The Government is making a significant investment in shared services and it is no surprise that agencies are at different stages along this journey. Please join us to hear from different agencies to learn about their successes as well as challenges in implementing Shared Services. We will focus on Department of Commerce, which has made a significant investment in shared services to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of delivering on their mission of promoting economic growth and job creation by ensuring fair and secure trade, collecting supportive data, and fostering innovation through setting standards and continued research.
Discover how DOC plans to utilize Shared Services to deliver on its mission across all 12 bureaus. What current processes and technologies are being leveraged to better connect and provide exposure to each bureau regarding these joint services? How can other agencies, who have had previous success with Shared Services, help lead the way for the rest of Government? Come gain insights into the progress and challenges Commerce is currently facing, and how Shared Services is aiming to provide lasting solutions at all government departments.
**This program is closed to the press and not for attribution, at the request of the Agency.
Individuals who participate in this session will be eligible for 2 Continuous Learning Point (CLP)
Glenn Davidson, Executive Director of Enterprise Services, Department of Commerce
Tim Bass, Director of Service Management, Department of Commerce
Jamie Krauk, Chief of Staff and Program Manager, Department of Commerce
Renee Macklin, Director of Information Technology Enterprise Services, Department of Commerce
9:30am – 10:00am Registration & Networking
10:00am – 11:30am Program Panel Discussion/Q&A
11:30am Closing Remarks
Industry Rate: $70.00
Government Rate: $0.00
Programming for the ACT-IAC Federal Insights Exchange is not eligible for non-member participation. If you are interested in attending this session please contact April Davis at email@example.com to inquire about ACT-IAC membership.