ServiceNow Federal Forum: Modernizing Government IT Now. February 7, 2018. Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

Program

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Marvin
Vice President of Federal Sales
ServiceNow
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Modernization and cost savings are key objectives across the public and private sectors. Indeed, these themes are drivers for almost all organizations. Today’s Federal CIOs are working hard to drive innovation and deliver enterprise-class, mission-focused IT capabilities – while reducing risk and cost.

Osborn
Federal CTO
ServiceNow
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From the Cyber Executive Order to the White House IT Modernization Report, it’s clear that digital transformation remains a top priority for the Administration. With the initial deadlines fast-approaching, get the inside track from Danielle Metz, Policy Advisor, Office of Science and Technology Policy for the Executive Office of the President, on the practical and tactical steps needed to improve operational efficiency, increase security, and accelerate service delivery to support a 21st century government.

Metz
Policy Advisor
Office of Science and Technology Policy
Executive Office of the President
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Prior
President and CEO
CSRA
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Accelerated by FITARA and recent modernization initiatives, digital transformation is revolutionizing how agencies deliver, support, and consume IT services. Consolidating systems and automating processes with the scalability to support an ever-increasing influx of data, today’s agencies are achieving digital transformation through the cloud.

Funkhouser
Anthony S. Funkhouser [Moderator]
Senior Solution Consultant
Federal Advisory
ServiceNow
Fort
Executive General Manager
Sales Strategy and Operations
HMS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
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Now in its final phases, the Department of Homeland Security’s CDM program provides real-time visibility into agency vulnerabilities – identifying and assessing emerging threats, possible entry points for malicious attacks, and user behaviors.

Perodin
David Perodin [Moderator]
Security Solutions Architect
ServiceNow
Decker
Principal
Booz Allen Hamilton
Donelson
Director, Business Development
Okta
Girard
Vice President
Public Sector
Okta
Klein
Federal Product Line Sales Manager
Security Operations
ServiceNow
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From healthcare to national parks to taxes and more, constituents demand instant access, flexible services, and a seamless user experience. Accelerated by recent White House and Congressional initiatives, improving the citizen experience remains a critical component to IT modernization. Agencies are working hard to transform their aging systems to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability by better leveraging new technologies and improving underlying business processes.

Reinhardt
Dan Reinhardt [Moderator]
Principal Advisory Solution Architect
ServiceNow
Giovannucci
Senior Manager
Accenture Federal Services
McClure
Director
CIO Advisory Services
Accenture Federal Services
Ogden
Product Line Specialist
ServiceNow
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The ongoing challenge to recruit and retain talented workers in the public sector continues, but is especially difficult in the Federal space. To solve for this in the public sector, government agencies are working hard to modernize HR, simplify processes, reduce complexity, and drive down costs, all while striving to improve the overall employee experience.

Fritcher
Tracey Fritcher [Moderator]
Global Director
HR Transformation Practice
ServiceNow
Honaker
Director of Delivery
Cask
Williams
CTO
U.S. Army Civilian Human Resources Agency
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As the demand for cloud grows, so does the complexity to manage and control cloud sprawl. To meet these challenges, agencies are taking a platform approach across their public and private clouds — allowing them to preserve the advantages of hybrid cloud flexibility, while giving them complete visibility and control to achieve service level goals and manage their cloud costs.

Malone
Advisory Solution Architect
ServiceNow Federal
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Conlin
Chief Technology Officer
U.S. Public Sector
DXC Technogology
Girard
Vice President
Public Sector
Okta
Washington
CIO
Department of Agriculture
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Offering innovative solutions to many of the challenges facing agencies today, Federal executives are successfully integrating emerging technologies into their IT and workplace strategies. But with new technology comes new adoption challenges – from acquisition to deployment to personnel, security considerations, and more.

Osborn
Bob Osborn [Moderator]
Federal CTO
ServiceNow
Blackburn
CIO
Office of Information and Technology
Department of Veterans Affairs
Christ
Co-Founder & Co-CEO
LeanIX
Parker
CIO and Deputy Director
Plans and Integration Headquarters
U.S. Air Force
Patterson
Director, Information Technology
Department of the Army Civilian Human Resources Agency
Wynn
CIO
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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Accelerated by FITARA and recent modernization initiatives, digital transformation is revolutionizing how agencies deliver, support, and consume IT services. Consolidating systems and automating processes with the scalability to support an ever-increasing influx of data, today’s agencies are achieving digital transformation through the cloud.

Funkhouser
Anthony S. Funkhouser [Moderator]
Senior Solution Consultant
Federal Advisory
ServiceNow
Fort
Executive General Manager
Sales Strategy and Operations
HMS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
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Now in its final phases, the Department of Homeland Security’s CDM program provides real-time visibility into agency vulnerabilities – identifying and assessing emerging threats, possible entry points for malicious attacks, and user behaviors. Building off the initial phases, DHS has recently established a Federal CDM dashboard to provide increased transparency across all government networks – enabling agencies to better automate, correlate, and react to the data collected by the program.

Perodin
David Perodin [Moderator]
Security Solutions Architect
ServiceNow
Decker
Principal
Booz Allen Hamilton
Donelson
Director, Business Development
Okta
Girard
Vice President
Public Sector
Okta
Klein
Federal Product Line Sales Manager
Security Operations
ServiceNow
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From healthcare to national parks to taxes and more, constituents demand instant access, flexible services, and a seamless user experience. Accelerated by recent White House and Congressional initiatives, improving the citizen experience remains a critical component to IT modernization. Agencies are working hard to transform their aging systems to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability by better leveraging new technologies and improving underlying business processes.

Reinhardt
Dan Reinhardt [Moderator]
Principal Advisory Solution Architect
ServiceNow
Giovannucci
Senior Manager
Accenture Federal Services
McClure
Director
CIO Advisory Services
Accenture Federal Services
Ogden
Product Line Specialist
ServiceNow
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The ongoing challenge to recruit and retain talented workers in the public sector continues, but is especially difficult in the Federal space. To solve for this in the public sector, government agencies are working hard to modernize HR, simplify processes, reduce complexity, and drive down costs, all while striving to improve the overall employee experience.

Fritcher
Tracey Fritcher [Moderator]
Global Director
HR Transformation Practice
ServiceNow
Honaker
Director of Delivery
Cask
Williams
CTO
U.S. Army Civilian Human Resources Agency
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As the demand for cloud grows, so does the complexity to manage and control cloud sprawl. To meet these challenges, agencies are taking a platform approach across their public and private clouds — allowing them to preserve the advantages of hybrid cloud flexibility, while giving them complete visibility and control to achieve service level goals and manage their cloud costs.

Malone
Advisory Solution Architect
ServiceNow Federal
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Working hard to modernize? Join speakers, attendees, and ServiceNow public sector partners for an afternoon networking reception.