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Balancing Near Term Reality with
Long Term Objectives

October 20, 2020 |  Webinar

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IT Transformation Chapter: 

Balancing Near Term Reality with Long Term Objectives

As the COVID-19 outbreak began to spread, agencies found innovative ways to quickly transition to emergency response and remote work across many areas, including technology, workforce, cybersecurity, governance, and funding. Funds provided through pandemic relief legislation supported modernization efforts in agencies for the short term. Going forward, agencies will need to balance urgent needs with long term goals and sustain the rapid innovation gains achieved over the past six months. 

This webinar will look at agency innovation examples and lessons learned from rapid innovation, as well as how to keep it going. Speakers will provide insight into how agencies plan to execute and pivot in the next year and beyond. Thought leaders will also discuss how agencies can bring all stakeholders early into the modernization process to produce stronger mission outcomes and IT modernization approaches that will help agencies sustain rapid innovation.

Please join AFCEA Bethesda on October 20th as leading government CIOs, Deputy CIOs, CTOs, and DevSecOp leaders discuss how agencies and vendor partners can help sustain IT and digital transformation progress.

SPEAKERS

Dr. Lawrence Anderson

Deputy Chief Information Officer

U.S. Department of Commerce

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Keith Bluestein

Chief Information Officer

U.S. Small Business Administration

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Bob DeLuca (Pending Approval)

Acting Director, Technology Transformation Services

GSA

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Courtney Winship

Chief, Digital Services Division, Office of Citizenship & Applicant Information Services

USCIS

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Moderator: Isaac Constans

Senior Staff Writer

GovLoop