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FCW : March 30, 2014
Ivy Estabrooke Jane Fountain Marina Fox Maj. Gen. George J. Franz III 28 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Ivy Estabrooke Program Of cer Of ce of Naval Research Department of the Navy FUNDING THE FUTURE. Remember the movie "Minority Report, " with its precognitive policing? Estabrooke's work can sound like the real-life ver- sion. A neuroscientist, she leads programs that apply behavioral, social and computational science to national security, allowing decision-makers to identify and respond to political instability and crises before they take place. Early pro- totypes were used in 2013 after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines. Moreover, Estabrooke convinced the Navy and Defense Depart- ment to exponentially increase research funding in a time of sequesters and shutdowns --- a task argu- ably harder than predicting the future. Andrew Fairbanks Vice President Application Innovation Services IBM ACCELERATING CLOUD ADOPTION. Fairbanks leads IBM's largest federal service line, which manag- es more than 800 products for the government, and he was instrumental in bring- ing key agency custom- ers to the cloud in 2013. The force behind IBM's FedRAMP certi cation, Fairbanks also devoted signi cant time to broader education and evangelism about the bene ts of mov- ing to the cloud. He led the planning and execution of IBM's Federal Cloud In- novation Forum and was a critical partner in helping to launch IBM's Federal Cloud Innovation Center. Jane Fountain Founder and Director National Center for Digital Government University of Massachusetts Amherst COLLABORATION GURU. The bureaucracy's stovepiped structure was not designed with collabo- ration in mind. But Fountain says federal managers can work across boundaries despite daunting structural constraints. Her in uential report, "Implementing Cross-Agency Collabora- tion: A Guide for Federal Managers, " published by the IBM Center for the Business of Government, details how managers can use professional networks and communications skills to build new processes and capacities into the hidebound machine of government. Her conclu- sions helped inform the recommendations of the Administrative Conference of the United States in its December meeting on how agencies can improve collaboration. Marina Fox Digital Analytics Program Manager Of ce of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies General Services Administration MEASURING TO MAN- AGE. Fox led the charge in launching the Digital Analytics Program so that 28 agencies could consis- tently analyze traf c on more than 3,000 federal websites --- from the most public-facing ones, such as USA.gov and Data.gov, down to site subdomains. And she did it in less than 10 months. Furthermore, Fox is the government's chief liaison with Google Analytics for the company's largest implementation on a single account, which it provides at no cost to the government. She has also created more than 100 custom dashboards to help agencies make sense of their data. Maj. Gen. George J. Franz III Commander Cyber National Mission Force U.S. Cyber Command SPEARHEADING CYBER. Franz is respon- sible for the development, structure, training and operations of the nation's emerging cyber mission forces, but he goes beyond those requirements in coordinating the cyber build-up across the military services. He produced the rst cyber forces concept of operations and success- fully lobbied to prioritize cyber spending. Hailed as the command's foremost expert and problem-solver in the development of U.S. cyber forces, Franz is cred- ited with leading an emerg- ing national cyber force that hit the ground running and continues to grow. THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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