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Event Highlights

  • Jesse Samberg, IBM
  • John Bergin, Department of Defense, OCIO
  • Justin Herman, GSA
  • Marcel Jemio, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
  • Justin Herman, GSA
  • Marcel Jemio, U.S. Office of Personnel Management

IN REVIEW

On December 6th , government and industry thought-leaders came together to discuss how multiple federal agencies are leveraging advanced technologies, such as Cognitive, Robotics and Blockchain, to deliver services that are measurable better and allow agencies to dedicate more resources towards mission success. If you missed the event, you can download the event summary below to learn more about this topic.

Shared Services and Emerging Technologies Modernize Government

It’s no secret technology evolves rapidly, and that government agencies can’t keep up. That’s why the concept of shared services—centralizing service provisioning—has made waves among federal agencies. READ THE FULL SUMMARY HERE

Event Agenda

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

7 AM
8 AM
9 AM
10 AM
8:00 am - 8:05 am Welcome and Opening Remarks
8:05 am - 8:15 am Introduction
  • Jesse Samberg Shared Services Director, Global Business Services, US Public Service IBM
8:15 am - 8:40 am Modernization Outlook
  • John Bergin IT and Business Systems Reform Lead Department of Defense, Office of the CIO
8:40 am - 9:05 am Robotic Process Automation
9:05 am - 9:30 am Blockchain Case Study
  • Marcel Jemio Chief Data Architect and (Acting) Chief, Data Management
    Federal Data Solutions, OCIO
    U.S. Office of Personnel Management
  • Introduction by: Mark Fisk Partner, Blockchain Leader - US Public Service IBM
9:30 am - 10:20 am Government Panel: Accelerating the Future: Implementing Emerging Technologies at your Agency
  • Justin Herman Emerging Citizen Technology Inter-Agency Lead General Services Administration
  • Marcel Jemio Chief Data Architect and (Acting) Chief, Data Management
    Federal Data Solutions, OCIO
    U.S. Office of Personnel Management
10:20 am - 10:25 am Closing Remarks