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Infrastructure: Cloud Modernization 2022

AI in Government is a networking, discussion, and interactive event for professionals working in and with the government on AI, machine learning, and cognitive technologies. Join the team for high-quality information, engaging and educational speakers, and the opportunity to network and engage with like-minded people at this monthly event. ​

AI Gov: Data 2022

Medical research, health care, and national security agencies are all benefiting from artificial intelligence and data analytics, which are helping to improve the delivery of government services. They also assist the workforce in making well-informed and data-driven decisions across a variety of assignments.

Federal agencies are gaining a better understanding of ethical and equitable frameworks, data standards, and analytical tools that will be required to drive the next phases of automation as cloud computing architecture and information processing capacity improve.

Women Tech Leaders 2022

The federal government’s staff will become more representative of the community it serves in the future, and agencies are putting plans in place to make this a possibility.

These activities will have a significant influence on technological objectives and procedures in a variety of ways, including recruiting efforts, Agile frameworks, artificial intelligence, data management, and other areas.

Due to the fact that women make up barely a quarter of the whole STEM profession, the demand for female technology experts to serve in public office is both necessary and urgent. These well-known women address the answers to the problems that many IT teams are experiencing across the federal government.

Blueprints of Tomorrow 2022

Agencies are making better use of their technology funds by making strategic investments in contemporary systems, thanks to resources such as shared services and the Technology Modernization Fund. This encompasses cloud migration attempts as well as the different “as-a-service” infrastructure models that are linked with them. As new technologies take shape, government agencies are putting in place ecosystems that will be able to accommodate future developments.

Disruptive DevSecOps 2022

Agencies are always refining their software development lifecycles and IT operations to ensure they remain competitive. It is therefore more important than ever for them to maintain a tight timetable during this process in order to optimize processes. In order to produce contemporary, efficient, and secure digital services that match the mission requirements of the agency, strong DevSecOps strategies and transformative cultures are required. There are several aspects to this, including the use of agile development approaches in coding, infrastructure, and security, and developing a competent workforce to cooperate and support these services.

CyberScape: Zero Trust 2022

The climate of distrust is creeping across the federal administration. After signing the National Cyber Executive Order, leaders have implemented new structures and mechanisms to provide the groundwork for a zero-trust environment. Topics such as the new ICAM strategy and the software-defined network access structure will be discussed by senior government officials. A panel of CISOs and PCAs from the Department of Defense and civilian agencies such as HHS, NIST, and the Veterans Administration will discuss best practices and how they will impact future procurements.

CyberScape: Data and Automation Security 2022

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize the way the government collects and uses data. Federal agencies, on the other hand, are still sitting on vast amounts of data that may be of tremendous use in assisting in the detection and thwarting of significant cybersecurity threats. This conference will examine novel ways for capitalizing on data in the face of the continual and ever-present requirement to keep systems safe while also ensuring that they are operational as rapidly as possible.

Digital Government 2022

In order to digitize paper-based procedures and migrate to major digital infrastructures, government agencies are implementing aggressive methods to do so. The digitization of information and discovery processes allows for more diversified and faster public access to information and discovery procedures. The National Archives and Data Administration, for example, has set a goal of digitizing 500 million pages of federal records by the year 2026. However, the urge for agencies to shift to a totally electronic recordkeeping system by the end of 2022 is much more imperative. Leaders talk about how they’re conveying these initiatives, as well as the tools that are facilitating these shifts in direction.

CyberScape: Threat Prevention

To combat our nation’s most serious cybersecurity threats, several cybersecurity professionals have continuously urged for a coordinated approach. This includes recommendations for rules requiring obligatory cyber event reporting as well as continuing training and development to ensure that cybersecurity hygiene and best practices are maintained and improved upon over time. Several federal cybersecurity professionals outline how they are collaborating to decrease human error and track down ransomware criminals in order to keep government institutions safe from cyber threats of all kinds.

GovCIO Media & Research Events in 2022 - 2023

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Infrastructure: Cloud Modernization 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
May 19, 2022

AI Gov: Data 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
June 16, 2022

Women Tech Leaders 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
July 14, 2022

Blueprints of Tomorrow 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
July 28, 2022

Disruptive DevSecOps 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
August 8, 2022

CyberScape: Zero Trust 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
September 8, 2022

CyberScape: Data and Automation Security 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
October 6, 2022

Digital Government 2022
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
November 10, 2022

CyberScape: Threat Prevention
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
December 8, 2022