Our Data Analytics for Government event will delve into the evolving nature of Big Data analytics, and the current direction it is heading across various government departments and agencies. In doing so, it will address, in depth, the funding for development/acquisition of data analytics tools and software in state and federal departments, the issues of limited funding and resources, the future of big data analytics, as well as current programs and initiatives.
Data Analytics for Government aims to be the central meeting point for government personnel, suppliers and academia who strive to significantly change the landscape of Data Analytics technologies. You will have the unique opportunity to interact and network with senior-level professionals from the following areas:
- Data Analytics Software
- Programming Framework
- Data Storage Solutions
- Software Framework
- Solutions Integrators
- Adaptive Analytical Platforms
- Database Design
" Great first exposure to the world of analytics. Great experience about products, services, and issues of Big Data "
- Attendee from US Army
" Brought in experts from government and industry to discuss the breadth of Big Data issues and remedies under consideration. "
- Attendee from ODNI
" The right speakers on the right topics - this conference was valuable "
- Attendee from JIATF USPACOM
Venue & Accommodation
Waterview Conference Center
1919 North Lynn Street
22209, United States
Please note that IDGA has not established a room block although there are several nearby hotels (many within walking distance). Please visit the below link for a listing.
- Kirit Amin, Deputy CIO & CTO, Department of Commerce
- Dr. Paul Butler-Nalin, Data Management & Analysis Director, Education Department, SC
- Joseph Schmidley, V22 Joint Program Office/ALE Lead, NAVAIR
- Dr. Artur Dubrawski, Director, Senior Systems Scientist, Auton Lab
- Cliff Cole, Data Analytics Division Director, Information Technology Office, Department of Housing and Urban Development
- Peter Tseronis, Chief Technology Officer, Office of the CIO, Department of Energy
- Dr. Chris Lynnes, Chief Systems Engineer, Global Change Data Center, NASA