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FCW : March 30, 2014
Maj. Linus J. Barloon II Charles Bartoldus Gary Bass Martin Beckman John Bergin 16 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Maj. Linus J. Barloon II Cyberspace Of cer White House Communications Agency EXPERT AND EXPLAIN- ER. There are countless people in government who like to talk cybersecurity, but Barloon is one of the precious few who can both drive the execution and explain the challenges to laymen. He revolutionized WHCA's cyber program by consolidating opera- tions and staff from four directorates into a single organization for real-time cyber analysis and defense. And while defending the network used by the president, he also collabo- rated with everyone from the Senate Cyber Work- ing Group to Air National Guard units to promote measurable, repeatable risk-based approaches. Charles Bartoldus Senior Director of Information Sharing and Safeguarding National Security Staff Executive Of ce of the President DETAIL MAN. Converting a presidential directive on information sharing into detailed policy sounds a bit like herding cats. The effort included coordinat- ing 16 teams, each focused on a strategic priority that involved federal agencies and state, local, tribal and private partners. Finalizing the Strategic Implementa- tion Plan for the National Strategy for Information Sharing and Safeguard- ing meant Bartoldus had to confront long-standing policy and technology challenges while dealing with the pressures of se- questration. He did it all by engaging stakeholders and crafting a policy that ad- dresses the fast-evolving threat picture. Gary Bass Executive Director Bauman Foundation ADVOCATES' ADVO- CATE. Bass founded the watchdog organiza- tion OMB Watch, now known as the Center for Effective Government, and has worked for civic engagement and better government at the Bauman Foundation, a Washington- based grant-giving organi- zation, since 2011. In 2013, Bass brought together the public interest community to provide constructive and coherent feedback on the Obama administra- tion's transparency agenda, particularly with regard to public spending. As one Federal 100 judge noted, "Gary pulled together transparency advocates to make their input effective in a way it never would have been individually. " Martin Beckman Director of IT Operations Smithsonian Institution THE PANDA-CAM MAN. Viewers streaming foot- age of the National Zoo's panda cub Bao Bao might not know it, but they have Beckman to thank for the quality and reliability of that video feed. His mod- ernization plan trans- formed the Smithsonian's IT infrastructure, increased bandwidth and reduced congestion, making it possible for the Smithson- ian museums to handle more than 100 million visitors to their websites. The improvements also accelerated the digitization of museum collections and helped lower costs by $1 million a year. Beckman's work is crucial to trans- forming the Smithsonian into a digitally connected institution that reaches virtual visitors worldwide. John Bergin Data Analysis Specialist Booz Allen Hamilton PUSHING BOUNDAR- IES. Working as a support contractor, Bergin shared his expertise in cloud com- puting, data center con- solidation and IT ef cien- cies, which proved to be a key driver in the Navy's efforts to reduce spending by $2 billion. Besides help- ing to guide consolidation efforts, he also pushed for the service's rst com- mercial cloud contract and improved transparency through the Department of the Navy's IT Ef cien- cies Dashboard. Bergin's readiness to challenge the status quo, ask the tough questions and bring data to the discussion for well- informed decisions is help- ing the Navy tackle what of cials call one of the service's biggest problems: culture change. THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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