2022 NADO and DDAA Washington Policy Conference

March 13-16, 2022 | USA

NADO
The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) and the Development District Association of Appalachia (DDAA) invite you to register for the 2022 Washington Conference which will be held from Sunday, March 13 to Wednesday, March 16, 2022 in Arlington, VA. Conference sessions will focus on regional development, the federal landscape, and the programs and policies that matter most to Regional Development Organizations and their stakeholders.

Spotlight

The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, commonly known as TTIP, is an opportunity for the United States and European Union to design a comprehensive trade and investment agreement that will boost growth on both sides of the Atlantic and ensure that both parties continue to lead the drive for trade and investment liberalization globally.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

FCW Summit: FedRAMP

August 24, 2022 | USA

As the FedRAMP program approaches the end of its first decade, an increased threat landscape has prompted changes throughout government. FedRAMP program executives have been updating its cloud security offerings to provide a system of security controls that offer a threat-based approach to risk management. The new framework was the result of work by the CISA .govCAR team at Department of Homeland Security that developed a scoring system for each of NIST’s 800-53 security controls. The new approach allows agencies to rank threats and respond effectively. DOD also recently updated its Cloud Security Guide to reduce the differences between Defense security guidance and FedRAMP, and offered new opportunities for reciprocity between the systems. And on the legislative front, Congress has been debating and is moving forward with legislation that would codify FedRAMP requirements and establish an advisory board. Executives from government and industry will examine the new policy developments, how the changing threat environment challenges agencies with limited people and budgetary resources and lessons learned from the log4j vulnerability.

Government Customer Experience & Engagement Summit

June 22, 2022 | USA

For almost three decades, governments at all levels have been working to improve the way they deliver services and benefits and engage with their customers---both internal and external. Efforts from past administrations focused on modernizing infrastructures and improving digital delivery, as well as gathering feedback from the public on how well the services were delivered. The Biden Administration has made customer experience one of its three main management goals and has issued an executive order that requires specific actions from the lead agencies, the High Impact Service Providers (HISPs). These new directives reawakened the un-met requirements in the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experiences Act (IDEA), signed into law December 2018, and set the agenda for agencies to improve performance and build trust with their customers. At this event, experts from government and industry will share some of the approaches that have been successful and explore how technology can help expand the digital delivery of services and improve the trust customers have in those services.

State of Defense: Air Force

September 27, 2022 | USA

What are the threats, technologies, and weapons shaping the top strategic priorities and tactical considerations of the U.S. military? Defense One explores this and more in its third annual State of Defense series.

Georgia Digital Government Summit 2022 - LIVE!

September 12, 2022 | USA

Technology is powering a transformation in government, and organizations at every level are working to serve citizens in new and innovative ways. The 2022 Georgia Digital Government Summit offers a great opportunity for our state’s IT staff and agency business leaders to share successes, examine common challenges, and explore possibilities for harnessing technology’s potential. I hope you’ll plan to join us.

Spotlight

The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, commonly known as TTIP, is an opportunity for the United States and European Union to design a comprehensive trade and investment agreement that will boost growth on both sides of the Atlantic and ensure that both parties continue to lead the drive for trade and investment liberalization globally.

resources