Explore the partnership and innovations instrumental to the success of HealthCare.gov. Jon Booth, presenting on the project publicly for the first time along with Judy Cohen, will share the three key innovations they used leading up to the successful 2015 Open Enrollment and a glimpse into the next wave of innovations planned for the site. They'll also address the need for building effective vendor partnerships and how these pivotal relationships inspired innovative approaches on this historic government project.
Today’s government agencies face increasing IT demands. Tomorrow's agencies will be confronted with even greater technological challenges. So what can your agency do today to prepare for tomorrow? As your agency addresses concerns around rapid delivery of new virtual instances and increased ease of use, external Cloud offers a viable and valuable solution. Join this webcast to learn how Cloud solutions utilize an open hybrid approach to virtual platform management that support both internal and external virtualization strategies. Explore the challenges of cloud management along with demonstrable enterprise solutions.Register
Maximizing your savings and developing a savings plan are two important steps toward achieving a successful retirement. Join Tammy Flanagan, senior benefits director at the National Institute for Transition Planning and Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) representatives as they discuss benefit election options, TSP considerations, when to receive Social Security benefits and take Medicare Part B, and how to protect it all by working with your family to craft a plan for long term care.Register
Federal healthcare is in the midst of massive and ongoing change. The full impact of new technologies, the genomic revolution, personalized medicine, health reform legislation, & consumer driven healthcare have yet to be felt, however the public consternation of the rising costs of prescription medications, testing, insurance premiums has already arrived, while fraud & improper payments promise to be an on-going and expensive challenge. There is, however, a silver lining. The by-product of this growth is the massive amounts of structured and unstructured data that is being generated and the promise of the knowledge it will and is bringing Federal healthcare missions adept at extracting and operationalizing this insight, while enhancing collaboration & improving outcomes through the utilization powerful suites of analytic capabilities. Please join us for an interactive discussion where subject matter experts and industry leaders will show you how to manage the healthcare data explosion to support your mission needs and business challenges.Register
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- According to the White House, the majority of government cyber incidents in FY13 could have been prevented by two-factor, or strong authentication. Yet as of this past February, just 41% of civilian agencies had implemented two-factor authentication and, even worse, numerous agencies had made no progress whatsoever. Without a comprehensive authentication system across enterprises, the government will be unable to implement the kind of real-time, technical attribution analysis that is necessary for effective deterrence. With a decade in the books and little to show for it, what does the future hold for the Federal Information Security Management Act, and how will it affect identity and access management across government?
- ACCENTURE What’s hindering Innovation in federal agencies? Leadership. Sixty percent of federal employees cite lack of leadership within their agency as the main deterrence in adopting new ideas. Register and watch this viewcast to gain the tools necessary to become a successful federal Innovator.
- DEFENSE ONE With posting, tweeting, and streaming, the average American knowledge worker creates 1.8 million megabytes of data a year, enough to fill 9 CD-ROMS a day. But the big data revolution has just begun. There will be 44 times as much digital information in 2020 (35 ZB) as there was in 2009 (.8 ZB) according to IDC. The national security community is a pioneer in the use of big data to achieve mission objectives but the analytics space is growing as quickly as the volume of digital data, itself. This session will focus on using big data analytics to maintain the U.S. technological edge and gaining advantage over adversaries.