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2024 Annual Summit

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2024 ITVMO Annual Summit

Revolutionizing Government Acquisitions through Digital Transformation: Uniting Technology, People, and Processes to radically transform Federal IT Acquisitions

ITVMO Annual Summit Overview

The IT Vendor Management Office (ITVMO) in collaboration with ACT-IAC is hosting its Second Annual ITVMO Summit, on June 11th, 2024.

The Summit brings together government and industry to share insights, cutting-edge innovations, and evolving technological standards that will transform the Federal Acquisition Ecosystem.

This year’s Summit will focus on uniting technology, people, and processes to radically transform Federal IT acquisitions. Through engaging discussions, interactive sessions, and expert panels, attendees will explore innovative strategies and best practices for leveraging digital transformation to drive efficiency, agility, and effectiveness in government procurement processes. From harnessing the power of emerging technologies to reimagining workforce capabilities and optimizing procurement processes, this conference will offer valuable insights and actionable solutions for revolutionizing government acquisitions in the digital age. This collaborative forum is dedicated to leveraging new technologies in advancing strategic effectiveness and operational efficiency in government digital transformation.

Session

Government Transformation | Technology

Equipping government buyers with technology practices to innovate acquisition and operations

In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are reshaping how agencies meet their mission. This panel discussion will explore the profound implications of these technologies on government operations and procurement practices.

Tools & Resources

2024 Critical and Emerging Technologies - The "Critical and Emerging Technologies List 2024 Update" released by the White House outlines the key technological areas that are vital for the United States' national security and economic prosperity. This updated list identifies critical sectors such as artificial intelligence, biotechnology, quantum computing, advanced materials, and autonomous systems, among others

Federal Regulation of Emerging Technologies - This report examines the regulatory challenges posed by emerging technologies like drones and AI-enabled medical devices. It highlights the need for federal agencies to enhance coordination and legislative clarity in selected federal agencies—the Department of Transportation (DOT), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

FEDRAMP Emerging Technologies Prioritization Framework - Outlines the process for identifying and prioritizing emerging technologies for federal cloud services. This framework aims to ensure that new technologies are securely integrated into the federal IT environment, aligning with national security and operational priorities. The document is open for public comment to gather feedback and improve its effectiveness.

President Biden Issues Executive Order on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence - The Executive Order establishes new standards for AI safety and security, protects Americans’ privacy, advances equity and civil rights, stands up for consumers and workers, promotes innovation and competition, advances American leadership around the world, and more.

OMB Policy to Advance Governance, Innovation, and Risk Management in Federal Agencies’ Use of Artificial Intelligence - This policy mandates federal agencies to implement safeguards by December 1, 2024, for AI applications that could impact Americans' rights or safety, covering areas such as health, education, employment, and housing. These safeguards aim to ensure responsible AI use, including algorithmic fairness, transparency, and human oversight in critical decision-making processes.

Generative AI and Specialized Computing Infrastructure Acquisition Resource Guide - This resource guide is primarily meant to assist the acquisition workforce in navigating the complexities of acquiring Generative AI technologies in collaboration with relevant agency officials from other domains.

AI.gov: The Government is Using AI to Better Serve the Public - The United States stands to benefit significantly from harnessing the opportunities of AI to improve government services. The federal government is leveraging AI to better serve the public across a wide array of use cases, including in healthcare, transportation, the environment, and benefits delivery.

Generative AI and Specialized Computing Infrastructure Acquisition Resource Guide - Artificial Intelligence or “AI” is one of the most profound technological shifts in a generation or more. At its roots, AI is software. That means it follows many of the same acquisition policies and rules as other software and IT. Contracting officials should consider cybersecurity, supply chain risk management, data governance and other standards and guidelines when procuring Generative AI just as they would with other IT procurements.

CISA’s Roadmap for Artificial Intelligence - The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) addresses artificial intelligence (AI) security, emphasizing the need for AI to be secure by design. CISA's Roadmap for Artificial Intelligence outlines a whole-agency approach to promote AI's beneficial uses in cybersecurity, protect AI systems from cyber threats, and prevent the malicious use of AI against critical infrastructure.

