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Supporting the Warfighter

February 23, 2016 Maintaining a fully manned and dynamic workforce is a key component of military readiness. While much of the force readiness conversation is focused on the warfighters themselves, equally important is developing and sustaining the talent that provides the military with the infrastructure to accomplish its missions. Join us as we discuss manpower and talent required to support the warfighter and their influence on shaping force readiness.

Bridging the Gap Between Big Data and Practical Critical Decisions

February 22, 2016 During this digital event, we’ll explore use cases on crime prevention, disease prediction and more to illustrate how you can successfully overcome your big data problems by leveraging your disparate data pools as a useable, useful, and dynamic resource. Join us on February 22 at 2 PM.

Analytics of Multi-Cultural Name Information

February 16, 2016 On February 16th, join Dr. Leonard Shaefer, pioneer in automated name processing and co-founder of Language Analysis Systems (LAS), for a discussion on overcoming the complexity of managing multicultural name information and language. Dr. Shaefer will uncover the best practices for government agencies across missions including anti-terrorism, money laundering, transportation and immigration.

Transforming Defense and Federal IT for a Modern World

February 10, 2016 The government’s current IT trajectory is not sustainable, and DOD and other agencies must modernize their systems. Join Defense One and Nextgov for a live conversation around the future of defense and federal IT on Wednesday, February 10.

Data Governance in the Internet of Everything

February 4, 2016 All the data in the world is useless if you can’t manage it. Join Nextgov and data pros from USDA and the FOIA Resource Center for a livestreamed conversation around the fast-approaching world of big data in the Internet of Everything.

Federal Management: The State of Your Union

January 27, 2016 Each year, federal agency Inspectors General offer up their lists of each agency’s top management challenges. Join us for a Jan. 27 livestreamed conversation exploring these challenges and what progress we’re making addressing them.

LIVESTREAM: Maintaining Force Readiness in the New Era of Global Threats

January 21, 2016 Join Defense One as we engage military leaders in a discussion on building a military and maintaining total force readiness in the next decades. We will explore "new front line" areas of cyber and the integration of women into all military jobs among other areas shaping force readiness in the next decades.

Maintaining Force Readiness in the New Era of Global Threats

January 21, 2016 Join Defense One as we engage military leaders in a discussion on building a military and maintaining total force readiness in the next decades. We will explore "new front line" areas of cyber and the integration of women into all military jobs among other areas shaping force readiness in the next decades.

2016 Top Management Challenges for State & Local Government

January 20, 2016 Over the past ten years, a wide array of challenges have made management increasingly difficult for state and local government employees. To dig deeper into which issues are currently causing leaders the most trouble, Route Fifty and Government Business Council conducted a survey of more than 900 state and local leaders. Join us for a livestreamed conversation on January 20th to learn the findings of this brand new research.

Government Analytics Forum Resource Center

December 31, 2015 Many federal professionals know that they need to extract actionable information from the vast data repositories that their agencies maintain. Yet challenges exist in how to get at that data and use it for meaningful analysis and more informed decision-making. In May, experts from the data analysis community gathered to share best practices for driving mission objectives with informed decisions at the 2015 Government Analytics Forum.