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March 30, 2014 FCW.COM 25 THE FEDERAL 100 2014 Joseph Demarest Assistant Director Cyber Division Federal Bureau of Investigation GUARDING THE CYBER GATES. Demarest is the FBI's point man in the ght against cyberattacks and cyber spying. His col- laboration efforts provide cyberattack victims with information they can use to ght back. In the past year, the Cyber Division underwent a major shift, narrowing its focus from all computer-related crime to only computer intru- sions, which the FBI called the most signi cant cyber threat facing the United States. Demarest has also been a driving force in creating partnerships with the private sector and law enforcement to identify and disrupt growing cyber threats through his work on the FBI's Next Genera- tion Cyber Initiative. James (Jim) P. Derr Director of Aviation Services Information Systems and Global Solutions Lockheed Martin IMPROVED SAFETY AND BIG SAVINGS. Derr oversees a program that is on track to save the Federal Aviation Administration $2 billion over 10 years. He helped consolidate 58 ight locations into ve networks by automating ight brief- ings and moving com- munication tasks between specialists and pilots, along with weather updates and other information, from a telephone- and radio-based process to the Web. As a result, "specialists remain focused on providing safe- ty brie ngs instead of man- aging phones, and pilots generally wait just seconds to talk to a specialist when they call, " said Sandra Samuel, vice president of transportation solutions at Lockheed Martin. Norman Dong Interim Controller Of ce of Management and Budget SHARED-SERVICES EVANGELIST. Dong took over as interim controller in the spring of 2013, when Danny Werfel was detailed to the Internal Revenue Service. Dong inherited responsibility for changing the way the government approaches nancial man- agement. Most notably, he issued an OMB policy that experts say has changed the game for nancial man- agement shared services. Under Dong's guidance, OMB has moved from a complex system of techni- cal requirements for nan- cial management systems toward an outcomes-based approach, and shifted much of the oversight of nancial systems requirements to the Treasury Department's Of ce of Financial Innova- tion and Transformation. Daniel Dougherty Vice President Federal Division EMC Corp. VETERANS' WAR- FIGHTER. Dougherty is on a mission to improve veterans' opportunities in the workforce. He made sure EMC played a found- ing role in the 100,000 Jobs Mission, an organization focused on hiring veter- ans. The 126 participating companies have hired 92,869 veterans for corpo- rate positions. Dougherty also represents EMC on the White House's Joining Forces initiative, which pro- vides support for military families, and has offered his insight into successful ways to transition veterans from battle elds to of ces. His efforts are leading to a shift in corporate America's attitudes toward veterans. Judith Douglas Client Industry Executive HP Enterprise Services BRIDGING THE PARTI- SAN DIVIDE. Douglas deftly navigates the parti- sanship and competition that are part of Washing- ton's culture. As a member of ACT-IAC's Executive Committee, she helped launch initiatives to pro- mote shared services and innovation in technology governance. She advo- cated new virtual technolo- gies for government and industry to collaborate, regardless of geography or travel policies, and championed effort to sup- port small businesses. Her skills and commitment connected the necessary processes, people and principles, allowing her work to override the divide between the public and private sectors. Joseph Demarest James (Jim) P. Derr Norman Dong Daniel Dougherty Judith Douglas
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