Discover how opportunities are being addressed by the new portfolio management review process.
Learn from agencies that are finding ways to acquire the modern work tools spawned by big data analytics.
Navigate the risks of reduced budgets and archaic technology during times of growing cyber threats.
Obtain the latest on programs and valuable ideas for achieving the objectives of the Open Government Directive.
Comply with NARA policies, get lessons learned and avoid unexpected mines and traps.
About the 2014 Event
Building on the past 12 years of leading government events, all critical disciplines that underpin our community have been compiled into 5 co-located events making up the Government IT Forum.
Each event focuses on a major technology trend: cloud, cybersecurity, mobile, big data & business intelligence and records & information management.
The Government IT Forum is FREE of charge to government employees.
Learn policy and procedural changes you can make to close the security gap and mitigate risk when using third-party data recovery vendors.
Understand the shortcomings of proxy-based solutions and next-generation security platforms designed to achieve complete network visibility.
See how DOJ increased IT productivity and generated significant cost savings by migrating storage and data management
to a robust cloud-based solution.
Learn how forward-thinking agencies/organizations are using Big Data Analytics to predict and stop even the most aggressive Cyber attacks.
Understand little-known challenges in fraud management and the real-time tools
forerunners in fraud prevention are using to detect and dispel immanent threats.
With budget volatility likely to plague agencies for years to come, Federal agencies are investigating new and creative ways to limit spending while still investing in how to successfully analyze big data. Agency developers are tasked with creating impossible applications with complicated requirements that are expected to deliver immediate results.
Learn how open source and open architecture can provide an incremental but rapid path to enterprise transformation, enabling development of SaaS capability using SOA principles. The convergence of open source ESB platforms with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles and Cloud delivery models realizes the vision of leveraging Platform as a Service (PaaS) to transform the delivery of IT systems in a manner that dramatically increases business agility, while minimizing project and enterprise risk.