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Cocktails and Conversations

5:30 PM ET What’s new in IT for fiscal 2017? Defense One and Nextgov will chat on Oct. 20 with acquisition, procurement and contracting experts about trends they envision for the coming year, how new legislation will impact the IT acquisition and how agency leaders are preparing. Join us for candid conversations and few cocktails!

The Next Level of Defense - Supporting Mission-Critical Decisions with Data

October 11, 2016 The military is collecting massive amounts of data, leading to an abundance of information the Defense Department and other government agencies can pull from and analyze in order to drive the mission-critical decisions that affect an organization in its entirety. On Oct. 11, Defense One is sitting down with data experts to discuss how military offices are collecting, integrating and using available data, and the future of analytical decision-making.

Tech + Tequila: Tapping into Tech Hubs

September 29, 2016 How is the federal government working with Silicon Valley and other tech hubs across the country to address national issues and bring in new ideas, concepts and talent? From the modernization of the government’s aging IT systems to developing new cybersecurity capabilities and customer-centric services, we’ll explore the future of the government’s increased collaboration with the nation’s tech hubs.

Innovation After Hours

September 22, 2016 With the new White House’s Federal Source Code policy and a recent endorsement from CIA Director John Brennan, open source is at the top of federal data experts’ minds and will continue to drive conversations around IT modernization, government efficiency and cost savings. On September 22, we’ll take a look at the intersection of government, open source and analytics, how government can cultivate and leverage a growing number of open source and analytic solutions amplifying the value from data to address citizen and mission needs.

Customer Experience Summit 2016

September 20, 2016 We live in a customer-centric world in which business decisions, products to develop and services to provide are all driven by consumers, citizens and customers. Every day brings with it new examples of innovative ways industry retains and attracts new customers and improves the overall experience for those it serves. industries have learned that today’s reliance upon technology, social mobility and connectivity has moved us into the age of the customer. Can government tag along? Register now to find out!

Nextgov Meet-Up - Tech + Tequila

August 25, 2016 Artificial intelligence has mostly been a technology encountered in movies and sci-fi books. But this year, the White House released a request for information about preparing for the future of AI, saying the real-world applications for it are endless. Hear experts discuss the potential AI could bring to the federal government and what are some of the challenges and risks agencies would have to consider.

Cocktails and Conversations: The Future of Global Missile Defense

August 15, 2016 Join Defense One for Cocktails and Conversations and come hear national security experts and leaders discuss the future of missile defense — from technologies and innovations to policies and budgets to current and future programs.

Mission Critical: An Update on Federal Cybersecurity

August 11, 2016 Join Nextgov as they sit down with experts to discuss how cybersecurity has changed in the wake of recent breaches of federal IT systems as well as the various policy responses to these breaches and how they are being implemented at an agency level. We’ll take a look at federal cybersecurity spending, the new layers of cyber defense through data protection, and how agencies have used the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan to improve their systems against hackers and other cyber threats.

An Air Force in Transition - A Conversation with Air Force Secretary Deborah James

July 26, 2016 Join Defense One Global Business Editor, Marcus Weisgerber and Secretary Deborah James for a one on one conversation on how the Air Force can better position itself for the future amid fiscal and political uncertainty.

FITARA and the Role of the CIO

June 29, 2016 The implementation of FITARA has brought about a major shake-up in the responsibilities of agency CIOs across the board. On June 29, Nextgov will explore the ever-changing role of the CIO, review how agencies are implementing FITARA through Congressional scorecards and other means, and discuss FITARA’s ramifications moving forward.

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