2018 Fed 100

Federal 100: Lee Ann Anderson

Name: Lee Ann Anderson
Title: Vice President, Civilian Sales
Company: Unisys Federal

Tax tech advancer. Anderson helped the IRS develop an innovative storage-as-a-service model that has already reduced costs by 30 percent in its first year. The project delivers more than 7 petabytes of private storage within business-driven performance tiers, giving the IRS the right storage at the right time and resulting in substantial efficiencies. Her work with the Agriculture Department facilitated an improved process for farmers using the new EZ Guarantee Loans program, which allowed USDA employees to modify how they monitor losses associated with loan portfolios. Her work also enhanced the program’s use of web services to improve the accuracy and timeliness of funds control.

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