Join Us on October 17th!
With advancements in technology, evolutions in workforce expectations, and unprecedented threats, the work of the federal government is constantly changing. Each year, leaders are tasked with protecting their role as stewards to the American people and challenged to rethink how government meets this mission.
Join us on Tuesday, October 17th for an illuminating journey into the current dynamics of the federal government, its leadership's foremost priorities, and compelling case studies showcasing transformative initiatives. This captivating experience promises to empower you with a profound understanding of how seasoned professionals are addressing disruptions in the supply chain, pioneering innovative applications of data analytics and machine learning, and enhancing the overall employee experience. Our lineup of breakout sessions for this year includes:
- Journey to an Intelligent Enterprise, Track 1: A pragmatic vision for digital transformation.
- Human Experience Management, Track 2: Enhancing employee well-being, tackling workforce challenges, and harnessing technology for HR improvement.
- Federal Supply Chain Management, Track 3: Streamlining supply chain operations, with a focus on industry-specific solutions tailored for the public sector.
You won’t want to miss these forward-thinking sessions and spotlight moments featuring leaders from both government and industry who are leading the way in transformation and resilience.
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. ET
9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m. ET
1500 S Capitol St SE
Washington D.C. 20003
for industry attendance, please contact Ben Henning for sponsorship details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Embracing the Digital Age: Reshaping Government for a Tech-Driven Future
Technology is transforming the way we live, work, connect, and everything in between. Industry executives and federal government experts alike face unprecedented challenges, and opportunities, in capitalizing on the new momentum as they race towards a bigger, better, more impactful 21st century government. It’s clear everyone’s eyes are on the future. The question remains: what does the future hold?
Completing the Puzzle for Digital Transformation at Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin is in the early stages of a multi-year effort (known as the One LMX Transformation Program [1LMX]) to transform mission-critical business systems. By leveraging data as a strategic asset, enabling a model-based enterprise that spans the full product value chain, and streamlining systems and processes to both grow and run the business, Lockheed Martin is taking the lead in forging a more resilient, secure, and modernized supply chain for the nation’s defense industrial base. To do this, Lockheed Martin is leveraging RISE with SAP to expand its enterprise cloud capabilities and introduce the tools needed to implement core business processes in managed FedRAMP-compliant cloud environments. These solutions will provide Lockheed Martin with a secure innovation platform on which to develop emerging technologies and enhance its strategic data management and analytics objectives.
Deploying ERP to Improve Audit Readiness, Financial Reporting, and IT Controls
The United States Navy faces multiple challenges today, from the transformation of financial, HR and IT systems to the impact of geopolitical conditions on its strategic and operational initiatives. Representatives from IBM, SAP, and the U.S. Navy will discuss how retiring legacy systems and deploying modern Enterprise Resource Planning systems can help the Navy fulfill not only its policy directives, but also its mission-critical goals to transform and modernize Audit, Financial Reporting, and IT controls.
Break & Transitions
Breakout Sessions 1
Break & Transitions
Breakout Sessions 2
Break & Transitions
Networking & Lunch
Breakout Sessions 3
Breakout Sessions 4
Breakout Sessions 5
Defining our Path Forward, Together
The future of the federal government is riddled with new opportunities and challenges for leadership from overcoming supply chain disruptions, rethinking new applications of data analytics and artificial intelligence, and everything in between. In the years ahead, how are leaders prioritizing their goals and strategizing for a future-focused government? Who is setting the tone for where the road ahead leads?
RISE with SAP 2023: SAP's Cloud Strategy and Supporting our Federal Customers' Digital Transformation Journey
Leveraging cloud capabilities across an enterprise expands opportunities to drive innovation while optimizing decades of established business processes, with the aim of improving core operations and driving business transformation. This session will outline RISE with SAP which helps organizations strategically refactor and transform their enterprises in order to take advantage of innovations provided by SAP and its vast ecosystem. Specific key elements of RISE with SAP include SAP S/4HANA cloud, SAP Business Technology Platform, business process transformation solutions, and SAP’s sovereign cloud delivery option for the defense industrial base.
This moment will serve as a cohesive culmination of the day's content, encapsulating the key insights, discussions, and learnings that have unfolded throughout our time together. Moreover, it will also mark the exciting announcement of the networking reception, where you can engage with fellow attendees, speakers, and organizers, fostering valuable connections and discussions.
Chief, Talent Management & Development
Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM)
Assistant Administrator, Financial Systems
Brig Gen Jake Kwon
Director of Strategic Operations (IMA) Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7
Human Resources Information Technology Manager
Naval Nuclear Laboratory (FMP)
HR Transformation Executive
VP, Global Public Sector
Global Vice President - Procurement, Supply Chain and Business Networks
Director Defense Solutions
Federal SAP Service Area Leader,
COO Regulated Industries
Director, Public Sector Alliances & Business Development
Chief Revenue Officer
Vice President, Public Sector
S/4HANA Center of Excellence Solutions Expert
SAP Business Network
Attendees can take the Green Line to the Navy Yard station or the Orange, Blue or Silver Lines to the Capitol South station. The Navy Yard station is just a block away from Nationals Park, and the Capitol South station is a 15 minute walk to and from Nationals Park.
Complimentary parking in Garage C at Nationals Park is available for guests driving to the ballpark. The garage is located at the corner of N Street SE and First Street SE with the vehicle entrance on First Street SE. When entering the garage, drivers will need to let the parking attendant know that they are there for the event. Guests are encouraged to park near the elevator banks located on each level on the plaza side of the garage. Once parked, take the elevators or stairs down to "PL" (Plaza) which is street level. From there, guests will enter the ballpark through the small red tent with a white "curly W" where event security will be located for entry screening.
LUNCH AND LANYARDS