IT decision makers in federal government face unprecedented opportunities for providing new and improved technologies and services, but also some very tough challenges. They must finds ways to support more open and participatory government, improve project performance, and drive IT transformation and reform. At the same time, increasingly complex threats to federal IT systems are forcing government IT professionals to seek new technologies and best practices in information security.
Government IT Leadership Forum is a day-long venue where senior IT leaders in government come together to discuss how they're using technology to drive change in federal departments and agencies. Prominent CIOs from civilian, defense, and intelligence agencies will engage an audience of their peers in an open discussion of cybersecurity, open government, cloud computing, data center consolidation, and much more. We will also be hosting an awards luncheon for the InformationWeek Government 50, featuring leading CIOs in local, state, and federal government. Join this exclusive gathering of government technology executives to hear first-hand how they're driving change and innovation in IT services and operations.
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