Growing Good in Government by Building the Feedback Loops of the Future
In partnership with and
October 3rd, 2023, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
In an era where rapid technological advancement is reshaping industries, the public sector stands at a pivotal juncture. The Growing Good in Government Initiative (G3I) emerges as a beacon for this transformational journey, striving to usher federal agencies into the age of digital and artificial intelligence.
This panel discussion delves deep into the heart of G3I, unpacking its strategic objectives, the role of self-organized teams, and the initiative’s overarching vision to rejuvenate governmental processes. Bringing together key stakeholders, experts, and pioneers of the initiative, the discourse will illuminate the challenges and triumphs of implementing such a transformative strategy in a bureaucratic setting.
From streamlining operations with the Integrated Value Network to fostering knowledge sharing via the P/PM Knowledge Network, the panel will explore the multifaceted dimensions of G3I. Join us for a compelling dialogue that promises to shed light on the future of public service, merging tradition with innovation, and setting the stage for amore agile, transparent, and optimized government.
MRP Mission Area Senior Program Manager, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Senior Policy Analyst, Department of Veteran Affairs
MRP Assistant Chief Data Officer (ACDO), U.S. Department of Agriculture
Director, Acquisitions Academy, U.S. Department of Interior
Author, Earned Benefit Program Management
Solutions Specialist, Broadcom Inc.
Moderator: Tom Suder
Zoom for Government enables ATARC remote collaboration opportunities through its cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chats and webinars across all devices. Allowing for individuals from all areas of government, industry and academia to communicate directly.
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