For Government: Earn 16 CLPs (Continuous Learning Points) and help fulfill your annual learning requirements!
There has been more discussion recently about the concept of running government more like a business. The economic challenges of recent years have required government and industry alike to be more agile, work smarter and achieve more with less! By combining the innovation and best practices in business with the necessary government policies and comprehensive services, we can achieve that goal. At this year’s Management of Change (MOC 2017) conference we will provide a forum for thoughtful exploration of this idea. The theme of MOC 2017 is “Bridging Government and Business.” Please help us build that bridge with your presence and active participation.
As it has done for the past 37 years, the MOC conference offers a unique opportunity for collaboration and training on new ways that government and industry can work together to strengthen the services delivered to the nation’s citizens. Our goal is to build consensus, make connections and provide an interactive environment where government and industry can learn from each other. Our desired outcome is to provide the best value and services to constituents in the most effective means possible, meeting the diverse needs of our country, both today and in the future.
Newly Confirmed Government Speakers:
Jonathan Alboum, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Elizabeth Angerman, Executive Director, Unified Shared Service Management Office, General Services Administration
Jose Arrieta, Deputy, IT Schedule Contact Operations, General Services Administration
Avi Bender, Director, National Technical Information Service
Alexis Bonnell, Director, Office of Engagement & Communications, U.S. Global Development Lab, U.S. Agency for International Development
Mark Busby, Chief Technology Officer, National Archives and Records Administration
Eric Cho, Project Lead, Department of Homeland Security, Procurement Innovation Lab
Leland Dudek, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Social Security Administration
Kevin R. Cooke, Jr, Principal Deputy Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Roland Edwards, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Sarah Fahden, Verification Program Chief, Department of Homeland Security, USCIS
Margie Graves, Acting Federal Chief Information Officer, office of Management and Budget
Chris Hamm, Director, Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM), General Services Administration
Joseph Klimavicz, Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Justice
Simmons Lough, FPNG Tech Lead, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Chris O'Donnell, Chief, Information Technology Services & Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Maria Roat, Chief Information Officer, Small Business Administration
Rory Schultz, Client Executive, Client Technology Services, Office of the Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Navin Vembar, Chief Technology Officer, General Services Administration
Dave Zvenyach, Acting Executive Director of 18F, Director of Acquisition, General Services Administration
For a full list of speakers, click here.
Topics this year include:
- Cognitive Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Managing the Workforce
- Customer Experience
- Innovation At Work
- Cloud Migration
- Mapping the Intersection of Government and Industry Telecom
- Digital Enablement
- Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI)
- And more!
Join us on May 21 - 23, 2017 in Cambridge, MD for MOC 2017!
|All Rates are per person
|Government Group (4 or more)
|Industry Member On-Site