Benefits of Attending
Government Enterprise Mobility – Improved Customer Service and Increased Organizational Efficiency and Productivity
The Federal Digital Government Strategy promises to provide dramatically improved customer service even as demand for public-government interaction skyrockets. To achieve this, each Federal agency is expected to establish an enterprise-wide mobility strategy, development approach and implementation plan that will incorporate and take advantage of the latest mobile devices and technologies. A corollary objective is to achieve dramatic improvements in federal employee productivity by providing convenient access to mobile devices, smartphones, apps, and distributed collaborative teaming tools.
This outstanding symposium gathers together the senior government and industry experts who are shaping the federal enterprise mobility arena. They will examine the latest agency plans and implementation efforts, success stories and lessons learned – as well as how enterprise mobility is impacting mobile and wireless acquisition, inventory and IT/communications expenditures.
- What is the status and direction for federal mobility standards? What role will platform agnosticism play in developing the mobility infrastructure?
- What are the guidelines for developing the mobile device management plan? Dealing with BYOD?
- What are the emerging best practices for apps vetting – for customer vs. employee use? Developing and managing the digital apps portfolio? Managing the mobile workforce?
- What are the emerging best approaches to security in a mobile environment, for both active data and data at rest?
- How is security impacted by the increasing migration of mobile services to the cloud? Where are the best opportunities for industry to participate?
These and many other critical questions will be addressed during this important two-day event!
Over 30 Leading Experts from DASN, DOE, DoD/ESTCP, DLA, ARL, 1Gw Task Force, Army Operational Energy, NAVFAC, PEO-Ships, NETL, CERDEC, NIST, USAF/IE&L, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Siemens, Eaton, SAIC, GE, Alstom, Cisco, Honeywell, Sandia, SRA, ZBB, Spirae, Varentec, and Beacon examine:
- DoD and Service Energy Strategy and Plans – Incorporating Smart and Microgrids
- Intersections with National Grid, Commercial Developments, DOE Strategies/Plans, etc.
- Electric Vehicles and Smart/Microgrids Integration
- Smart/Microgrid Design, Development and Implementation – Success Stories and Lessons Learned
- Emerging Technologies and Capabilities – Net-Zero, Islanding, Smart Metering, Smart DR, DER and more
- Top Opportunities and Returns for Industry
Who You Will Meet
Some of the titles who have attended past events
- Presidents/Vice Presidents
- Sr. Directors
- Directors, IT
- Directors, Information Systems
- Directors, Intel
- Directors, Business Development Managers
- Program Directors
- Chief Sales Executives
- Chief Engineers
- Sr. Engineers
- Business Development Managers
- Sr. Managers, Federal Accounts
- Sales Directors
- Cyber Operations Analyst
- Program Managers
- Project Managers
- Product Managers
- Commanding Officers
- Technology Officers
- Manager of Network Operations
- Manager of Network Security
- Systems Analysts
- Information Assurance Officers
- Information Protection Specialists
- Intel Evaluators
- Engineering Leads
- Operations Managers
- C4ISR Requirements
Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge
1900 North Fort Myer Drive,
Arlington, VA 22209
Tel: (703) 807-2000)
(Mention “Technology Training” for a special room rate)
Attendee accommodations must be arranged directly with the hotel.
- Ms. Dawn Meyerriecks, Assistant Director, National Intelligence for Acquisition and Technology and Facilities, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
- Mr. Frank Konieczny, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Information Dominance, US Air Force
- Mr. Wolf Tombe, Chief Technology Officer, Customs and Border Protection, DHS
- Mr. Anil Karmel, Chief Technology Officer, National Nuclear Security Administration
- Dr. Naba Barkakati, Chief Technologist, Government Accountability Office
- Ms. Kimberly Hancher, Chief Information Officer, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
- Mr. Xavier Hughes, Chief Information Officer, Department of Labor
- Mr. Simon Szykman, Chief Information Officer, Department of Commerce
- Mr. Don Adcock Associate, Chief Information Officer, Energy IT Services, DOE
- Mr. Mark Day, Director, Office of Strategic Programs, General Services Administration
- Mr. Donald Kachman, Director, Security and Mobility, Department of Veterans Affairs
- Dr. Robert Young, Director, Cybersecurity, IA and Mobile Security, DoD CIO
- Mr. Darren Ash, Deputy Executive Director for Corporate Management and CIO, Nuclear Regulatory Commission
- Ms. Kathy Roddy, Enterprise Mobility Program Lead, Federal Aviation Administration
- Mr. Greg Capella, Deputy Executive Director, Enterprise Systems Development, DHS
- Ms. Jane Maples, NASA Manager, Center for Internal Mobile Applications
- Mr. Cal Shintani, Senior Vice President, Oceus Networks
- Mr. Tom Suder, President, Mobilegov
- Mr. Bryan Coapstick, Director, Mobility, HP Public Sector
- Ms. Dianne DelRosso, Director, Mobile Enterprise, IBM Software Group
- Mr. Richard Blake, Business Management Specialist, GWAC Enterprise Acquisition Division, GSA
- Ms. Susan Lilly, Mobile Practice Director, Capability Center, SRA
- Mr. Tom Voshell, Senior Director, Solution Engineering, SAP Public Sector
- Mr. Barry Sessamen, IT Innovation Program Manager, Bureau of the Census
- Lt. Col Anmy Torres, Chief, Cyber Plans and Sustainment, Air National Guard
- Mr. Peter Cauwels, East Manager, Center for Internal Mobile Applications, NASA
- Mr. David Lingenfelter, Information Security Officer, Fiberlink Communications
- Mr. Neil Bonner, Program Manager, Apps Development, Transportation Security Administration
- Mr. Gregory Youst, App Store Program Manager, DISA