Though seemingly achievable on paper, government departments and agencies across the board are facing serious difficulties in meeting FDCCI deadlines. Common problems at this stage are taking accurate inventories of IT equipment, measuring data center power usage and adapting federal data centers to the cultural implications of inter-agency consolidation. In addition, cyber security and sustainability are eternal concerns for data center managers and the FDCCI moving forward.
U.S. federal IT capabilities are in a state of great transition and modernization. Data center consolidation is a major priority across the board, and DCC 2013 will set the stage for decision-makers to express requirements and listen to industry solution providers. Come join us and establish yourself as a key player in this burgeoning field.
The 3rd Annual Data Center Consolidation Summitwill address these issues and more through presentations and discussions led by government officials at the head of our data center consolidation efforts. Presenters from government and industry alike will examine the latest solutions and technologies for consolidation, including could computing and virtualization. Listen to the latest FDCCI status updates, as well as federal data center consolidation challenges and opportunities from the:
- Department of Energy
- Department of Defense
- Department of Labor
- Department of Homeland Security
- National Security Administration
- Much more!
Venue & Accommodation
10 Thomas Circle, NW
Washington, District of Columbia
20005, United States
10 Thomas Circle, N.W.
Washington D.C., 20005
Group Rate - $224 plus 14.5% per night
Please identify you are part of the IDGA – Data Center Consolidation group to ensure the special rate, based on availability. Note that you are eligible for this rate three day prior and three days post the event based on availability. Please make your reservation before April 25, 2013 in order to ensure you are eligible for the group rate.
Reservations Telephone: 1 (800) 424-1140
- Mr. Bernard Mazer, Co-Chair, Federal Data Center Consolidation Task Force
- Ms. Kathie Koeing, Federal Energy Management Program Manager, National Technical Information Service
- Mr. Neal Shelley, Civilian Deputy, Army Data Center Consolidation Plan, U.S. Army
- Mr. Bob Brown, Data Center Consolidation Lead, Department of Defense
- Mr. Jake Wooley, Program Manager, IT Sustainability, Department of Energy
- Mr. Peter Fonash, Cyber Security Chief Technology Officer, Department of Homeland Security
- Mr. Frank Konieczny, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Information Dominance
- Dr. Ron Ross, Senior Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology
- Mr. Darren Ash, Chief Information Officer, Nuclear Regulatory Commission
- Mr. Anil Karmel, Chief Information Officer, National Nuclear Security Administration
- Mr. Darren Smith, IT Specialist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- Mr. Fred Whiteside, Program Manager, Cloud Computing, Department of Labor
- Mr. RJ Meyers, Energy Star Product Developmet Manager, Environmental Protection Agency
- Mr. David Updike, National Computer Center Director, Environmental Protection Agency
- Mr. Dennis Wisnosky, Former CTO, Department of Defense Business Mission Area
- Mr. Steven Wright, ESO Program Manager, Department of Labor