August 23, 2016 The implementation of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) brought about a major shake-up for officials across government. By expanding oversight into IT investments and expenses, adjusting the roles of IT mission owners including the enhancement of the CIO’s authority, and updating the technology acquisition and procurement processes, IT leaders are working towards the common goal of an effective, efficient and secure technological landscape across all federal agencies. Register now to hear how agencies continue to push forward in achieving the requirements laid out by FITARA while controlling IT costs in general.
August 17, 2016 As agencies work to implement CSIP and CNAP to enhance cybersecurity capabilities, such as outdated infrastructure systems, inconsistent capabilities, and inadequate resources hinder their effort to avoid cyber-attacks. In this webcast, we'll explore the role big data and analytics play in overcoming these challenges and talk with experts about leveraging existing infrastructure with an integrated cyber analytics approach to help government agencies.
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.
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.
July 26, 2016 High-performing organizations successfully use analytics to transform data into intelligence using actionable insights for improved performance, streamlined operations, and strategic decision making. Tune in July 26 to hear more about how different programs in the Federal government are using analytics to make better decisions that drive performance improvement and provide better service for their stakeholders.
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.
July 13, 2016 Route Fifty recently launched the Navigator Awards program honoring individuals and teams across state, county and municipal governments who have demonstrated the ability to implement innovative ideas to solve problems and improve public sector services in the communities they serve. Join us for an inside look at the Navigator Awards and a discussion on the qualities that make these leaders or teams so successful in driving change and innovation.
June 29, 2016 Today, going digital is table stakes. Government employees, agencies and citizens have been conditioned by the “commercial” experience and now expect the same experience from government. In this one-hour webcast, learn how to create the digital government of the future by leveraging multiple technologies in tandem in order to truly transform operational processes and employee/citizen experiences.
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.
June 28, 2016 The only thing that is constant is change. As we face a change in administration and possible changes in the SES framework, it is important to realize that change can bring about creativity and innovation. This viewcast will explore some of the potential changes that are unique to federal government agencies, and examine organizations that, despite the negative impacts of change, reinvented themselves or their processes to meet increasing demands.