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Aug 6, Marriott Metro Center, Washington, DC Government RegistrationIndustry Participation

Aug 6, 2019

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7:30 AM

Registration, Breakfast and Opening of ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase

The ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase is a valuable market research tool for IT practitioners within the Federal Government. This immersive technological learning experience features demonstrations of innovative products and solutions from private industry that will provide agencies with greater mission efficiency.

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8:30 AM

Opening Remarks

Sam Navarro

Sam Navarro

Wireless Mobility Program Manager, GSA

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8:40 AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing Federal CIO Council’s Mobile Outlook

Renee P. Wynn is the NASA Chief Information Officer. Wynn joined NASA in July 2015 as Deputy Chief Information Officer and became the Chief Information Officer in September 2015. She came to NASA from the Environmental Protection Agency where she had served as the Acting Assistant Administrator for the Office of Environmental Information since July 2013. Ms. Wynn has 29 years of federal service and 25 of those years were with EPA. Ms. Wynn has been working in the federal CIO world since 2011 and has been able to bring her experience working on environmental policy, budget formulation and analysis plus program management to her role as CIO.

Renee Wynn

Renee Wynn

CIO, NASA

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9:00 AM

NEXT – Mobile in the Federal Government in 2020

As we approach the start of Fiscal Year 2020, how is mobile helping Federal agencies modernize their IT infrastructure and what mobile policies, strategies and technologies will we see in the upcoming year? This panel of mobile experts will examine the mobile landscape in the Federal Government and discuss ways mobile technology is being used to enhance the mission of government agencies.

Sam Navarro

Sam Navarro

Wireless Mobility Program Manager, GSA

Mark Norton

Mark Norton

Engineer, Office of the CIO, U.S. Department of Defense

Branko Bokan

Branko Bokan

CISA, DHS (pending approval)

Moderator: Frank Konkel

Moderator: Frank Konkel

Executive Editor, Nextgov

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10:00 AM

Market Research in ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase

The ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase is a valuable market research tool for IT practitioners within the Federal Government. This immersive technological learning experience features demonstrations of innovative products and solutions from private industry that will provide agencies with greater mission efficiency.

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10:30 AM

Ask the CIO Live with Jason Miller – Mobile Security in the Federal Government

As the Federal Government continues to add mobile products and solutions to its IT infrastructure, there becomes a greater need to protect smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices from cybersecurity threats. This panel of mobile security experts will examine how government agencies are securing mobile applications, operating systems and devices and discuss mobile security programs and standards that are helping safeguard the U.S. from a growing list of cyber adversaries.

SL Renata C Spinks

SL Renata C Spinks

Cyber Technology Officer, USMC

Peter Tresnak

Peter Tresnak

A4 Cybersecurity Logistics Chief Information Officer Support Division, USAF

David Harris

David Harris

Security Architect, DOI

Moderator: Jason Miller

Moderator: Jason Miller

Executive Editor, Federal News Network

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11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Lunch in ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase

The ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase is a valuable market research tool for IT practitioners within the Federal Government. This immersive technological learning experience features demonstrations of innovative products and solutions from private industry that will provide agencies with greater mission efficiency.

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12:45 PM

Awards Presentation: Recognition for Federal Mobile Successes

Over the course of the past year, many government agencies and individuals have achieved remarkable progress in mobile technology. ATARC will provide recognition for some of the marquee moments in mobile over the past year.

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1:00 - 4:00 PM

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

MITRE Chair

Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein

Software Apps Development Lead, MITRE

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1:00 - 4:00 PM

Collaboration Session 1: Mobile Identity Management

OMB has released its long awaited identity guidance or “memo”. This memorandum opens up the possibility for more flexible, modern authentication for both enterprise and citizen facing use cases.

What does this mean to agencies as they evolve their identity story and plan for their Zero Trust journey? How does this memo interact with other available standards?

Simone Rees

Simone Rees

IT Specialist, USDA

Sean Frazier

Sean Frazier

Advisory CISO, Duo

Cameron Boozarjomehri

Cameron Boozarjomehri

Principal Engineer, MITRE

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1:00 - 4:00 PM

Collaboration Session 2: IDEA Act

This MITRE-ATARC collaboration session will explore the potential impact of the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA). The IDEA Act requires federal agency websites to have a “consistent look” and to comply with the web standards developed by the Technology Transformation Service of the General Services Administration.

Jake Parcell

Jake Parcell

Manager, Mobile Programs, GSA

John Remmes

John Remmes

Software Engineer, MITRE

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1:00 - 4:00 PM

Collaboration Session 3: 5G

5G is 5th generation mobile technology providing broadband access, speed, and reduced latency. Concerns surrounding this new technology include Interference problems, espionage, radiation, and financial burden.

As 5G technology emerges, Government agencies will be navigating a variety of obstacles such as supply chain risk management, points of engagement with users, vulnerabilities with legacy networks, and monitoring of network traffic. This collaboration session will explore how agencies are navigating these issues.

LT Kenny Miltenberger

LT Kenny Miltenberger

Requirements Manager, USCG

DJ Shyy

DJ Shyy

Principle Communications Engineer, MITRE

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1:00 - 4:00 PM

Collaboration Session 4: Mobile Security and FISMA Metrics

The FISMA metrics focus on assessing agencies’ progress toward achieving outcomes that strengthen Federal cybersecurity. In particular, the FISMA metrics assess agency progress by: 1. Ensuring that agencies implement the Administration’s priorities and best practices; 2. Providing the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) with the performance data to monitor agencies’ progress toward implementing the Administration’s priorities.

Victoria Mosby

Victoria Mosby

Solutions Engineer, Lookout

Robert Tufts

Robert Tufts

Director of Federal Sales, MetTel

Scot Kight

Scot Kight

Mobility Architect, Check Point Solutions

Collin McRae

Collin McRae

Software Developer, MITRE

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1:00 - 4:00 PM

Collaboration Session 5: Mobile Health

During this session, we will explore the following: mobile health records, regulatory issues, tele-medicine,real-time biometric data alerts, mobile healthcare payment solutions, and more.

Ben Garrison

Ben Garrison

VP of Service Delivery, ISEC7

Dr. Cj Rieser

Dr. Cj Rieser

MITRE at UVA Lead

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1:00 - 4:00 PM

NASA SEWP Mobile Solutions Overview and Training

During this session, NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) will explore how to use SEWP to access mobility products, services. and more.

Betsy Sirk

Betsy Sirk

NASA IT Program Manager, NASA SEWP Program Management Office

Jon Johnson

Jon Johnson

NASA SEWP Senior Consultant/Subject Matter Expert, Business Integra, Inc.

Ken Brown

Ken Brown

NASA SEWP Industry Relations Manager, SGT, Inc.

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4:00 - 5:30 PM

ATARC Reception

Grand Ballroom Foyer

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