September 22, 2022 | USA
The Digital Government Summit has always been a great opportunity to get together with Michigan government colleagues of all levels to learn about what’s next in IT and collaborate on ideas that will shape government technology for generations. I’m excited to once again have the opportunity to host the event in person after a two-year hiatus. The relationships that are built and the candid conversations that take place have always made this Summit so valuable to all that attend. Please join us to reconnect and hear from some of the leading experts from around the country.
June 8, 2022 | USA
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Grow, Accelerate, Innovate and Network. GAIN 2022, is the premier conference focused on training, research insights, networking and member-only experiences that better enable you to reach your government audience. We’ve answered the industry demand! Government Marketing University’s annual conference will launch in a two-part format this year with training topics, featured industry and government thought leaders and a hybrid attendance capability that aligns with the needs of government marketing, communications, sales and business development professionals. GAIN isn’t just for marketers anymore, be sure to register and secure your seat today!
May 31-June 1, 2022 | USA
The California Public Sector CIO Academy is the premier event for senior level technology leaders and upcoming leaders. The purpose of this invitation-only event is to foster discussion and dialogue on what it means to be a successful IT executive in the public sector and to provide tools and strategies to assist current and emerging leaders. This event is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for government and industry to collaborate and address the most important policy, management and leadership issues surrounding the future of digital government.
June 15, 2022 | USA
Just as technology has been constantly changing and evolving, so has DOD’s strategy for the best way to modernize the tools it provides to the warfighters and their business support services. In 2018, the agency released a strategy to use cloud technology, which has been revised over the intervening years to reflect the cancellation of the JEDI contract and the adoption of DOD’s Software Modernization Strategy. The new strategy sets a path for technology and process transformation that uses an enterprise cloud as the way to move to digital and software modernization.
In an effort to coordinate and manage multiple cloud efforts, DOD has moved its Cloud Computing Program Office, which manages many cloud projects, to the Defense Information Systems Agency. That office will also handle the program and contracting for the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability program, which replaced JEDI.
This event will provide guidance on the many types of DOD Cloud contracts, what’s starting up and what’s ending and the best ways to choose the right vehicle. It will also look at the role cloud technology plays in securing data and the growth of “as-a-service” options.