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FCW : March 30, 2014
Melinda Rogers Vice Adm. Michael Rogers Pallabi Saboo Matthew Scholl Rory Schultz Melinda Rogers IT Security Staff Director Department of Justice A CHAMPION FOR CDM. In 2013, Rogers was the linchpin for the CIO Council's Information Security and Identity Man- agement Committee and its efforts to help agencies identify the most challeng- ing cybersecurity issues and nd cost-effective ways to mitigate those risks. She spearheaded the development of the government's concept of operations for informa- tion security continuous monitoring by coordinating a cross-agency team to develop the standardized framework. Rogers has also been a tireless advo- cate for the Department of Homeland Security's continuous diagnostics and mitigation program. Vice Adm. Michael Rogers Commander Fleet Cyber Command/ 10th Fleet U.S. Navy CYBER SUPERSTAR. Rogers is credited with developing integrated net- work defenses and re ning command and control as part of the effort to give the U.S. the upper hand in cyberspace. He has also been active in building the next generation of cyber warriors by leading the creation of Navy cyber mis- sion force teams, establish- ing guidelines for cyber workforce development, promoting outreach to aca- demia, and meticulously managing the administra- tive functions of manning, training and equipping Navy cyber forces. His selection as the next com- mander of U.S. Cyber Com- mand reinforces what Navy leaders characterize as outstanding leadership in the Defense Department's cyber domain. Pallabi Saboo CEO Harmonia Holdings Group EMPOWERING APP DEVELOPERS. Saboo has sought to make agencies self-suf cient in creating apps that meet their diverse missions and technology needs. She was instru- mental in the development of RapidStat, used at the National Institutes of Health to enable non-program- mers to take advantage of big data. RapidStat has cut costs by 95 percent. She also helped Navy person- nel use the Navy Enterprise Portal-Oceanography to combine weather data and programs to create apps for speci c missions. And she introduced new intranet capabilities that have enabled the Small Business Administration and the De- partment of Veterans Affairs to make business decisions based on geospatial data. Matthew Scholl Deputy Chief Computer Security Division National Institute of Standards and Technology Department of Commerce THE LEADER IN SECU- RITY COMPLIANCE. Scholl ensured that the new Cybersecurity Framework rests on sound technical and security foundations. He also led NIST's actions in support of the Digital Government Strategy and the cross-agency priority goal on cybersecurity. He enabled the secure con gu- ration of all government Windows-based desktop computers and set up industry tools to effectively implement and monitor secure con gurations. He was the key to NIST's role in moving the govern- ment's approach to security compliance from periodic analysis to continuous monitoring by expanding the use of automated tools and creating new opportu- nities for vendors. Rory Schultz Deputy CIO Food and Nutrition Service Department of Agriculture CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERT. Under Schultz's leadership, the Food and Nutrition Service tran- sitioned 25 applications from three locations to a consolidated data center, which will save more than $1 million. His team also launched the rst public-facing Drupal-based website at USDA and the SuperTracker and Choose- MyPlate websites, all while providing stellar customer service within the "one call is all" service-oriented culture he has promoted since joining the agency in 2009. He and his team also established quarterly Tech Days where new technolo- gies are highlighted for IT leaders, an initiative adopted as a best practice within the department. THE FEDERAL 100 2014 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM 43
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