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Bernard Mazer Tim McCrosson Angela Moore Samara Moore Patty Morris Bernard Mazer CIO Department of the Interior CLOUD CONSOLIDA- TOR. Mazer developed Interior's pioneering 10- year, $10 billion Foundation Cloud Hosting Services contract, which supports multiple Obama adminis- tration initiatives, including cloud- rst, shared services, data center consolidation and mobility. FCHS also simpli es and expedites how the government tran- sitions to cloud services, resulting in cost savings, increased productivity and improved mobility. In ad- dition, Mazer led Interior's migration of more than 90,000 email users to a se- cure cloud-based collabo- ration platform in less than three months and brought nine bureaus under one IT roof by using his collab- orative leadership style to bridge Interior's distributed environment. Tim McCrosson Leader of the Agency Oversight and Implementation Team Of ce of E-Government and IT Of ce of Management and Budget KEEPING PROJECTS AGILE. McCrosson focuses on building tools to facilitate the delivery of federal IT projects and in particular has championed the agile approach to proj- ect management. He was a key contributor to OMB's modular development guidance that outlined best practices for acquiring and managing IT systems. Since then, he has worked on a data-driven model to identify cost savings in mobile procurement strate- gies while keeping tabs on agency IT spending. His fans credit his leadership, can-do attitude and analyti- cal skills with setting a new standard for excellence at OMB. Angela Moore Common Control Team Lead Department of Homeland Security CONSOLIDATING SECURITY CONTROLS. In 2013, Moore was responsible for imple- menting the framework for information security controls throughout DHS. She turned the National Institute of Standards and Technology's guidance on risk management into a practical, holistic approach to synthesizing the controls between support systems and major applications. Her work focused on clearly de- ning the security controls, ensuring that corrective actions were taken and conducting independent testing to streamline the adoption process. Along the way, she has trans- formed DHS' approach to security controls and posi- tioned the department to make better use of secure cloud-based technology. Samara Moore Director for Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection National Security Council FORGING CROSS- SECTOR CYBERSECU- RITY. As one of the White House's most public ad- vocates for cybersecurity, Moore helped develop the executive order on improv- ing critical infrastructure cybersecurity. Since the order's release in Febru- ary 2013, she has played a crucial role in guiding its implementation, ensuring that milestones were met on time and publicizing the government's progress. Moore also proved to be adept at engaging the private sector in the effort. Supporters praise her as a role model for those seeking closer cooperation between government and industry. Patty Morris Director of Technology Vision Center of Excellence A MODEL FOR MEDICAL DATA. Morris created, implemented and cur- rently oversees a registry of ocular information for service members who have sustained eye injuries while on active duty. Not only does the registry have information about diagnosis, surgical intervention and related treatment, but it also provides data for analysis on intervention ef cacy. It is the rst registry shared between the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs. Morris' model has inspired the creation of other medical registries for the military, including those related to traumatic brain injuries, extremity trauma, amputations and hearing loss. THE FEDERAL 100 2014 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM 39
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