2015 Fed 100

Federal 100: Courtney Bromley

Courtney Bromley

Name: Courtney Bromley
Title: Vice President of Homeland Security and Law Enforcement
Company: IBM

Overdelivering, from the ground up. The agencies that work with her -- which include the Department of Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development -- have experienced Bromley's level of commitment firsthand, and none benefited more than the FBI. In 2014, Bromley led an effort to create a dedicated server manufacturing line to build the systems the bureau needed to meet one of its critical program and delivery milestones. In doing so, Bromley and IBM were able to help the agency achieve its goals while saving millions of dollars.

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