November 13, 2018 Our society is in the midst of a technological disruption, and artificial intelligence is at the helm. Now more than ever, government leaders are challenged to keep pace with the evolving tech landscape and determine areas for AI investment and adoption within their respective agencies. For the public sector, AI is more than just a cool technology. It is a tool to transform the way government and defense agencies operate, deliver citizen services, and protect the nation. Government Acquisitions, Inc., Dell EMC, and Nvidia are teaming up on November 13 to discuss the state of and future with AI, the 21st century’s most important technology.
October 25, 2018 On October 25th, join industry and government experts, decision-makers, and doers to explore how a modernized storage network and infrastructure can improve agency effectiveness while providing a platform for innovation.
October 18, 2018 On October 18, hear from defense, civilian and industry leaders who are leading the way in enabling and securing the supply chain through collaboration, disruptive technologies and data-driven insights and learn key approaches to ensure protection in your own agency or organization.
October 16, 2018 At this event, we’ll explore how the City of Boston and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts have harnessed data and analytics to power government transformations, and hear from thought leaders, data officers, and technology experts on where these tools are leading us.
October 11, 2018 A podcaster, a scientist, an outreach strategist, a workforce engagement leader and a 3D printing innovator will take the stage on October 11. Who are government’s unsung heroes? At the third annual BOLD program, we’re shining a spotlight on the leaders, thinkers, and doers who are pushing boundaries and redefining what it means to be a public servant. Five bold innovators, selected by a panel of Government Executive and Nextgov editors from hundreds of peer applications, will take the stage to present their innovative programs, projects and plans for the future and share how they're making a difference within their agencies
October 11, 2018 Join Government Executive and Nextgov to hear how innovative tools are realizing mission success by altering acquisition, shifting mission directives, utilizing disruptive technologies and more.
October 10, 2018 The president’s management agenda provides a long-term vision for rebuilding public trust in government by tackling systemic barriers to reform, including an ineffective personnel management system and outdated technology infrastructure. The goals are threefold: deliver on agency missions, provide superior service to the public, and eliminate waste. At Fedstival 2018, Government Executive and Nextgov explore how agencies are working to achieve this vision and develop the next generation of leaders. We’ll examine how agencies are empowering staff and aligning skills with mission requirements; modernizing systems for the digital age; and using data to deliver better outcomes and hold people accountable for performance.
October 9, 2018 At Defense One's Cocktails & Conversation hosted during the week of AUSA's 2018 Annual Meeting, join our conversation with key leaders who are shaping the U.S. Army today and tomorrow. We will examine how U.S. Army field commanders - infantry divisions and more - are adapting to the President's National Security Strategy, and what to expect from the new Army Futures Command coming over the horizon.
October 9, 2018 Government Executive and Nextgov will bring together the top thinkers, leaders, and innovators in government who are shifting perceptions, accelerating change, and redefining what it means to be a public servant. We’ll convene October 9-11 for a week of conversations, events, workshops, networking and more to discuss the most important topics in today’s federal landscape - from emerging technology applications to the future of the workforce and beyond.
October 4, 2018 Defense One always looks to “the future of defense,” so for our 5th anniversary we’re not looking back, we’re looking ahead five years…into the future! We’ll talk to key national security leaders for their 5-year plans, predictions, estimations, and visions. What will the global security landscape look like? What should it look like? And, more importantly, what should U.S. leaders be doing to get us there?