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March 30, 2014 FCW.COM 47 THE FEDERAL 100 2014 Sen. Mark Warner U.S. Senate TECHNOLOGY CHAM- PION. The rst-term sena- tor from Virginia has deep roots in the federal IT com- munity. When Warner was governor, he urged tech- nology companies to settle in the state by supporting the infrastructure they needed to thrive. In 2013, he introduced the biparti- san Digital Accountability and Transparency Act in the Senate and helped guide it to committee approval. In response to reports that the Of ce of Management and Budget might try to soften some of the bill's stricter compliance provi- sions, Warner said, "I will not back down from a bill that holds the government accountable and provides taxpayers the transparency they deserve. " David Williams Inspector General U.S. Postal Service POSTAL POSSIBILITIES. Williams does more than sniff out waste, fraud and abuse as inspector general at USPS. He is also playing a key role in leading the U.S. Postal Service into the Digital Age. He completed a series of reports in 2013 that assessed opportuni- ties for the largest civilian agency to expand into non-postal products and services at a time when electronic tools are rapidly replacing traditional mail as the primary means of communication. Williams identi ed several areas in which USPS could provide valuable public services, such as Internet access, notary services and check cashing, and he advised USPS to develop strategies around those possibilities. Lisa Wolfisch Chief of the Web and Social Media Branch Census Bureau Department of Commerce MAKING THE DATA MATTER. As leader of the Digital Transformation Program, Wol sch has enhanced the bureau's Web presence and the reputation of its statistical products through a variety of mobile apps, social media and de- veloper APIs. Notably, she was a driving force behind the America's Economy app, which combines data from multiple agencies on employment, manufactur- ing, international trade, retail sales and residen- tial construction. Thanks to Wol sch's efforts, the Census Bureau is becom- ing a constant source of information and giving the public new and better op- portunities to interact with the bureau more than once every 10 years. Brig. Gen. Kevin Wooton Director of Communications and Information Headquarters Air Force Space Command U.S. Air Force INFORMATION ADVO- CATE. Wooton is a cham- pion of information sharing, assurance, strategy and security, and he has been the cornerstone for col- laboration and partnership inside the Defense Depart- ment and with industry. He has led the charge on mobility, including efforts to integrate 1 million devices into the consolidated Air Force Network Integra- tion Center. "Whether it's uni ed communications, SharePoint, enterprise email or cloud computing and storage, he's driving the department to gain ef ciencies and ultimately [succeed] in today's limited resource environment, " said Brig. Gen. Robert Skinner, deputy commander of Air Forces Cyber. Pamela Wright Chief Innovation Of cer National Archives and Records Administration PUTTING THE PEOPLE TO WORK. Challenges and hackathons are being launched by agencies across government, but NARA's Citizen Archivist project might be the most ambitious crowdsourc- ing effort of them all. And Wright, as NARA's chief innovation of cer, is responsible for mak- ing it happen. A longtime agency employee --- she joined NARA in 2001 as a processing archivist --- she assumed her current role in December 2012 and immediately set about creating an innovation hub for the agency with the Citizen Archivist project as its cornerstone collabo- ration. The results have been deeper and better- documented datasets and a project that is improving Americans' understanding of their history. Sen. Mark Warner David Williams Lisa Wolfisch Brig. Gen. Kevin Wooton Pamela Wright
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