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Joann Cecere Alan Chvotkin Randy Cieslak Nani Coloretti James Cook 22 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Joann Cecere Director of Software Asset Management National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency PROCUREMENT PER- FECTER. With only three months to formulate and award NGA's rst software contract for the entire intel- ligence community, Cecere aligned the agency's software asset manage- ment operations with the Intelligence Community IT Enterprise Strategy and collapsed multiple software agreements into a single contract. She worked long hours to understand NGA's licenses and researched many of the other intel- ligence agencies' holdings. The resulting contract saved $1 million in main- tenance renewals in just eight months, and NGA leaders say it will serve as a model for other agencies to emulate. Alan Chvotkin Executive Vice President and Counsel Professional Services Council FEDERAL PILOT. Chvot- kin knows the federal contracting landscape like an experienced ship's captain knows how to navi- gate a particularly dif cult seaport. In 2013, he helped guide industry through the triple shoals of seques- tration, debt ceiling and government shutdown. He sought to minimize the im- pact those activities might have on the federal IT com- munity by setting up online resources for contractors and government agencies. He also incorporated secu- rity standards into acquisi- tion planning and contract administration, with input from the General Services Administration, the De- fense Department and the Department of Homeland Security. Randy Cieslak CIO U.S. Paci c Command Department of Defense MODERNIZING AND TRANSFORMING IT. Cieslak's work affects 300,000 troops in the Pa- ci c theater, whether he is developing a strategy for a shared network infrastruc- ture, solutions for classi ed information sharing or a streamlined process for security certi cation and accreditation. His efforts also include an operational evaluation of the Defense Information Systems Agency's Common Mission Network Transport, which provides secure coalition communications in the eld. "The achievements made under Cieslak's lead- ership are not only improv- ing IT service in the Paci c theater, but throughout the defense community, " said Navy CIO Terry Halvorsen. "PACOM is showing the way to modernization and transformation of IT infra- structure and signi cantly enhanced information security. " Nani Coloretti Assistant Secretary for Management Department of the Treasury QUICK STUDY. In just over a year on the job, Col- oretti distinguished herself on public-facing projects and government infrastruc- ture initiatives. She spear- headed the effort to make more Treasury information available on Data.gov and other websites to help track spending. A modernization project moved Treasury's website to a public cloud --- a federal agency rst. She also plotted a new IT strategy to create central- ized management access to procurement, human resources, IT and budget data, and implemented a content management sys- tem that allows employees to collaborate on docu- ments via SharePoint. James Cook Vice President and Director Center for Enterprise Modernization The MITRE Corp. MR. MODERNIZA- TION. As a nonpro t and congressionally chartered organization, MITRE does not operate like most IT rms. That makes it a per- fect home for Cook, who has long seen agency con- tracts as a means to bring sustained innovation and improved performance rather than as ends unto themselves. In 2013, he took an especially active role in ACT-IAC's Insti- tute for Innovation while continuing to lead MITRE's Center for Enterprise Modernization as it sup- ports reinventions at the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Veterans Affairs and Census Bureau, among others. THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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