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THE FEDERAL 100 2014 Gregory Mundell Ken O'Brien John B. Owens II Gina Pearson David Peters Gregory Mundell Senior Vice President for Business Development InfoZen FEDERAL CLOUD BRO- KER. Mundell created InfoZen's cloud broker practice and won NASA's innovative Web Enterprise Service Technology Prime contract, which provides better security, standard- ization and prices for infrastructure purchases. Under the contract, Mun- dell helped NASA migrate hundreds of websites and applications to the cloud in 2013. As a result, NASA's monthly costs for host- ing and content manage- ment software dropped by 40 percent. Mundell has become a trusted source on cloud migration and has helped agencies learn from peers who are on the cutting edge of adopting cloud-based solutions. Ken O'Brien Chief Technology Of cer Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Department of the Treasury MONEY COP. The investi- gative efforts at Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforce- ment Network rely on a backbone of technology and data to combat money laundering, track the - nancing of terrorist groups and safeguard the nancial system. O'Brien led an IT modernization push for an enterprisewide system that gives internal customers and outside users access to data collected under the Bank Secrecy Act. His efforts have helped trans- form the FinCEN database into an analytical tool used by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and nancial regulators. John B. Owens II CIO U.S. Patent and Trademark Of ce Department of Commerce TURNAROUND ARTIST. Owens, a former software engineer and technical director, has become a master technology and business strategist at an agency once viewed as be- hind the times in terms of IT. In 2013, USPTO contin- ued its transition to a near- paperless operation --- the result of a ve-year, $200 million plan Owens put together when he joined USPTO in 2008. CIOs are often known to have short tenures and typically only take on one or two large- scale projects. Owens took on nine and delivered. As a result, USPTO is now considered an innovator in government. Gina Pearson Assistant Administrator for Communications U.S. Energy Information Administration Department of Energy MAP MASTER. EIA has always collected lots of energy data, but shar- ing it was another story. Enter Pearson. Under her leadership, EIA launched a 50-layer online map that of- fers dynamic visual repre- sentations of energy infra- structure and resources at every level of government. It proved to be so popular that Pearson created the U.S. Energy Mapping Sys- tem, a customizable online national map with a wealth of options for exploring the country's energy resources. Pearson also built on exist- ing infrastructure to launch an interactive energy- disruption map that com- bines real-time weather feeds with EIA map layers to improve decision-mak- ing during storms. David Peters Deputy Director of Mobility and Niche Programs General Services Administration "FAMILY" MAN. Peters is the main reason federal agencies can now buy wireless services and devices the way most Americans do. Working in the Program Manage- ment Division of the Of ce of Network Services, he drove GSA's development and adoption of "family plans" for federal wire- less services and devices. The new programs have allowed GSA to negoti- ate bulk discounts that all federal agencies can use instead of negotiat- ing sometimes redundant individual contracts that can pump up the cost of mobile services across agencies. 40 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM
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