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FCW : March 30, 2014
Karen Pica Lynda Pierce Magalene Powell-Meeks Denise Ray Col. Scott Reid 42 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM Karen Pica Policy Analyst Of ce of Management and Budget STRATEGIC SOURC- ING LEADER. Managing the federal mandate for strategic sourcing requires someone with enough vision to understand the goals and how to motivate others to achieve them. Pica has proven able to do both effectively. In implementing the White House's policy, she has not only challenged agencies to reach beyond the basic goal of saving money, but has also broken the sub- stantial compliance work into manageable chunks and remained a rm and encouraging guide for agencies working to imple- ment the program. Lynda Pierce Chief of Staff and Director Enterprise IT Policy and Communications Department of the Navy STREAMLINING STRAT- EGY. The dual-hatted Pierce coordinates com- munication between the Navy and Marine Corps to bring everyone to- gether into a more ef cient organization. She has been essential to Navy efforts related to enterprise licensing and mobility, data center consolidation and the use of commercial cloud service providers. "With her guidance...the team transformed from a fragmented construct with overlapping respon- sibilities into a function- ally based structure, " said Navy CIO Terry Halvorsen. "As a result of Ms. Pierce's efforts, the [Department of the Navy] is effectively tell- ing the story about how it is realizing cost savings in key ef ciency initiatives. " Magalene Powell-Meeks Deputy CIO Jet Propulsion Laboratory NASA RAISING IT'S PROFILE AT NASA. The Jet Pro- pulsion Lab usually gets accolades for its rocket sci- entists, but Powell-Meeks helped the lab shine in IT. She implemented an effec- tive governance structure, reduced mission costs and assisted in creating the lab's rst IT readiness plan, proof that IT has become a key enabler of NASA's space missions. In a break with tradition, she also spearheaded support for crucial events by treating them as major programs and creating mission- speci c project plans that focused on individual business needs instead of a one-size- ts-all IT structure. Denise Ray Senior Forms Management Of cer Enterprise Business Management Of ce Department of Homeland Security MAKING SHARED SERVICES A REALITY. Ray hates paper --- or at least the inef cient, expensive communications process it represents. She is a tireless advocate for automating DHS business processes, extending soft- ware licenses across the department and spurring the 22 component agen- cies to embrace shared services. Ray pioneered the Parking and Transit Subsidy Application Tool, an online application for employees' transit and parking ben- e ts, and last year, she con- vinced Customs and Border Protection and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to use the tool. On the licensing front, she extended DHS headquar- ters' Adobe infrastructure and enterprise software for departmentwide use. Col. Scott Reid Chief Knowledge Of cer Judge Advocate General's Corps U.S. Army GETTING LAWYERS TO SHARE. Reid, who is the JAG Corps' rst chief knowledge of cer, created a collaboration platform that now boasts almost 8,000 members --- no small feat when working with independent-minded attorneys. He capitalized on the Army's milBook, an internal social media tool, and the Defense Information Systems Agency's Defense Connect Online collaboration tool to develop JAG Connect at no cost. The platform kept the Corps function- ing during the partial government shutdown last October, and JAG Connect now has subscribers in all the major military service branches. THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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