November Monthly Speaker Series
Join us as we look ahead to how agencies plans will develop in light of the elections. We'll explore how agencies are working with OMB to refresh their plans at the midway point in the administration.
We'll discuss how the IT Reform Plan, Digital Government Strategy, and the Mobility Strategy are:
- Improving online services to the public.
- Innovating in how IT is delivered within agencies for improved mission performance.
You'll learn what to expect next from:
- Shared services and mobility;
- Machine-readable data sets and app development;
- TechStat and PortfolioStat;
- The upcoming CIO Council off-site, and what we can expect from that;
- how have some of the innovations of the last several years shown themselves in the ability to respond to hurricane Sandy; and
- How all of this might affect IT acquisition plans.
Date and Location:
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
11:30am-12:00pm: Registration & Networking
12:00pm-1:30pm: Lunch & Presentation
The Hamilton Crowne Plaza Washington, DC
1001 14th Street NW (14th & K)
Washington, DC 20005
Metro: Metro Center (Red Line); McPherson Square (Blue and Orange Lines)
(map and driving directions)
- Government Subscribers - included in subscription; log in to register and reserve your seat
- Government Member Pre-Registered (before 11/13, 12pm) - $20
- Government Non-member Pre-Registered (before 11/13, 12pm) - $25
- Government Member Walk-in - $30
- Government Non-member Walk-in - $35
- Sustaining Partner Member Pre-Registered (before 11/13, 12pm) - $70
- Industry Non-member Pre-Registered (before 11/13, 12pm) - $90
- Sustaining Partner Member Walk-in - $80
- Industry Non-member Walk-in - $100
Ms. Coleman is the chief information officer for the U.S. General Services Administration. As CIO, she is responsible for managing the agency’s $600 million information technology budget and ensuring alignment with agency and administration strategic objectives, information security, and enterprise architecture. During her tenure, Ms. Coleman has implemented an agency-wide infrastructure consolidation and standardization program that resulted in significant cost-savings and improvements to security and performance.
Deputy CIO, OMB
Ms Schlosser currently serves as the Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget. She previously served as the Principal Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education, and the Director, Office of Information Collection, Office of Environmental Information, for the Environmental Protection Agency.
Ms. Schlosser was also the Chief Information Officer (CIO), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Associate Chief Information Officer/Chief Information Security Officer, US Department of Transportation (US DOT), and as the Associate CIO for IT Security for the US DOT. Before joining the Federal Government, Lisa worked in the private sector as Vice-President, Business Operations and Incident Response Services, for Global Integrity, and as a Senior Manager for Ernst & Young LLP.
Richard A. Spires was appointed in September 2009 to serve as the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Chief Information Officer (CIO). In this capacity, Mr. Spires is responsible for the department’s $6.4 billion investment in Information Technology (IT). He leads and facilitates the development, implementation, and maintenance of the department’s IT architecture. Mr. Spires is the chairman of the DHS Chief Information Officer Council and the Enterprise Architecture Board. He strongly supports the Secretary’s goal of unifying and maturing DHS–one DHS, one enterprise, a shared vision, with integrated results-based operations. Mr. Spires also serves as vice chairman of the Federal CIO Council, and co-chairs the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative.
Anchor, The Federal Drive
Mr. Temin has 30 years experience in journalism, mostly in technology markets. He was a long-serving editor-in-chief of Government Computer News and Washington Technology magazines, both of which were regular winners of national reporting awards.
He started out at a small weekly newspaper in Peterborough, New Hampshire in 1977, after graduating from the Rochester Institute of Technology and is now a communications and publishing consultant.
Before joining Federal News Radio, Mr. Temin wrote (and continues to write) a column for FederalNewsRadio.com on government IT and acquisition topics. He was a regular guest on Federal News Radio before joining the team.