2016 Fed 100

Federal 100: Lisa Schlosser

Name: Lisa Schlosser
Title: Deputy Administrator
Office of E-Government and Information Technology
Agency: Office of Management and Budget

Low profile, high impact. Federal CIO Tony Scott got most of the headlines in 2015 for pushing several important reforms. Yet virtually all of them benefitted from Schlosser's deep expertise and behind-the-scenes efforts. From implementation guidance for the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, the cybersecurity sprint and the Federal IT Cost Commission to the basic blocking and tackling of agency IT management, Schlosser -- who has since been detailed to the Office of Personnel Management to strengthen IT operations there -- served as a linchpin in a very busy year.

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