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THE FEDERAL 100 Catherine Poole Senior Director ASI Government A calming in uence. Even before Hurricane Sandy made landfall, Poole and her team were prepping an emergency contracting toolkit designed to help federal of cials quickly ac- quire needed supplies and services while complying with procurement regula- tions. The online resource included a comprehensive guide to emergency con- tracting, answers to fre- quently asked questions, checklists, policy guidance, and access to a 24-hour help desk. ASI Government released the toolkit, which is usually available only via subscription, for free. Poole worked through the storm, enduring a power failure and ooded base- ment at home, to nish the job. David A. Powner Director of IT Management Issues Government Accountability Of ce GAO's IT watchdog. As the face of GAO for all major IT audits by the federal government, Powner has become a respected gure on Capitol Hill where he often testi es before Congress. His indepen- dent, objective reviews of federal IT management are viewed by many as some of the most constructive and candid advice CIOs can receive. In 2012, his teams brought an expe- rienced, thoughtful and respected view to GAO's IT audits and provided critical transparency and accountability in areas such as cloud computing, data center consolidation, the role of agency CIOs, IT governance, and invest- ment and project management. Scott B. Quehl Chief Financial Of cer and Assistant Secretary for Administration Commerce Department The tech-savvy CFO. Quehl is a man of many titles at Commerce. As chief acqui- sition of cer, he oversees the procurement of more than $2 billion in goods and services, and as chief human capital of cer, he is responsible for some 46,000 employees. For the federal tech community, however, he has been a force for smart IT strat- egy on the CFO Council and a crucial partner for Commerce CIO Simon Szykman. Together, the two executives radically improved their depart- ment's performance under the Federal Information Security Management Act and streamlined contracts for computers to cut costs by 35 percent. Franklin "Frank" Reeder Co-Founder Center for Internet Security Cybersecurity thought leader. Reeder served as lead author of the study "Updating U.S. Federal Cybersecurity Policy and Guidance, " released by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. It played an in uential role in of cials' development of President Barack Obama's recent executive order on cybersecurity, said Dan Chenok, executive director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government. Having that kind of impact is nothing new to Reeder. "Every year, Frank is one of the deans of the indus- try and in uences so many people, " Chenok said. Anthony Robbins Vice President of Federal Brocade A pioneer of network modernization. Robbins partnered with agencies --- the Energy Department in particular --- to use software-de ned networks as an innovative way to accommodate the need to access large amounts of data quickly and securely. DOE's collaboration with Brocade serves as a road map for other agencies seeking to overhaul their networks. Modernized networks with enhanced security are critical for the success of ambitious proj- ects such as the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative and the Digital Government Strategy. Robbins' outside-the- box thinking represents private-sector leadership at its best. 38 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Catherine Poole David A. Powner Scott B. Quehl Franklin "Frank" Reeder Anthony Robbins
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