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FCW : March 30, 2013
THE FEDERAL 100 42 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Edward D. Slevin Tiffany L. Smith Tomas J. Soderstrom Stan Soloway Richard A. Spires Edward D. Slevin Director of the Computer Assisted Assessment Techniques Division Education Department Fraud investigator. Slevin launched the EFraud Proj- ect to help root out student aid recipients suspected of fraud. He not only identi- ed a way to automate an unwieldy amount of infor- mation to guide audits and investigations, but also de- veloped systems that use statistical and mathemati- cal techniques to discover and predict anomalies that point to fraud. Slevin's analytical risk model has already uncovered tens of millions of dollars in prob- able fraud loss. As a result of his innovative work, the Education Department now incorporates fraud- detection methodologies into its organizational processes and operational environment. Tiffany L. Smith Deputy Chief Knowledge Leadership Division State Department The digital diplomat. Smith is a visionary leader of the core innovations launched by the Of ce of eDiplo- macy. She brings a rare combination of insight into social media, extensive technical skills and ener- getic leadership to the chal- lenge of improving State's knowledge management. Last year, she managed the creation of a new dash- board, now in beta, that allows State employees to collect foreign affairs infor- mation from the Internet and internal sources and share it across department systems and eDiplomacy platforms. Her innova- tive use of technology to facilitate collaboration has enhanced State's effective- ness in foreign affairs. Tomas J. Soderstrom Chief Technology Of cer for IT Jet Propulsion Laboratory NASA NASA's cloud strategist. Soderstrom oversees the deployment of cloud computing technologies for the Mars Science Labora- tory missions, among other areas. In 2012, with JPL struggling to deal with the onslaught of data gener- ated by missions in the solar system and on Earth, Soderstrom implemented a cloud strategy designed to cost-effectively expand the lab's IT resources while re- ducing the risks associated with capital investments. His actions turned JPL into a model smart user of cloud technology. The organiza- tion now handles upwards of 100 terabytes of data and dozens of applications in the cloud, freeing employ- ees to focus on the mission. Stan Soloway President and CEO Professional Services Council The voice of reason. Early on, Soloway took an un- wavering position on the negative impact of the s- cal cliff and sequestration on government and indus- try --- speaking frequently and with clarity throughout 2012. He had a clear vision of what would happen if the federal budget issues were not resolved, and he alerted federal contractors and government lead- ers to the pain everyone would suffer. Soloway's willingness to speak out as soon as the problems arose made him a leading voice for industry, said Dan Chenok, executive director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government. Richard A. Spires CIO Department of Homeland Security Leading at DHS and beyond. Spires has driven the maturation of his sprawling department's IT portfolio and program governance, and brought signi cant improvements in IT program delivery and alignment with Obama administration goals under the TechStat and Portfolio- Stat initiatives. In addition, Spires has been a leader in driving cross-government initiatives in his role as vice chairman of the CIO Council and co-chairman of the Committee on National Security Systems. At CNSS, his leadership has resulted in enhanced transparency for civilian agency activities and marked progress on critical shared services.
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