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FCW : March 30, 2014
Emery Csulak Marilyn Crouther Michael Daniel Rear Adm. Robert E. Day, Jr. Kevin Deeley 24 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Marilyn Crouther Senior Vice President and General Manager U.S. Public Sector HP Enterprise Services BEYOND THE CON- TRACT. Crouther is a premier leader who drives innovation and growth for the public and private sec- tors alike. She increased HP's U.S. Public Sector con- tract values signi cantly in 2013 but earned a Federal 100 award for working to make her community as successful as her company. Crouther was instrumental in the launch of HP's Vet- eran Employment Resource Network and also gave her time and energy to bene t the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and the Ameri- can Heart Association's Greater Washington Heart Walk. Emery Csulak Deputy Chief Information Security Of cer Department of Homeland Security CHANGING THE CYBER- SECURITY GAME. Csulak has added to his agency's arsenal of cybersecu- rity weapons. Recognizing that Federal Information Security Management Act measures were limited, he fashioned an operational security model that builds on the National Institute of Standards and Technology's work. The result was an operational security pilot program that the Of ce of Management and Bud- get adopted in a game- changing effort that goes beyond the federal security status quo. DHS' inspector general hailed the program as a transition from a static paperwork-driven system to a dynamic framework for risk-based security information on demand. Michael Daniel Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator Executive Of ce of the President CYBER FORCE. Daniel is the face of the White House's activities on cybersecurity. He has helped lead President Barack Obama's executive order on cybersecurity to fruition and then champi- oned it across the country. He has also been involved in the development of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's cybersecurity guidance, the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, and related activities at the Department of Homeland Security and National Security Agency. Supporters say Daniel's effectiveness stems from years of experience with intelligence community budgeting at the Of ce of Management and Budget, which gives him a unique expertise in intelligence issues and how they inter- sect with cybersecurity. Rear Adm. Robert E. Day Jr. Assistant Commandant for C4IT and Commander Coast Guard Cyber Command U.S. Coast Guard TWO FOR ONE. Day is a multitasker's multi- tasker, even by Washington standards. He leads two major programs, either of which would be a handful by itself. He established the Coast Guard Cyber Command and oversaw the service's move to the Department of Homeland Security's St. Elizabeths campus. For the move, he had to make sure com- mand, control, commu- nications, computers and IT capabilities for 1,400 employees remained in ship shape. As leader of the Coast Guard Cyber Command, he supported ground-up development of critical infrastructure operations. Kevin Deeley Deputy CIO Department of Justice SECURITY WONK. Dee- ley had a big year. He lled in as acting CIO at Justice while contributing his expertise to broad efforts to secure federal networks. He was a leader on the Information Security and Identity Management Committee at the CIO Council, which convened CIOs and chief information security of cers to de- velop new policy that was released by the Of ce of Management and Budget in November. The policy coincided with the launch of a governmentwide cybersecurity contract for continuous diagnostics and mitigation. Fans say Deeley is more than a team player --- he steps up to the plate and delivers in the clutch. THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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