2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Amy Rall

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Name: Amy Rall
Title: Group Vice President, Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure
Agency/Company: Unisys Federal

All about the mission outcome. Rall’s leadership and commitment were clear last year as she accelerated the deployment of technology to identify imposters attempting to enter the U.S. while at the same time improving the flow of legitimate passengers and cargo. Whether it was the Land Border Integration program or facial recognition technology at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (the latter project was deployed in just 30 days), Rall was relentless in her efforts to improve the systems that help protect the country from bad actors. She has “done everything we asked and beyond,” one government customer said.

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