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FCW : March 30, 2014
10 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM FEDERAL 100 JUDGES FCW receives hundreds of nominations for the Federal 100, and an independent panel of judges reviews every one to identify the most worthy winners each year. The experts, many of them past winners themselves, are the Federal 100's "secret sauce, " and FCW is grateful for their time and expertise. This year's panel is pro led below. Daniel J. Chenok Executive Director IBM Center for the Business of Government At IBM, Chenok combines his deep knowledge of how government works with his business experience in the pri- vate sector. He started his career in government as branch chief for information policy and technology at the Of ce of Management and Budget and moved to the private sector in 2003. Priscilla Guthrie Special Command Adviser U.S. Cyber Command Back in government since May 2012, Guthrie's work in federal IT spans a wide range of both public- and private- sector roles. She has served as CIO for the Intelligence Community and deputy CIO at the Defense Department, and supported the House Appropriations Committee's Surveys and Investigations Cyber Study. She spent 30 years at TRW before entering public service and more recently worked at ViaSat and the Institute for Defense Analyses. Terry Halvorsen CIO Department of the Navy Halvorsen, now in his fourth year as Navy CIO, began his career as an Army second lieutenant. He shifted to civilian civil service in 1985 and has held a wide range of ex- ecutive positions at the Navy, including deputy commander for Navy Cyber Forces and deputy commander for the Naval Network Warfare Command. His rst Senior Executive Ser- vice position was executive director of the Naval Personnel Development Command, and training and workforce devel- opment have been particular points of emphasis throughout his career. David McClure Associate Administrator Of ce of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies General Services Administration McClure is 2012's government Eagle award winner. At GSA, he leads the Obama administration's efforts to make government more accessible to the public. McClure came to GSA from Gartner, where he served as managing vice president of the govern- ment research team. He also spent 18 years at the Govern- ment Accountability Of ce, where he conducted wide-rang- ing reviews of major systems development. Luke McCormack CIO Department of Homeland Security McCormack, who had been the Justice Department's CIO since 2012, returned to DHS in December. Before moving to Justice, he held a variety of positions at DHS, including CIO of Immigra- tion and Customs Enforcement. A Federal 100 winner in both 2009 and 2012 for accomplishments at DHS, he has also worked for private-sector rms such as MCI and Ford Aerospace. Lisa A. Schlosser Deputy Associate Administrator Of ce of E-Government and IT Of ce of Management and Budget In a role that is often described as the deputy U.S. CIO, Schlosser manages the of ce and the agenda for federal
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