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FCW : March 30, 2014
4 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM will be some great stories to tell, but they won't be complete until next year. " L'affaire Snowden, on the other hand, lacked any such silver lining. There are those who think that Snowden brought positive change through his disclosures, but they're much easier to spot at SXSW than in the federal IT community. And they were certainly nowhere to be found among the judges. For NSA, it was a straight-up cybersecurity failure and a case study on worst practices for guarding against insider threats. There will surely be individuals who develop new and better big- data solutions for national security to replace the ones that Snowden exposed, but it's a safe bet they won't be telling us about them in future Federal 100 nominations. And yet... Most of the great work done in agencies and in the rms that support them has always taken place under the radar. The fact that this year's headlines featured IT troubles, rather than no federal IT at all, does not diminish all the extraordinary efforts that did take place in 2013. In the pages that follow, you will nd 100 women and men who pushed through major programs in the face of furloughs and frozen budgets, those who built systems that headed off disasters both cyber and human, and others who pulled off the impossible to keep things running when the worst did happen. There are billion-dollar successes and several innovations initiated with no budget at all. We have winners who have prompted their colleagues to think about challenges in entirely new ways and winners who are transforming Americans' impressions of their government. In short, what these 100 winners represent --- along with the 2,400 who have come before them --- is the element of government that is all too often overlooked. Each of them proves that one person armed with suitable amounts of smarts, dedication and an appropri- ate dash of stubbornness can make great things happen. We need more of these people. We should celebrate the ones we have and work to encourage more of them in the years to come. --- THE EDITORS FEDERAL 100 Most of the great work done in agencies and in the firms that support them has always taken place under the radar.
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