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FCW : March 30, 2014
30 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM THE FEDERAL 100 2014 Randy Fuerst President and Chief Operating Of cer Oceus Networks BROADBAND INNO- VATOR. Under Fuerst's leadership, Oceus Net- works became the rst company to provide 4G LTE mobile solutions at the secret level for the Defense Department. A ship-to-ship communications project for the Naval Air Systems Command used Oceus' Xiphos tool, a rapidly deployable broadband solution. For the Federal Communications Com- mission, Oceus and Space Data showed how Xiphos technology mounted on a high-altitude balloon could provide broadband cover- age to rst responders in an emergency, a crucial demonstration of the practicality of a nationwide broadband public safety network. Margie Graves Deputy CIO Department of Homeland Security TEAM FIRST. In her 11- year tenure at DHS, Graves has served in many upper- level IT management jobs. In 2013, she stepped into the acting CIO role after Richard Spires' abrupt de- parture and kept the of ce running smoothly for six months until a new leader was brought on. She testi- ed on short notice before unhappy House members, maintained her profession- alism even when Capitol Hill staffers mischaracter- ized her career at DHS and refused all press inquiries unrelated to DHS IT initia- tives. In short, Graves put the department's needs ahead of her own interests in the face of intense public scrutiny. Jennifer Gray Federal Cloud Lead for Enterprise Architecture Department of Health and Human Services SEEDING THE CLOUD. As chairwoman of the HHS cloud security group that achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Manage- ment Program certi cation for Amazon Web Services, Gray wrote the book on how agencies can lead commercial rms through the extensive, demand- ing authorization process for cloud service provid- ers, which includes 297 management and techni- cal controls. Thanks to her work, any agency can take advantage of AWS' cloud services without spending time and money on its own authorization process. Addi- tionally, agencies that want to conduct security assess- ments on cloud providers can use Gray's template for a collaborative FedRAMP certi cation process. Martin R. Gross Program Executive Of cer for Communications Defense Information Systems Agency Department of Defense ABOVE AND BEYOND. Gross led three complex software developments in 2013: two cloud comput- ing efforts that put better information in the hands of combat commanders and a major modernization of the Defense-Wide Working Capital Fund accounting system. He also developed acquisition strategies for satellite and terrestrial ca- pabilities, which will reduce the cost of connectivity while shortening the pro- curement process. And he established the of ce that is synchronizing the devel- opment of critical com- munications systems. Ac- cording to one peer, Gross' efforts were "far beyond what would be expected of a single executive. " Victor Hernandez Director of Program Management Program Executive Of ce for Enterprise Information Systems Department of the Army IT FUNDING CHAMPION. In the current budget climate, getting Congress to authorize more money for non-combat budget items at the Defense Department would seem to be an impossible task. Yet Hernandez persuaded lawmakers to provide more than $173 million for the Army to take the initial steps toward a cross-DOD network that will eventu- ally save more than $600 million. His efforts are paying dividends for the military, but his impact doesn't stop there. "He has furthered the IT commu- nity by sharing innovative grassroots acquisition and business practices, " said Doug Wiltsie, the Army's program executive of cer for enterprise information systems. Randy Fuerst Margie Graves Jennifer Gray Martin R. Gross Victor Hernandez
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