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FCW : March 30, 2014
Letitia Long David Lucien Donald Matheson Maj. Gen. Earl Matthews 38 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Letitia Long Director National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency IMMERSIVE INTELLI- GENCE. Long wants NGA analysts to be able to "live within the data" the agency collects by 2020, and NGA made great strides toward that goal in 2013 thanks to Long's vision and leader- ship. She helped establish a rm foundation for integrated intelligence, the highest priority of the director of national intel- ligence, via the Map of the World. The platform is the agency's backbone for geospatial efforts and the intelligence community's foundation for object-based production environments. Everything she does fol- lows the theme of turning NGA from a static products producer to an indispens- able provider of dynamic geo-intelligence content, analysis and services. David Lucien CEO DCL Associates VETERAN SUPPORTER. At a time when agencies and contractors alike are struggling to nd top-notch IT talent, unemployment among post-9/11 veterans is nearly one-third higher than in the general popula- tion. Lucien is working to solve both problems in tan- dem. He was the primary force behind the Northern Virginia Technology Coun- cil's Veterans Employment Initiative, which launched last August. The initiative, which has attracted a wide range of sponsors in the community, matches veter- ans with jobs, mentorships and certi cations --- and supports companies in their efforts to hire, train and retain veterans. More than 800,000 veteran résumés are now in the talent pool. Heather Maloy Deputy Commissioner for Services and Enforcement Internal Revenue Service TAX MANAGER. When Of ce of Management and Budget Controller Danny Werfel was detailed to lead the IRS, he selected Maloy as a key deputy. She was a seasoned career executive and had served as com- missioner of the IRS' Large Business and International Division for more than three years. Among her new challenges was stabi- lizing the beleaguered Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division, which was reeling from allegations that it had used politically charged criteria to screen applications for tax-exempt status. Using IT and Lean Six Sigma management techniques, Maloy helped streamline the applica- tion process and speed up initial determinations. Donald Matheson Deputy Executive Director of Engineering and Operations Customs and Border Protection Department of Homeland Security AGILE ADVOCATE. Un- der Matheson's direction, CBP's C3E modernization effort transformed the agency's core operations by allowing security- oriented capabilities to be deployed in real time. CBP used agile techniques in developing the program and was among the rst agencies to do so, placing it in the ranks of cutting- edge Silicon Valley compa- nies, Matheson's admirers say. The C3E cloud initiative reduced the agency's op- erations and maintenance costs by 55 percent and slashed the time needed to provision new services from several weeks to a few hours. Maj. Gen. Earl Matthews Director of Cyberspace Operations Of ce of Information Dominance and CIO Of ce of the Secretary of the Air Force U.S. Air Force DEVELOPING NEXT-GEN AIRMEN. The Air Force's cyberspace workforce de- velopment plan targets the next crop of service mem- bers specializing in cyber. Matthews has realigned specialties and identi- ed existing programs to recruit and retain cyber- space expertise. The result is signi cant progress toward achieving a goal to shape the 45,000-member cyberspace workforce. Matthews "engages on a personal level with his team and deftly coaches them to explore solutions they previously had not considered, " said John Heidenreich, executive of cer at Air Force Cyber Operations. THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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