The DoD has decided that it must be better prepared to use space-based resources for global communications in a time of conflict. At the forefront of current efforts to secure the U.S. advantage in space building resiliency and redundancy into satellites and reducing dependency on GPS. What does the U.S. presence in space look like in twenty years?
- In the wake of several high-profile events at the intersection of technology, privacy, encryption and national security, a nationwide conversation is necessary. Is there a balance between an increasingly privacy-conscious public who favor technologies like encryption, and security-conscious law enforcement agencies, who fear encryption is making their jobs exponentially more difficult in this Internet of Things era? In this event, we’ll discuss how policy could shape the technological landscape in the coming years. Find out on December 8 while enjoying a cocktail! Register
- Over the past two years, how has FITARA transformed the federal IT landscape? At this event we'll discuss FITARA's impact thus far on government, how agencies responded to it and Congress' role in ensuring the government improves its IT operations. Register
- This digital viewcast will feature interviews with Navigator Awards winners about their collaborative skills, leadership styles and innovative programs. We'll highlight what made these leaders, teams and programs so successful, as well as how these lessons can be applied to state, county and municipal governments across the country. Register
- HCaTS features broad scope and flexible contracting options. It gives agencies direct purchasing power through both a delegated procurement authority, providing access to more than 100 of the most sought-after private sector firms that will conduct customized training and development, human capital and organizational performance improvement services. Join us on December 8 to learn how our panelists plan to use this new contract vehicle to address their human capital challenges. Register
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- While Secretary Ash Carter's controversial push to link the Department of Defense with the tech sector has forged the path of recreating defense information technology, a pivotal step in this IT transformation has been the push for digital - a prime example being the creation of the Defense Digital Service, led by some of the country's top tech talent. During this event, we'll talk with tech leaders across the defense space to explore the work being done within the Defense Department and Intelligence Community to bring effective change through modernization efforts and harness promising technologies to tackle national security challenges.
- In recent years, federal IT supply chains have become increasingly diverse and decentralized - and this growing complexity leaves products vulnerable to a host of security risks. In order to stay secure, federal organizations rely on state-of-the-art IT tools and systems, which take a vast ecosystem of organizations, individuals, information and resources to successfully deliver. Join us November 9 for a digital discussion about these dynamics and the changing nature of the federal IT supply chain as well as how organizations and system integrators can improve the integrity of their IT products and services.
- An aging workforce, political turnover, budget constraints, and the ever-present need to balance resources with agency missions, all compounded by outdated talent software, make it difficult to adapt to the changing needs of today's government workforce. This session will discuss how agencies are focusing on their employees' needs and ensuring that talent management strategies remain despite budget cuts and reductions in resources.