Data Level Security for the Public Sector


Data sharing, data mining, predictive analytics, data discovery, and big data all deliver significant benefit to the public sector. Convenience for the citizen; improved program targeting and delivery; better risk management and cost control. But when data includes sensitive information, there is serious concern about protecting the privacy of citizens. For decades, Informatica has been an industry leader in helping governments to deliver great data to drive program initiatives.
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Infor is a leader in federal enterprise software with solutions designed to serve civilian and independent agencies, defense and intelligence as well as health and human services organizations.


Getting to Know the Federal Government and Funding Opportunities

HHS Office of Minority Health

This webinar, originally held October 17, 2016, discusses best practices for responding successfully to federal funding announcements, as identified by federal funders' panels at OMH/OMHRC's 2015 Higher Education Technical Assistance Project (HETAP) workshops.


Holland & Hart

Whether you’re thinking about filing a bid protest, worried a protest may be filed against you or just want to learn what went wrong and how to do better next time, this session will answer all your questions.

Shared Services for Government


The government has rolled out 7 shared services initiatives in the past 4 years, along with sequestration and budget cuts, shared services is now a strategy organization must execute. Shared Services for Government is an online event that will emphasize how to use shared services to reduce excess spending and meet federal guidelines. Learn from industry experts from NASA, Department of Agriculture, Department of Education and more as they discuss everything you need to know about shared services.

Simple and Scalable Networks for Government Agency Data Centers

A common theme for most agency IT professionals is the desire to simplify, secure, save resources, and streamline network management and operations. Fortunately, a number of services, technologies, and new computing approaches are available to make these goals a reality--and to ensure agencies are evolving from traditional alternatives to more agile computing architectures for today and into the future. Plan to invest an hour on Wednesday, September 24 at 11:00am ET to update your knowledge of what’s available, what’s new, and how to incorporate these innovations into your existing information management environment.