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CDR Jason A. Ortiz Health Services Administrator Immigration and Customs Enforcement Department of Homeland Security Streamlining health IT. Government agencies looking for ways to save money could take a page from Ortiz's playbook. His strategy for tackling requirements at the begin- ning of a procurement yielded serious dividends: ICE awarded a contract for a crucial, high-pro le elec- tronic health record sys- tem for 60 percent lower than cost estimates. And by developing a strategy for directly pulling hospital claims data from existing systems, he helped reduce layers of bureaucracy. He also developed a project template to encourage others to lead organiza- tional improvements. Todd Park U.S. Chief Technology Of cer Of ce of Science and Technology Policy The hacker evangelist. Park, who became federal CTO in March 2012, has been a cheerleader for innovation in govern- ment and an ambassador to the non-federal tech communities. Known for his on-stage enthusiasm --- "awesomeness" is a favorite noun, "kick-ass" a preferred adjective --- Park has also brought tangible progress with the Presi- dential Innovation Fellows program, which has advanced the Blue Button initiative, developed the MyUSA portal and recently unveiled a beta of the RFP-EZ tool for smaller procurement projects. Under Park's direction, one agency executive said, several of those projects are poised "to deliver breakneck-speed innova- tions to government. " Kshemendra N. Paul Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment Of ce of the Director of National Intelligence Information-sharing activ- ist. As the leader of a new model to improve cross- sector communications, Paul is changing how organizations collaborate on homeland security. He is a tireless advocate for federal and non-federal stakeholders, championing efforts to advance respon- sible information sharing and actively working to identify, integrate and disseminate best practices in sharing vital security information. The results are reduced fragmenta- tion and improved mission exibility. He has made it an axiom that responsible information sharing is at the heart of every effort the government under- takes to make the country and its citizens safe. Luanne Pavco General Manager and Leader of Public-Sector Services IBM Corp. Collaborative innovator. Pavco believes that inno- vation through collabora- tion is the key to success in federal IT. In 2012, she facilitated a series of roundtable discussions at IBM to help managers im- prove client services; insti- tuted quarterly innovation contests; and created the Business Expert Eminence program, which encour- ages IBM executives to expand their digital skills. All those efforts enhance the company's work with government agencies. "In- novation is part of IBM's DNA, and Luanne has succeeded in unlocking the creativity and innova- tion of IBM's consultants and engineers through her energy and commitment, " said Charles Prow, a man- aging partner at IBM. Sasi K. Pillay Chief Technology Of cer for IT NASA Mobile security visionary. Pillay took advantage of the fact that most NASA centers' telephone systems needed upgrading to create a new environment that supports the vision of se- curely working anywhere, anytime. He also led the creation of a mobility strat- egy with participation by stakeholders throughout NASA and input from the commercial sector. After testing his strategies, he approached NASA's Senior Management Council for funding. On the strength of his proposal, he was given $28 million to implement his ideas, and he did all that in nine months. His efforts will signi cantly improve IT security and revolutionize how NASA provides IT services. THE FEDERAL 100 36 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM CDR Jason A. Ortiz Todd Park Kshemendra N. Paul Luanne Pavco Sasi K. Pillay
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