The federal government consistently seeks to transform its methods, technology, and skill sets in an effort to enable a 21st century workforce delivering mission outcomes, providing excellent service, and effectively stewarding taxpayer dollars. As such, the leadership skills, technology proficiencies, and collaborative passion necessary for agency transformation within a digitally-connected federal government landscape depends on stakeholders spanning agency culture.
Be sure to tune in to hear from Ron Bewtra, Chief Technology Officer at the United States Department of Justice. He will discuss how he applies open government principles of transparency, collaboration, and participation to imagine, modernize, and transform the department’s ever-evolving infrastructure landscape; a landscape dependent on technology, analytics, and people to meet the needs and expectations of the public tomorrow.
Pete Tseronis, CEO, Dots and Bridges LLC
Ron Bewtra, Chief Technology Officer at the United States Department of Justice
Tricia Fitzmaurice, Director, National Security Programs – Federal Law Enforcement and Justice, Red Hat