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FCW : March 30, 2013
Vijay Mehra Standards Portfolio Lead Of ce of the Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment Of ce of the Director of National Intelligence Setting the standard for in- formation sharing. Mehra led a large, all-volunteer team to nalize the Uni ed Modeling Language Pro le for the National Informa- tion Exchange Model, a key milestone in the quest for standards-based sharing and safeguard- ing of terrorism-related information. His outreach to defense, intelligence, law enforcement, home- land security and business experts ensured success in this vital national security area. He led the writing of a 200-page draft stan- dard, motivating industry and government leaders through a sense of self- interest and bene t to the nation. The very rst NIEM standard has paved the way for commercial prod- ucts that will simplify the exchange of information. Terence V. Milholland Chief Technology Of cer Internal Revenue Service IRS' change agent. Milhol- land's work helped the IRS increase electronic tax lings by 400 percent --- to more than 100 million tax forms --- and begin pro- cessing those forms on a daily basis. He oversaw the biggest year for IRS' fraud prevention efforts with the protection of more than $15.3 billion in revenue and conducted readiness exer- cises for 2013 by systemati- cally testing and monitor- ing critical systems. "Terry is very modest when it comes to his own personal impact at IRS and readily acknowledges the contribu- tions of others, " said Joe Gerrety, a client unit direc- tor at IBM. Katherine "Kate" M. Miller Associate CIO for Applications Development Internal Revenue Service Big-data mover. Miller led the effort to implement one of the largest and most complex transactional databases in the world, the IRS' Customer Account Data Engine 2. She was responsible for the devel- opment and integration of the new database and for implementing the neces- sary changes so the IRS could switch from weekly to daily processing of tax lings. "Kate Miller has been a key leader in the IRS' modernization efforts, " said Gretchen McCoy, the agency's associate CIO for modernization. "Her inno- vative spirit and dedica- tion are very much valued across the IT organization and the IRS. " Victoria Morgan Director of the Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity/Information Assurance Program Defense Department The leader in cybersecurity information sharing. Mor- gan's success in managing the voluntary, joint program for sharing cyber threat data between DOD and the private sector is gaining international attention. The initiative, which doubled in participants under Morgan, has now expanded across the government under President Barack Obama's cybersecurity executive order, and NATO of cials want to replicate the pro- gram in Europe. "Victoria's leadership and dedication to the mission of protect- ing the nation have been essential, " said DOD Deputy CIO Robert Carey. Maj. Gen. Jennifer L. Napper U.S. Army Director of Plans and Policy U.S. Cyber Command Cyber champion. In a time of declining bud- gets and pervasive scal uncertainty, cyber remains a tiny island of invest- ment. At least some of the credit goes to Nap- per, who colleagues say has been instrumental in keeping cyber a oat as a top priority by pressing for continued development in capabilities, workforce and policy. "Her leadership, expertise, pragmatism and ability to communicate contribute directly to the continued national dia- logue essential to the early days of understanding and appropriately apply- ing cyber capability, " said Dawn Meyerriecks, deputy director for acquisition, technology and facilities in the Of ce of the Director of National Intelligence. THE FEDERAL 100 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM 35 Vijay Mehra Terence V. Milholland Katherine "Kate" M. Miller Victoria Morgan Maj. Gen. Jennifer L. Napper
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