Federal Mobility Group at ACT-IAC Networks and Telecommunications COI
Attend this ACT-IAC Networks and Telecommunications COI meeting as guest speakers from the Federal Mobility Group (FMG) showcase the work completed by the team.
Learn more about how the FMG works across the federal government to identify common wireless and mobility challenges, develop workable solutions, and create opportunities to share best practices. Industry attendees will learn how their company can engage with the FMG to hear how agencies are integrating mobile technologies into their mission and gain opportunities to present your solutions to this important group. Government attendees can learn how they can leverage best practices in 5G and mobile security for your agency. And, consider becoming part of the group.
You don’t want to miss this opportunity to directly engage with mobility SMEs in government.
Topics to be covered include: Future of Mobility in Government, Mobile Security, Adoption of 5G in Government
(Invited) Allen Hill, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Category Management, Information Technology Category, GSA
(Invited) Josh Weaver, Telecom Systems Engineer, U.S. Navy
(Invited) Vincent Sritapan, Section Chief, Cyber Quality Service Management Office, CISA - Cyber Security Division, Department of Homeland Security
Dave Harris, Security Architecture Section Chief, Cybersecurity Division, U.S. Department of the Interior
Ross Foard, Senior Engineer, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
Gema Howell, Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Jim Russo, Branch Chief, Solutions Development, General Services Administration (GSA)
Kevin Gallo, Director, Technical Account Management, Enterprise Technology Solutions, Information Technology Category, General Services Administration (GSA)
What is the Federal Mobility Group
The Federal Mobility Group (FMG) was established in 2019 through the combining of the Mobile Services Category Team and the Mobile Technology Tiger Team. The FMG works across the federal government to identify common wireless and mobility challenges, develop workable solutions and create opportunities to share share best practices. The FMG is co-chaired by mobile leaders from the Depart of Homeland Security, the General Services Administration, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and includes three at large agency representatives. The FMG reports to the Federal CIO Council's Services, Strategies, and Infrastructure Committee, with executive sponsorship by a federal agency CISO. To ensure that the FMG appropriately considers acquisition policy and priorities set by the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, the FMG has a matrixed reporting relationship to the Federal IT Category Manager.
Non-national security and mobility mission related challenges faced by agencies. Current focus is on - 5G and its federal impacts, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Security, Policy, Regulations, and other Emerging Technologies associated with diverse mobile environments such as devices, operating systems and security postures, and operational requirements.