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FCW : March 30, 2013
Steven VanRoekel U.S. CIO Of ce of Management and Budget The digital strategist. Us- ing "innovating with less" as his mantra, VanRoekel championed efforts to transform the federal sec- tor into a 21st-century gov- ernment by harnessing the power of technology. His key initiatives --- the Digital Government Strategy and PortfolioStat --- are chang- ing how the government does business and making agencies more effective by taking advantage of the newest technologies. VanRoekel has repeatedly sought to demonstrate that IT should be viewed as a strategic asset rather than discretionary spending. His leadership has helped OMB tackle notorious govern- ment stovepipes while strengthening the federal CIO community as a whole. Philip R. Wenger Lead for MAX Planning and Security Deputy Policy Lead for Budget Formulation and Execution Of ce of Management and Budget The architect behind the scenes. Wenger has been the driving force behind the success of MAX. gov, a suite of shared IT services. His work has enabled readily available, low-cost solutions for secure interagency col- laboration, data collection and authentication. His efforts have boosted the ef ciency of the federal IT community and advanced the adoption of federal pro- grams for identity manage- ment and access. "Phil's nomination falls into the 'unsung heroes' category of people who work in the background and yet make a profound differ- ence through their depth of knowledge, insight and initiative, " said Andrew Schoenbach, chief of OMB's Budget Systems Branch. THE FEDERAL 100 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM 45 The advance of virtualization puts the focus on infrastructure needs Desktop virtualization has it s own infrastructure needs If you want virtualization success, look to storage IT skills needed for virtualization are familiar but different The bene ts for virtualization are obvious but still need to be sold Sponsored by Iron Bow Technologies and NetApp TOPICS INCLUDE: A VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE Read the full report at: FCW.COM/2013VirtualInfra Special Report Steven VanRoekel Philip R. Wenger
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