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FCW : March 30, 2014
John Streufert Dan Tangherlini Matt Thomlinson Lena Trudeau Lt. William Walders 46 March 30, 2014 FCW.COM John Streufert Director of Federal Network Resilience Department of Homeland Security CDM BANNER CARRIER. Streufert has been the champion for continuous diagnostics and mitigation at two federal agencies. At DHS, he sits at the nexus for government implemen- tation of CDM for security monitoring and is marshal- ing the department's forces to implement the Of ce of Management and Budget's effort to migrate federal agencies to CDM by 2017. Under Streufert's direction, DHS has begun to give CDM physical form through contracts with 17 com- panies for hardware and software for continuous monitoring as a service. Dan Tangherlini Administrator General Services Administration EFFICIENCY EXPERT. Tangherlini transitioned from acting status to of- cial administrator of GSA in May without missing a beat. He has fostered a results-oriented IT mental- ity that is spreading across the government. He has en- gaged with the public and other agencies by sharing GSA's IT ventures through public events such as ACT- IAC's Executive Leadership Conference. In addition, GSA's recent transforma- tion of its Washington of ce space to encour- age collaboration has not only saved the agency money, but the framework is also slated to save the departments of Homeland Security, Agriculture, and Health and Human Services a combined $70 million. Matt Thomlinson Vice President for Microsoft Security Microsoft ENGINEERING SECURITY. The Obama administration's cybersecu- rity framework for critical infrastructure --- released in 1.0 form in February --- was arguably the central IT ini- tiative of 2013. And without Thomlinson, it would likely still be languishing in beta. The Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board, which he leads, provided expert advice on the frame- work, the secure manage- ment of medical devices and the development of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's cryptographic guidance. Thomlinson began his career by specializing in cryptography and proto- cols, and at Microsoft, he has worked on hardening some of the world's most popular cybertargets. That hard-earned experience is now paying dividends governmentwide. Lena Trudeau Associate Commissioner Of ce of Strategic Innovations General Services Administration INTERNAL AMBASSA- DOR FOR INNOVATION. The rst class of Presiden- tial Innovation Fellows gen- erated lots of buzz but sig- ni cantly less measurable and sustainable change at agencies. Fellows and ca- reer employees alike voiced frustration over the cultural divide and the dif culty in meshing startup mentalities with standard agency op- erating procedures. So al- though Jennifer Pahlka has been the public face of the program's second round, Trudeau is the one whose efforts are critical to making it work within agencies. Her internal evangelizing and institutional expertise are paying real dividends that go beyond the program's good press. Lt. William Walders CIO Walter Reed National Military Medical Center U.S. Navy BRINGING BETTER CARE TO VETS. Walders improved the health care and rehabilitation of wounded warriors by creating the Joint Medi- cal Network. It centralizes patient information and tracks visits to medical services, such as counsel- ing and pain management clinics, so that medical professionals can see the whole picture of a patient's condition and treatment. Since the network's imple- mentation, the number of incidents and trouble tickets has dropped by 95 percent. "Walders has created a superior health care-driven IT environment that is the foundation for delivering world-class health care, " said Col. Michael Adames, deputy commander for adminis- tration at Walter Reed. THE FEDERAL 100 2014
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