Federal 100: Jeff Trauberman

Jeff Trauberman
Vice President of Space, Intelligence and Missile Defense
Government Operations

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The work: Helping agencies deploy secure mobile computing environments using commercially available tools.

The impact: Trauberman provided a way for the Defense Department and eventually other government agencies to secure their mobile communications without costly custom development.

The nuts and bolts: Trauberman recognized the need for industry and government employees to be untethered from their desks yet able to share information securely. Using off-the-shelf technology, he and his team connected the dots in innovative ways to achieve breakthrough levels of risk reduction in mobile computing platforms, including tablet PCs and smart phones.

Read more about the 2012 Federal 100 award winners.

About the Author

Brian Robinson is a freelance writer based in Portland, Ore.

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