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FCW : March 30, 2014
32 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Jon Holladay Travis Howerton Freeman Hrabowski Linda Hudson James Hird Chief of Cyber Modeling and Simulation 90th Information Operations Squadron Department of the Air Force CYBERSPACE SIMULA- TOR. Thanks to Hird, the 90th Information Opera- tions Squadron ran two cy- bersecurity training events in which participants worked as either adver- saries or defenders of a simulated network. Hird focused on creating the Distributed Mission Opera- tions Center-Cyber, which was used in conjunction with the Air Force's cyber warfare simulation center to provide a secure envi- ronment for developing and elding both offensive and defensive cyberspace- contested environments. Simulations of this degree were a rst for the Air Force. Jon Holladay Deputy Chief Financial Of cer Department of Agriculture TURNING DATA INTO INSIGHT. As deputy CFO at an agency with more than 100,000 employees and $128 billion in assets, Holladay is driving nan- cial management mod- ernization on a big scale. He helped consolidate 17 nancial management systems into one Web- based platform to provide a "single source of truth" for nancial data, said Mike Clanton, associate CFO for nancial sys- tems at USDA. Holladay also built the Budget and Performance Management System, which creates extensive analytics for 900 users in USDA's Farm Service Agency, Rural Development and Natural Resources Conservation Service. Travis Howerton Chief Technology Of cer National Nuclear Security Administration Department of Energy IaaS PIONEER. Fostering cloud and infrastructure- as-a-service capabilities at the agency that oversees nuclear security is an intimidating prospect, but Howerton reins in disrup- tive technologies and puts them to work saving time and resources. As the DOE/ NNSA RightPath program manager, he has been im- plementing YOURcloud, an online portal that lets DOE employees request and use servers, desktops and IT services while testing a bring-your-own-device environment. The program is expected to save $70 million a year. Freeman Hrabowski President University of Maryland, Baltimore County STEM SPECIALIST. Under Hrabowski's lead- ership, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County has been trans- formed into a hotbed of science, technology, engineering and math edu- cation. About 40 percent of UMBC graduates are STEM majors. Hrabowski is an evangelist for math and sciences and has pushed to establish schol- arship programs to attract minorities and women and to encourage budding scientists to devote some of their careers to teach- ing in public schools. And he's not just encouraging students to master their elds. He's also passionate about fostering the kind of collaboration and team building that produce suc- cess in the workplace. Linda Hudson CEO BAE Systems SELLING STEM'S IMPORTANCE. Hudson, who retired from BAE on Feb. 1, was the rst woman CEO of a major defense contractor. She engineered a shift in strat- egy from supplying weap- ons systems to supplying services that support the systems already in place. BAE reshaped its business model and won a number of large services contracts in 2013. Hudson has also been a consistent champi- on of education in science, technology, engineering and math. STEM workers are one of the nation's "greatest natural resourc- es, " Hudson said in recent speech, and a renewable one --- "but only if we choose to renew it. " THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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