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GSA's Martha Johnson to address ACT Management of Change conference

General Services Administration Administrator Martha Johnson will be the featured luncheon speaker at the American Council for Technology’s 30th annual Management of Change Conference Monday, May 24 at the Loews Philadelphia hotel.

The conference, titled, “Building on 30 Years of Collaboration,” runs from Sunday, May 23 through Tuesday, May 25.

Sunday evening’s keynoter is Dan Heath, author of “Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard.”

Monday’s morning keynote speaker is Chris Painter, special assistant to the president for cybersecurity.

Four workshops will feature experts from government and industry discussing various topics that include: Increasing Citizen Engagement, Top Commercial Practices by the Global 500, Human Capital: To Insource or Not To Insource? and IT Security and Risk: Federal Policy, Funding and Implementation Challenges.

Registration is open but is limited to 450 attendees. For a complete agenda and additional information, go to the ACT Web site: www.actgov.org/MOC2010.

Posted by David Hubler on Apr 28, 2010 at 12:10 PM


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