Federal CIOs to Discuss Transformational Changes in Government at 2013 ELC
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Wendy Harman, Director, Information Management &
Joe Klimavicz, Chief Information Officer, National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration
Cybersecurity – This critically important track will focus on
the urgent requirement for increased cybersecurity across all
government agencies’ networks and discern realistic strategies to
ensure data integrity.
Priscilla Guthrie, Intelligence CommunityChief
Information Officer, Office of the Director of National
Phillip Quaid, Director, Office of Analytics and Business
Intelligence, National Security Agency
Financial, Regulatory & Economic –The track
session will focus on the role that data plays in federal financial
and regulatory missions and identify ways to leverage shared services
to ensure agency effectiveness.
Shawn KingsberryChief Information Officer, Recovery
Accountability and Transparency Board
Christina Ho, Assistant Commissioner, Government-Wide
Accounting at Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of
Public Safety/Law Enforcement–This track’s sessions
will differentiate processes unique to the federal law enforcement,
public safety and disaster-response communities and propose strategies
for adopting common risk and engagement strategies across the public
and private sectors.
Luke McCormack, Chief Information Officer and Deputy
Assistant Attorney General for Information Resources Management,
Department of Justice
G. Clayton Grigg, Chief Knowledge Officer, Information and
Technology Branch of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
“The collective goal of creating a smarter and transparent government is
not something that can be done by government alone,” said Paul Strasser,
2013 ELC Industry Chair. “ELC 2013 provides a foundation for government
and industry decision-makers to engage in thought-provoking dialogue and
develop actionable strategies to improve agency mission performance.”
Recognizing that many government agencies and private sector
organizations face reduced travel budgets, portions of 2013 ELC will be
webcast and available to view online. Webcast viewers will be able to
interact and ask questions with the speakers and conference organizers
during presentations. In addition, federal radio personality Francis
Rose will conduct live interviews with government speakers and attendees
that will be streamed online in the afternoon of the second day.
For sponsorship information, please contact Judy Fry at (703) 208-4800
ext. 205 or email@example.com.
About ACT-IAC – Advancing Government Through Education, Collaboration
ACT-IAC is the premier public-private partnership in the government IT
community and an example of how government and industry work together.
ACT-IAC is a nonprofit educational organization created to advance
government through collaboration and education. The organization
provides an objective, vendor and technology-neutral and ethical forum
where government and industry are working together to develop innovative
strategies, effective and efficient solutions and best practices.
Headquartered in the Greater Washington, D.C. area, ACT-IAC also has
chapters in Pacific region (based in San Diego) and the Rocky Mountain
region (based in Denver).
Learn more about our organization and how to become a member at www.actgov.org
or call 703-208-4800.