2015 Fed 100

Federal 100: Lauren Buschor

Lauren Buschor

Name: Lauren Buschor
Title: CIO
U.S. Mint
Agency: Treasury Department

Making data the coin of the realm. Buschor didn't have much time to settle into her role as CIO at the U.S. Mint before she inherited some major projects. Shortly after starting in January 2014, she took over a $600 million contract that was due for delivery in October. And after she'd been at the Mint for only nine months, she helped launched a new order management system that replaced a 14-year-old legacy system and allows officials to use data analytics in unprecedented ways. According to Deputy Director Richard Peterson, "Lauren is pioneering a culture of confident, data-driven decisions."

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