Problem statement: Agencies are falling behind in preparing their teams for both the technology and management needs of the future.
A report from the Government Accountability Office revealed that some government agencies aren’t just using slightly outdated technology, but decades- old equipment. The report found that information systems at the Department of Education, Health and Human Services and the Treasury Department each contained sensitive information dating back more than 50 years. Not only are these systems incredibly old, they need a specialized workforce to operate them, a workforce that is quickly nearing retirement.
Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT for GovLoop’s “The Intersection of Tech and Management: How to Make Them Work Together” Virtual Summit, where we will explore how agencies can take steps to modernize not only their technology, but their management of it, too.
You’ll hear from:
- Susan Little, Director, Division of Records and Information Systems/CMS Records Officer, Issuances, Records and Information Systems Group, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
- Amy Haseltine, Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Acquisitions, Office of Information Technology Category, Federal Acquisition Service, GSA
- Alex (Crump) Smith, Chief HR Officer, City of Memphis
- Ann Dunkin, CIO, Department of Energy
- Damien Eversmann, Chief Architect for Education, Red Hat
- Nick Psaki, Federal Principal Technology Strategist, PureStorage
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