2014 Fed 100

Federal 100: Alissa Johnson

Name: Alissa Johnson
Title: Deputy CIO, Office of Administration
Agency: Executive Office of the President

Strategic IT planner. Keeping the IT lights on at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is a big job, but Johnson is also responsible for cybersecurity and the Obama administration's public-facing Web presence. She distinguished herself in 2013 by providing a road map for IT customers in the Executive Office of the President so they would know what to expect in the way of product development and releases. She also developed a strategic plan that ranges across records management and cyber defense and ensures the continuity of government operations.

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