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Atarc Federal DEVops breakfast summit

November 30, 2022, 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM ET | Marriott Metro Center, Washington DC

4.0 CPE Credits Available for this Event***

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7:30 AM

Registration   |    Breakfast

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8:00 AM

Keynote

Mark Andress

Mark Andress

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency , Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security , United States Department of Defense (Invited)

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8:30 AM

Devops & it’s Increasing Importance

With many older systems in place, the government is one sector that could use DevOps the most. However, like many industries, there are often challenges adopting new ways of doing things. That being said, this panel will focus on roadblocks towards DevOp adoption and addressing how to overcome them. A few questions to ask are what are the challenges to Devops adoption; What are steps that help make DevOps a reality? Join us for this discussion as topic experts will discuss IT and cybersecurity as it relates to DevOps adoption on the government level.

Christopher Contakes

Christopher Contakes

Chief Technology Officer, The Chronicle of Higher Education (Invited)

Donna Bennet

Donna Bennet

Chief Information Security Officer , Bureau of Information Resource Management, United States Department of State (Invited)

Gina Fisk

Gina Fisk

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Information Management, Office of Science, United States Department of energy (Invited)

Dr. Gregory Edwards

Dr. Gregory Edwards

Office of the Chief Information Security Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency , United States Department of Homeland Security (invited)

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9:45 AM

Federal Agencies & Data Preparedness

As cloud computing advancement makes data more accessible than ever, Federal agencies are driving improvements in services, efficiency of operations, and effectiveness of government programs. The question remains, are agencies ready to support a workforce fully armed with data, or could they experience too much of a good thing? Are there obstacles that are preventing agencies from making better use of their data? Are we ready to move from Data- Ready to DevOps?
Join us for this discussion as topic experts will discuss the importance of data-ops in an increasingly data driven world.

Nathan Bergman

Nathan Bergman

Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Officer, International Trade Administration, United States Department of Commerce (Invited)

 Stephen Miller

Stephen Miller

Associate Chief Technology Officer for Applications Office of the Chief Technology Officer , Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice , District of Columbia (Invited)

Joseph Baich

Joseph Baich

Director Directorate of Science and Technology, Central Intelligence Agency, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (invited)

Brian Robinson

Brian Robinson

Chief Information Officer Department of Energy and Environment, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Operations and Infrastructure, District of Columbia (Invited)

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11:00 AM

Legislative Cybersecurity: What New Laws Mean for Software Devs

The Current Administration issued Executive Order 14028 to improve the nation’s cybersecurity posture. This EO signaled a major step in improving software security at federal agencies and establishing cybersecurity as a priority for the U.S government. It’s important to look at an agency’s progression with implementing the Executive Order’s suggestions from its inception. There has been significant progress, but where an agency started drastically changes their timeline.. In this discussion, we will focus on EO compliance, how software providers can be proactive and why it’s important to embrace the EO. Join us as topic experts will discuss the growing importance of cybersecurity on the federal level. 

James Reeves

James Reeves

Chief Information Officer Office of Technology, Services, and Innovation, Office of the Deputy Director for Operations, United States Agency for Global Media (Invited)

Shelia Rose Campbell

Shelia Rose Campbell

Chief Technology Officer for Public Diplomacy, Office of Policy, Planning and Resources, Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, United States Department of State (Invited)

Michele J. Thomas

Michele J. Thomas

Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Innovation & Engineering Directorate, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Administration and Strategy, United States Department of Labor (Invited)

John Sullivan

John Sullivan

Chief Information Officer, Managing Partner, Sullivan Advisors (invited)

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