How NOT to Manage a Government Development Project
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July 8, 2021, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
An information-sharing event focused on removing the risk from your infrastructure, operations, and development team activities.
Author, Consultant, Entrepreneur
Author of recently published “The Essential Guide to Managing a Government Project: What Every Project Manager Should Know” will share his insights on key DO’s and DON’Ts on government specific project management.
Panel: How NOT to Manage a Government Development Project
Leading a successful project team is not always easy. One of the many challenges of project management is achieving all the project goals and objectives within the constraints of a specified time. Are development projects getting done on time? Are members of your team excited and motivated about your government project? Join this webinar to learn the tools needed to essentially build an organization from the ground up.
Topic experts will cover ways to increase operational efficiencies, reduce security and compliance risks and improve enterprise operations by leveraging a single toolchain.
Program Manager, Software Licensing, U.S. Department of Defense Platform One
Anthony B. Burley
Senior Information Technology Project Manager, Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency
Director of the National Security and Intelligence Portfolio ,18F, United States General Services Administration
Human Capital,HR Information Systems Program Management Officer,United States Department of Health &Human Services
Federal Solution Architect, GitLab
Moderator: Tom Suder
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