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Nov 05

Washington, DC

Ronald Regan Building & International Trade Center

Welcome to the GOSCON DC schedule. The conference format will include three tracks: Managament, Mission, and the Open Technology Forum. We anticipate some additional changes to the program in the next week, so please check back for the final schedule. Management: The management track will focus on global issues for senior management and their key strategic, planning, procurement, contracts and legal staff to understand more about what it means and what it takes to adopt the use open source software and its collaborative model in support of their agencies program objectives. Open Source Supporting the Mission: The mission track will highlight how open source is being used to support agency's missions and goals across government. Start your morning with our Mission Ignite Session showcasing agency projects and programs. An ignite session is a series of 5 minute presentations with up to 20 slides per presentation. It's sure to be a wake-me-up! Open Source Technology Forum: Our new track this year the Open Source Technology Forum is geared to those who want to understand the underlying technology issues such as security, migration, middleware and of course cloud computing. It is designed for both technology and mangement personnel. The Special Open Tech Lab will take a deeper dive into several technology topics and include some hands-on work for attendees

Senior information technology officers in the public sector; Chief Information Officers and other managers with a responsibility for Information Technology along with their senior strategic planning, architecture, procurement and legal staff should attend this conference. Cross-state associations with common or shared business practices and problems will want to attend and consider collaborative development projects

Registration Opens: 09/01/2009 Cost: Registration Fees Early Registration Ends Oct 15

Contact Name: Kandy Nardini

ph: 703-472-3277 email: [email protected]

Company Info:

Potomac Forum, LTD

10137 Colebrook Avenue
Potomac, MD. 20854 United States

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