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Danny Werfel Controller Of ce of Federal Financial Management Of ce of Management and Budget A "constant civil serv- ant. " Werfel oversaw the integration of technology with other management disciplines and became the designated testi- er before Congress on myriad IT issues. Known as "Mr. Shutdown, "he spearheaded the plan- ning for debt ceiling and sequestration impacts, and was in uential in multiple migrations of nancial management systems to modular approaches. "Danny is a constant civil servant who cares deeply about the improvement of government and the stewardship of taxpayer dollars to ensure we're not spending money on things that don't work, " said Dan Chenok, executive director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government. Christopher E. Wilson Vice President and Counsel for Communications, Privacy and Internet Policy TechAmerica Consensus builder for big data. Wilson is a pro at bringing diverse groups together and making things happen. At Tech- America, he is the policy expert on Internet issues and also runs several com- mittees. In addition to his day job, Wilson took on the role of staff director for the TechAmerica Foundation's Big Data Commission and worked closely with government and industry leaders to build consensus and develop a strategy for big-data solutions. The commission's recommen- dations are helping agen- cies manage their data and establish a vision for the future. Douglas K. Wiltsie Program Executive Of cer for Enterprise Information Systems Department of the Army Program wrangler. The scope of programs under Wiltsie's purview is enough to make most mortals shudder. He leads an organization with more than 40 acquisi- tion programs that cross all domains. He works with an unprecedented 15 functional stakehold- ers to build a cohesive team and foster informa- tion sharing. The results speak for themselves. Take, for instance, the ve major enterprise resource planning systems, two of which achieved signi cant acquisition milestones last year. The $8 billion invest- ment improved nancial management and visibility of global assets for the service, allowing Army leaders to make better decisions. Tim Young Senior Manager Deloitte Consulting Off-stage sage. Young, who worked in the Of ce of Management and Budget from 2003 to 2008 on e- government and IT policy issues, has a lot of knowl- edge and government experience that he now shares with the public- sector and IT communities. He has been a strong ad- viser to a number of gov- ernment and community leaders, but in a quiet way, and he has been involved with various cloud com- puting initiatives and com- missions. "He has given time back to the private- and public-sector commu- nities, " said Trey Hodgkins, senior vice president of the global public sector at TechAmerica. THE FEDERAL 100 46 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM Danny Werfel Christopher E. Wilson Douglas K. Wiltsie Tim Young
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