August 7, 2017 With constant threats from rogue nations and the growing sophistication of enemy missiles, the need to be ahead of our adversaries has never been more important. For the first time in decades, missiles defense has become a dinner table conversation. The future of missile defense, for both the U.S. and its allies abroad, relies on decisions made today. Join us to hear from missile defense leaders across government and industry!
July 27, 2017 The security issues facing today’s public sector agencies are enormous. Government has become a leading target and consumer of counterfeit and grey market IT due to manipulations of the government procurement process by bad actors. Join PCM-G and keynote speaker Brig. Gen. Steven Spano (USAF, Ret.) to understand and combat vulnerabilities, how to implement a secure IT strategy, and learn about Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management and how to secure a mobile ecosystem in the public sector.
July 22, 2017 Join Route Fifty in Columbus as we explore how the state of Ohio and local leaders are successfully harnessing data, technology, and know-how to provide all levels of government with the right tools to operate efficiently, make informed decisions, and enable growth.
July 13, 2017 The 2nd Annual Defense One Tech Summit will feature top technical thinkers in government, academia, Silicon Valley and beyond. We'll discuss how the game-changing tech of today will become the game-winning resources of tomorrow and paint a picture where commanders have more resources and capabilities to effect positive change and innovate for the future. The stakes could not be higher.
July 11, 2017 The Insights Briefing is a crucial tool for those operating in defense marketing. On July 11, we’ll convene the top minds in the field to share secrets on how to guide high-performing campaigns from conception to execution. Explore insights about the current state of the market and future industry trends, in addition to hearing and sharing success stories through an exclusive networking opportunity at the end of the program. This is the defense marketing summit you will not want to miss.
June 29, 2017 The Modernizing Government Technology Act that passed in May is a $500 million fund that will support IT modernization across outdated infrastructures in the federal government. Join Nextgov this Thursday morning as we sit down with Brig Gen. Kevin Kennedy, Commerce's Rod Turk, Congresswoman Robin Kelly and other tech leaders to discuss the strategies needed to be put in place by the new administration to tackle government IT modernization.
June 28, 2017 Join Defense One and INSA for a panel that will bring together a cadre of public and private sector experts to discuss threats to the supply chain and implications for national security. Additionally, the discussion will focus on how intelligence community agencies and private companies in the national security sector mitigate risk from their suppliers and communicate these supply chain risks.
June 27, 2017 The new administration’s directive to “do more with less” calls on federal agencies to both increase efficiencies and improve results with existing resources. At this event, we’ll explore how agencies are using emerging technologies, advanced analytics, and big data to nurture practical innovation and deliver results. Join us to hear best practices and case studies from the government leaders at the forefront of improving government performance.
June 15, 2017 Technology is having a dramatic effect on today’s federal workforce. How can agency leaders meld emerging innovations and technologies with new and existing employees to increase efficiency, solve problems and meet mission demands? Join us at this event as we discuss: How the government can attract and retain the same talent private sector companies seek; the impact of tech advancements on the jobs of the future and on the tech workforce; ways that new tech innovations can increase government efficiency; and the skills employees need to keep up with emerging technologies like cybersecurity and analytics.
June 13, 2017 The challenges our first responders face in an emergency are daunting--and the landscape is rapidly changing. In New Orleans, we’ll explore the people, policies, tools, and technology that are fundamentally changing how our nation responds to disasters--and what experts see happening next.