2014 Fed 100

Federal 100: David Carroll

Name: David Carroll
Title: Chief Security Architect
Agency: Department of Homeland Security

Mobile master. Assembling a standard, secure mobile computing platform is hard enough, but putting one together in a year to serve the entire federal government could be a prescription for disaster. Carroll took it as a chance to shine. To meet the Digital Government Strategy's deadline for developing a mobile and wireless security baseline, Carroll did not create a new solution from scratch but instead tapped existing strategies. He worked with more than 21 government organizations to create a platform that has won the approval of DHS, the Justice Department, the Defense Department, the General Services Administration and other agencies.

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