CREATOR OF CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION TO KEYNOTE FOSE AND GOVSEC/U.S. LAW 2010
Anthony Zuiker to Discuss How Online Collaboration Improves Creativity and Productivity
FALLS CHURCH, Va. – October 26, 2009 – 1105 Government Information Group, the leading provider of integrated information and media for the government information technology (IT) market, today announced that Anthony Zuiker, creator and Executive Producer of the hit series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will serve as the opening keynote for its FOSE and GovSec, U.S. Law conferences on March 23, 2010. His address, “Cross‐Platforming: New Interactive Strategies and Creative Solutions,” will focus on how the government can use collaboration tools to improve creativity and information‐sharing across agencies.
FOSE, the largest trade show for government technology professionals will be co‐located with GovSec, U.S. Law for its second year at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. FOSE will be held March 23‐25, 2010 and GovSec, U.S. Law will be held March 23‐24, 2010.
“We are excited that Anthony Zuiker will be opening the FOSE and GovSec, U.S. Law shows for 2010. With so much focus on Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies, government leaders can take lessons learned from the successes of the private sector,” said Don Berey, Show Director for 1105 Government Information Group. “As the creator of successful online communities centered around CSI, Mr. Zuiker is uniquely qualified to discuss how technology is enabling organizations to interact with their stakeholders through a public and open forum in order to increase productivity, visualize new strategies and identify creative solutions.”
Zuiker, creator of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, has also served as its Executive Producer since 2000. During his tenure he has built the show into one of the highest‐rated dramas in television history, receiving an astounding 28 Emmy nominations and a regular slot in the Nielson Top 10. As Executive Producer, Zuiker introduced multi‐platforming to the traditional television model, encouraging viewers to use mobile technology to predict the show’s outcomes. He also incorporated online communities into CSI storylines, empowering viewers to visit virtual CSI labs, learn about investigative techniques and interact with other viewers.
Keynote addresses at FOSE and GovSec, U.S. Law are open to all registered attendees of either show.
For more information about FOSE 2010, please visit www.fose.com. To learn more about GovSec, U.S. Law 2010, please visit www.govsecinfo.com.
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