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FCW : April 30, 2014
is the cost overrun for the Defense Health Agency s electronic health records program for use in combat 2,233% April 30, 2014 FCW.COM 9 Masiello named to lead DCMA President Barack Obama has nomi- nated Air Force Maj. Gen. Wendy Masiello to be director of the Defense Contract Management Agency. If con rmed by the Senate, Masiello would also be promoted to lieutenant general. She currently serves as the Air Force s deputy assistant sec- retary for contracting. In that role, she has pushed the Air Force to be an early adopter of the General Ser- vices Administration s OASIS con- tracting vehicle and publicly warned of the risks posed by agencies shortage of experienced contracting personnel. Brig. Gen. Casey Blake was named on March 4 to replace Masi- ello. A 30-year Air Force veteran, Blake currently serves as command- er of the Air Force Installation Con- tracting Agency. In that role, he has directed strategic sourcing efforts for the Air Force and overseen $3.9 billion in annual obligations. --- Troy K. Schneider Mazer steps down as Interior CIO Interior Department CIO Bernard Mazer is retiring after more than 25 years in government. Federal News Radio, which rst reported the news, quoted an inter- nal agency email message as saying Mazer would stay until July to assist with the transition but would step out of his CIO role immediately. Mazer won a 2014 Federal 100 award for his leadership in consoli- dating Interior s IT operations and for leading the department s Foundation Cloud Hosting Services contract. He will be replaced on an interim basis by Sylvia Burns, Interior s act- ing associate deputy CIO for service planning and management. --- Troy K. Schneider Pentagon Deputy CIO Carey retires Robert Carey, principal deputy CIO at the Defense Department, retired on March 28. Carey had been in his current position since October 2010. Before that, he was CIO of the Depart- ment of the Navy. His federal career spans more than three decades. He moved to the Depart- ment of the Navy in 1985, joined the staff of the Navy CIO in February 2000 and was pro- moted to deputy CIO in December 2002. Carey was a 2013 Federal 100 winner and was named Defense Executive of the Year for 2009 by GCN, FCW s sister publication. --- John Bicknell Tighe takes over at Fleet Cyber Command With Adm. Michael Rogers now run- ning the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, the Navy needed a new leader for its 10th Fleet and Fleet Cyber Command. On April 2, Vice Adm. Jan Tighe formally stepped into that role. Tighe is the third commander of Fleet Cyber Command and the rst woman ever to command a Navy numbered eet. "It is an honor to take com- mand...and to be able to continue working with the tremendous team of uniformed and civilian profes- sionals, " Tighe said at the change-of- command ceremony at Fort Meade, Md. Tighe had served as deputy commander under Rogers since November 2013. At the ceremony, Rogers described her as "exception- al in every category, " adding, "You will do great with 10th Fleet, which I believe is just a stepping-stone for future things for you. " Fleet Cyber Command was established in January 2010 as the service s subcomponent to U.S. Cyber Command. The 10th Fleet was originally launched in May 1943 for anti-submarine warfare during the Battle of the Atlantic in World War II. After being deactivated at the end of the war, it was reactivated in 2010 with the launch of Fleet Cyber Command. --- Troy K. Schneider Contreras-Sweet sworn in as SBA head President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden both took part in the April 7 swearing-in ceremo- ny for Maria Contreras-Sweet as administrator of the Small Business Administration. "I nominated Maria because she knows rsthand the challenges that small businesses go through, " Obama said at the ceremony, "and she has a proven track record of helping them succeed. " Contreras-Sweet, a rst- generation Mexican-American, founder of ProAmérica Bank and a former California state of cial, said her mission "is to make the SBA an agency that s as innovative as the small businesses that we serve. " --- Troy K. Schneider FCW INSIDER Maj. Gen. Wendy Masiello U.S. NAVY Vice Adm. Jan Tighe
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