Agile Government Summit
On February 14, Fedscoop will be hold its Agile Government Summit at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington D.C. This event will bring together the brightest leaders from government, industry and academia to discuss ways government can be more agile, and how to best leverage innovative technologies and new approaches to achieve this goal.
The event, which is presented by IBM, is free to government attendees and features numerous speakers from government and industry, organized around five tracks:
- Creating a Mobile and Flexible Government
- Streamlining Federal Security Compliance
- Turning Information into Insight to Improve Government Performance
- Reducing Cost and Improving Quality with a Flexible IT Infrastructure
- Smarter Computing for Government
The keynote presentations include General Stanley McCrystal, former Commander of U.S. and International Forces in Afghanistan, Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and Steve Mills, Senior Vice President and Group Executive – Software & Systems, IBM. Other executive-level speakers represent a wide range of Federal Government agencies, including GSA, HHS, DOE, NSA, ATF, NASA, DHS, DOJ, NRC, USDA, FCC, NPS, TSA, CMS, and SEC.
The subject of big data will be well-represented at the event, with presentations about smarter analytics and business analytics, threat prediction & prevention, cyber security and content analytics.
- Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
- The Renaissance, 999 9th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001
- Government: FREE / Industry: $195
- Dress: Business Attire
- Metro: Gallery Place-Chinatown
I encourage you to check out the event details and attend what promises to be a very interesting and educational day.