Lawrence John Lee Jeffrey Levy Wendy L. Liberante Andrew McMahon
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