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Col. Patrick W. Burden Project Manager General Fund Enterprise Business System U.S. Army CORNERSTONE OF A TURNAROUND. GFEBS is one of the Defense Department's largest and most successful enter- prise resource planning systems --- and a bright spot in a struggling part of the military back of ce. Burden's focus on people ensured the success of the $1.8 billion program. He "took over a program that lacked stability due to frequent changes in senior leadership and was the cornerstone of a remark- able turnaround, " said Doug Wiltsie, the Army's program executive of cer for enterprise information systems. "For the rst time, Army and DOD leaders have real-time visibility into Army nancial data, providing the foundation for informed decision- making. " Bryan Burnett CIO National Labor Relations Board INNOVATING UNDER PRESSURE. Keeping an agency's IT running is not often a Federal 100- worthy accomplishment, but budgetary and political challenges made even normal operations a hercu- lean task for the National Labor Relations Board in 2013. And Burnett did more than just maintain: He reduced core IT expendi- tures by $2 million and led his agency in adopting a uni ed case management system that replaced 12 legacy systems, cut down on duplicate efforts and streamlined document management. More than 80 percent of the board's employees use the Next Generation Case Manage- ment System, and the rest will adopt it by the end of 2014. Michael Butler Deputy Director of Identity Services and Personnel Assurance Defense Manpower Data Center Department of Defense ICAM EVANGELIST. But- ler cut out the middleman in making DOD mobile, securing devices for use on unsecured networks without a proprietary third party. David Wennergren, former deputy CIO at DOD, has hailed Butler as the go-to person for innova- tive approaches to identity management. And his work extends beyond the Penta- gon. Rob Palmer, director of information assurance at the Department of Home- land Security, said Butler's drive to capitalize on iden- tity, credential and access management technology has spread awareness of ICAM across government. Jonathan Cantor Deputy Chief Privacy Of cer Department of Homeland Security PRIVACY PROTECTOR. If DHS used the desig- nated hitter rule, Cantor would ably ll the posi- tion. He stepped into one of the department's most dif cult posts in early 2013 --- acting chief of the Privacy Of ce. The focus on safeguarding personal information has increased across government and so have the challenges. But Cantor immediately set about building an effec- tive program that is now serving as a model for other agencies. He has also been an energetic advo- cate for governmentwide privacy committees at the CIO Council and the White House. David Carroll Chief Security Architect Department of Homeland Security MOBILE MASTER. As- sembling a standard, secure mobile computing platform is hard enough, but putting one together in a year to serve the entire federal government could be a prescription for disaster. Carroll took it as a chance to shine. To meet the Digital Government Strategy's deadline for developing a mobile and wireless security baseline, Carroll did not create a new solution from scratch but instead tapped existing strategies. He worked with more than 21 government organizations to create a platform that has won the approval of DHS, the Justice Department, the Defense Department, the General Services Adminis- tration and other agencies. THE FEDERAL 100 2014 18 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Col. Patrick W. Burden Bryan Burnett Michael Butler Jonathan Cantor David Carroll
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