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FCW : March 30, 2014
Edward Johnson Kathleen Kaluzienski Daniel Kent Steven B. Kousen Michael Krieger Edward Johnson Chief Financial Of cer Federal Emergency Management Agency Department of Homeland Security FEMA FINANCIAL OVERHAUL. Johnson led what his admirers called a herculean effort to continue overhauling FEMA's core nancial system as part of his mission to modernize the agency's aging Inte- grated Financial Manage- ment Information System. He completed a major technological refresh of the 20-year-old Cobol-based system and bypassed expensive one-time xes and replacements with two Web-based virtual machines that separate ap- plications and databases. Thanks to his work, data used to provide nancial assistance to individuals and communities affected by disasters is now more accessible and secure. Kathleen Kaluzienski NMCI Lead Customer Technical Representative Naval Sea Systems Command Department of the Navy CONTINUITY OUT OF CHAOS. Nothing was normal in the wake of the Navy Yard shootings last September, but Kaluzienski and her team ensured that critical IT infrastructure was in place almost immedi- ately, and they extended email access for 2,500 displaced employees at numerous interim facilities. "The Navsea mission is crucial for the Navy, " said Bill Toti, vice president and account executive for the Navy and Marine Corps at HP Enterprise Services. "Kaluzienski's leadership was essential to ensure continuity...and allow displaced Navsea users to resume critical operations quickly. " Daniel Kent Senior Director of Systems Engineering and Chief Technology Of cer U.S. Public Sector Cisco Systems THE CYBER PATRIOT. Kent has been instrumental in the success of the Cyber- Patriot program, a national cyber defense competition created by the Air Force Association to inspire high school students to pursue careers in cybersecurity and other science, tech- nology, engineering and mathematics disciplines. Kent works with almost 2,000 high schools around the country to provide the infrastructure necessary to enable collaboration for the event. At Cisco, he broke down corporate walls to create partnerships with other vendors and nd new and innovative approaches to help agencies achieve their missions under tight budget constraints. Steven B. Kousen Vice President Cloud Email and Collaboration Services Unisys Federal Systems CLOUD CHAMPION. Kousen has a long history of moving agencies from outdated legacy applica- tions to more secure and exible cloud-based systems. He has become a trusted source on how to achieve agencies' goals within strict budget and security constraints. And his in uence stretches beyond the technical side: He also advises policy groups and research panels at the Brookings Institution on the best methods for cloud acquisitions, and he has worked closely with the House Oversight and Government Reform Com- mittee on cloud computing legislation. Michael Krieger Deputy CIO Department of the Army BUZZWORD BEATER. Krieger has played a key role in some of the Defense Department's biggest IT transformations, including unprecedented advances in enterprise email, data center consoli- dation, uni ed communi- cations, mobility and the Joint Information Environ- ment. All are buzzwords today, but not so long ago, they were less-than- popular Army initiatives that rocked the status quo. Thanks to Krieger's work, those initiatives have led to dramatic changes in the Army's IT infrastructure, signi cant cost savings, the free ow of informa- tion and the rise of a new era in enterprise IT. March 30, 2014 FCW.COM 35 THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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