October 23, 2012 In the era of IT reform, agencies are progressing rapidly to develop systems and processes that provide a clear perspective on managing investments. With limited budgets and increased oversight, how can agencies spend their IT dollars efficiently?
October 10, 2012 Dr. Westphal is leading the way toward an Army that will be smaller in size, but significantly modernized: technologically more advanced and scientifically more sophisticated. While tending to the effectiveness of the smaller force, he is also working to transform the Army’s business practices in the interests of more efficiency and fiscal responsibility.
September 28, 2012 Join us on September 28 for this one-day summit that will scan the current landscape and offer reconnaissance on exactly what is being done, and what additional initiatives are required to ensure the integrity of America’s technological frontier.
September 25, 2012 How are federal managers using and accessing data? What can agencies learn from this to develop applications that are popular with federal managers? Join the Government Business Council and Symantec for a webcast to hear the results of a recent survey on the perceptions, attitudes and experiences of federal managers regarding the use of data and applications.
September 25, 2012 Join us as we hear from the Pentagon's top budget and financial management leader, Robert Hale, about how the department is preparing for the challenges ahead.
September 24, 2012 Join us for a webcast to find out what methods some agencies are using to decrease fraud and increase success in everything from defense contracts to student visas.
September 20, 2012 Over the past year, the federal government has made great progress in its movement to embrace mobile technology. Agencies have optimized their mobile presence to include mobile-friendly sites and a wide selection of apps. Join us for this webcast to hear examples of the best uses of mobility in the federal government.
September 13, 2012 By leveraging existing investments, government managers can simplify vendor and network management and cut down on startup costs. The result enables agencies to easily adapt to future technologies – a key component of the Digital Government Strategy.
September 13, 2012 U.S. military and economic power depend heavily on the security of both government and commercial networks, yet those networks grow increasingly vulnerable to espionage and attack. Our panel will discuss the military’s evolving role in cybersecurity, particularly as a deterrent force, as well as the need for a shared framework -- both national and international -- to address the legal and regulatory challenges of protecting vital networks.
September 12, 2012 Join us for a webcast as we discuss the implications of rising costs for federal agencies, and explore how changes in technology, policy and care delivery can begin to bend the cost curve and improve outcomes.