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FCW : March 30, 2013
THE FEDERAL 100 44 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Eric Strom Tom Suder Amy Taylor Wolf Tombe Irving "Mac" Townsend Eric Strom Unit Chief Cyber Initiative and Resource Fusion Unit FBI Cyber sleuth. Strom's job might sound like a spy novel, but the work has real-world consequences. His team of experts inves- tigates and prosecutes cyber criminals who target government systems and threaten national security. In his behind-the-scenes role, Strom has been a key player in hundreds of ar- rests in the past four years. His success, colleagues say, is due in part to a well- choreographed partnership with the private sector. As liaison to the National Cyber-Forensics and Train- ing Alliance, Strom has been a quiet and effective leader in ensuring that cyber intelligence can be shared and swiftly used. Tom Suder President Mobilegov Government mobility guru. A vocal advocate of federal mobility, Suder got involved with several high- pro le projects in 2012. When the Federal Mobile Computing Summit was on the verge of cancel- lation, Suder stepped in to organize and manage it --- just 10 weeks before the doors opened. He also helped the ACT-IAC Advanced Mobility Work- ing Group, of which he is co-chairman, become a valuable resource to the government. Suder "was the major catalyst in the transformation of a small mobility committee into a very in uential govern- ment/industry mobility working group, " said Rick Holgate, CIO at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Fire- arms and Explosives. Amy Taylor CIO Treasury Department Making it easier to follow the money. Taylor spear- headed the Bank Secrecy Act IT Modernization Pro- gram at Treasury's Finan- cial Crimes Enforcement Network. Now nearing completion, the ve-year effort has signi cantly improved FinCEN's IT in- frastructure and enhanced the ability of hundreds of law enforcement and other stakeholder agencies to analyze nancial data to detect and prevent nan- cial crimes. "This project, which Amy successfully led, is a model for govern- ment at its best, in times when tough choices must be made, " said former Fin- CEN director James Freis. Wolf Tombe Chief Technology Of cer U.S. Customs and Border Protection Department of Homeland Security Border security for the 21st century. Tombe is trans- forming CBP's technology landscape and its con- nection to the rest of DHS through efforts that in- clude migrating the agen- cy's applications to DHS data centers, transitioning from legacy systems to open-source technology, and focusing on agility and the enterprise. Tombe exponentially increased both technology reuse and retirement, in addition to contributing to $8 million in cost avoidance. "What he's been doing pursuant to IT is becoming more relevant and important in this era of funding cuts, " said Sky Basu, executive vice president of Chakra- barti Management Consul- tancy Inc. Irving "Mac" Townsend Senior Technical Of cer for Data Management Defense Intelligence Agency Orion's founding father. Extracting actionable intel- ligence in a sea of infor- mation is a top challenge for analysts and others in the defense community. Enter Townsend, who in the span of 16 months led the building of Orion, a key system for fusing, in- terpreting and visualizing data. With capabilities for tagging, commenting and highlighting information, Orion is built on open- source technology and is exible enough to deploy worldwide. "The insights garnered from Orion will help prevent strategic surprise and deliver a deci- sion advantage to war- ghters, defense planners and policy-makers, " said Karina Babcock, customer programs and marketing manager at Cloudera.
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