November 14, 2012 The consensus is that digital government will save money and drive engagement between citizens and federal employees, but concerns remain over security and privacy. Ensuring safe and secure delivery of digital services will be paramount. Join us for an event that will focus on how federal agencies are tapping the power of mobile and web-based technologies to deliver information in new ways.
November 8, 2012 How can federal managers identify and pursue the right opportunities to cut costs, as pressures surrounding agency budgets intensify? With strong leadership, a cross-disciplinary approach, and data, federal managers can drive change that improves mission performance while reducing costs.
October 25, 2012 In the fall of 2012, the budget debate that has been kicked down the road for two years will come to a crossroads. As federal agencies face the prospect of tumbling over the fiscal cliff, we’ll talk to a nationally recognized expert on the process about how it will unfold, what Congress and the administration are likely to do, and what federal managers need to prepare for in the rest of 2012 and into 2013.
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 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 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 6, 2012 Regardless of the election outcome, change is on the horizon. Every four years, government's management ranks must take on the added complexities of the transition. For today's leaders, this will come on top of the already enormous pressures that threaten mission success: tight budgets, workforce reductions, increased scrutiny.
July 31, 2012 Open source information and social media have caused a huge growth in the amount of data available to the intelligence community. In a budget constrained environment, this information explosion may become a major source for producing intelligence and protecting our nation.
July 18, 2012 The Budget Control Act of 2011 stipulates nearly $1 trillion in cuts over the next 10 years. And if the government fails to reduce the deficit as mandated, those cuts could reach upwards of $1.2 trillion through the “sequestration” process. Regardless of which road Congress takes, one thing is clear: federal agencies will need to dramatically rethink their service delivery models for the short-and-long term.