Shifting from Low-Value to High-Value Work
Technology has transformed how the private sector operates, dramatically improving the efficiency, convenience, and effectiveness with which businesses serve their customers. However, there are few agencies with established RPA programs, 2019 is opening the door for many more adopters. Though automation tools are transforming government, many agencies still face an uphill battle with gaining leadership buy-in for implementation.
Through advanced strategy focus groups, Tech Talks, workshops, and panels, you will learn:
- Intelligent automation's ability to transform identity and access management (IAM)
- Develop sound public-private partnerships for funding and strategy
- Move from proof of concept to pilot to production
- Deploy an agency wide data and automation strategy to increase effectiveness of program analysis, and much more
The inaugural two-day event will highlight the many agencies leading the pack in process automation projects, backed by the industry's preeminent solution providers. You will leave with a comprehensive understanding of how to adopt and champion your process automation journey through each step.
- Guy Cavallo, Deputy CIO, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Small Business Administration
- Lori Ruderman, BUYSMARTER Initiative Lead, Department of Homeland Security
- Bill Pratt, Director of Strategic Technology Management, Department of Homeland Security
- Stoney Trent, Chief Operations Officer, Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, Department of Defense
- Kenneth Newton, Director Enterprise Services Division, NASA
- Pamela J. Wolfe, Chief, Enterprise Services Division, NASA
- Courtney Anderson, Senior Electronic Records Policy Analyst, National Archives And Records Administration
- Joanie Newhart, Associate Administrator of Acquisition Workforce Programs, Office of Management and Budget
- Kyle Douglas, Electronic Records Policy Analyst, National Archives and Records Administration
- Matt Schallenberg, Supervisor, Robotics Process Automation, Accounting Operations Services Division, Financial Management Directorate Interior Business Center
- Robin Thottungal, Chief Technology Officer, National Gallery of Art
- Ed Burrows, Robotic Process Automation Program Manager, GSA-USDA Financial Management Liaison, Office of the Chief Financial Officer (BG) General Services Administration
- John Marshall, Founder/CEO, Shared Services Leadership Coalition
- Jim Walker, Federal CTO and Director, Public Sector Marketing, UiPath
- Wednesday, May 29, 2019Conference Day One
- Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Conference Day Two
- Thursday, May 30, 2019
VenueHilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22311
Located five miles from Washington, DC and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center sits near a serene lake and botanical preserve. Enjoy world-class amenities including 55,000 sq. ft. of indoor-outdoor meeting space and the award-winning Finn & Porter restaurant. Make their hotel your home away from home as you bask in the joy and comfort of the furnishings in their comfortable rooms, conveniently equipped with WiFi access and Direct TV.
Group Rate: $169 plus tax per night
Group Code: IQPC
Please call 703-845-1010 and identify you are part of the IQPC group to ensure the special rate (based on availability). The group rate is available three days before and after event based on group rate availability. Please make your reservation before May 7th, 2019, in order to ensure you are eligible for the group rate (based on availability).
Please note: We will never recommend, approve or appoint any third party rooming service to act on our behalf. Please be extremely wary if you are approached by any such companies. We will always endeavour to negotiate the best available rates for you so please use the Hotel's website link provided.