NIST Trustworthy and Responsible AI Resource Center - The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is dedicated to fostering confidence in the creation, deployment, management, and use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies and systems.

Responsible AI Toolkit - The Responsible AI (RAI) Toolkit, developed by the Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office (CDAO), is designed to align AI projects with the Department of Defense's (DoD) AI Ethical Principles and best practices.

Guide to Robotic Process Automation - To serve as a guiding reference tool for federal agencies, the playbook covers both program management and technology management strategies for RPA programs at all levels.

EO Policy Reference Card: Improving Nation’s Cybersecurity - This reference card provides a series of quick links to policies, programs, and tools to help agencies and participants in the federal IT marketplace comply with governing policies related to cybersecurity.

ZeroTrust Strategy Buyer’s Guide - This guide is intended to assist agencies under the United States (U.S.) Department of Defense (DoD) with acquiring products, services, and solutions to support and align with the DoD Zero Trust (ZT) Strategy. General Services Administration (GSA) fully recognizes that the starting point for implementing a ZT Strategy will vary among the DoD Components depending on maturity level.

Zero Trust Architecture Buyer’s Guide - This third version of the Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) Buyer’s Guide aims to assist federal agencies in acquiring products, services, and solutions that align with the Federal Zero Trust Strategy and enable the implementation of robust security measures across the critical infrastructure sectors.

Zero Trust and Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity - In May 2021, the Biden Administration issued an executive order aimed at enhancing the nation's cybersecurity. Executive Order (EO) 14028 mandates a significant shift in how the US federal government approaches cybersecurity. A key pillar of this initiative is the adoption of a Zero Trust security model.

CISA’s Best Practices - Cyberspace is particularly difficult to secure due to a number of factors: the ability of malicious actors to operate from anywhere in the world, the linkages between cyberspace and physical systems, and the difficulty of reducing vulnerabilities and consequences in complex cyber networks. Implementing safe cybersecurity best practices is important for individuals as well as organizations of all sizes.

M-22-09 Federal Zero Trust Strategy - This memorandum sets forth a Federal zero trust architecture (ZTA) strategy, requiring agencies to meet specific cybersecurity standards and objectives by the end of Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 in order to reinforce the Government’s defenses against increasingly sophisticated and persistent threat campaigns.

CISA’s Zero Trust Maturity Model - CISA’s Zero Trust Maturity Model is one of many roadmaps that agencies can reference as they transition towards a zero trust architecture. The maturity model aims to assist agencies in the development of zero trust strategies and implementation plans and to present ways in which various CISA services can support zero trust solutions across agencies.

Cloud and Infrastructure Community Guides & Resources - IT modernization is a key component of the Federal Government’s ability to leverage American innovation through the increased use of commercial technology. This website provides resources for federal agencies to consolidate and modernize their IT infrastructure.

FinOps - Agency Case Study: U.S. Army - CAMO - In 2019, the U.S. Army stood up the EnterpriseCloudManagementAgency (ECMA) to kickstart cloud migration. ECMA identified and satisfied the requirement for a prototype process to help the Army effectively plan, budget, and consume commercial cloud services.

Cloud Acquisition Guide - This guide is specific to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and is intended to aid acquisition professionals with a novice to intermediate knowledge of IaaS procurement as it relates to Cloud Service Providers (CSP). The guide is intended to increase awareness of nuances in infrastructure acquisition and to be a complement to other cloud acquisition resources.

Cloud Information Center - The CIC is designed to educate on all aspects of the acquisition lifecycle, including business, technical, and contractual aspects of cloud solutions.

Cloud and Infrastructure Community of Practice - IT modernization is a key component of the Federal Government’s ability to leverage American innovation through the increased use of commercial technology. The DCCOI PMO provides resources for federal agencies to consolidate and modernize their IT infrastructure.

Harnessing Blockchain in the Federal Government - This report examines blockchain’s challenges and opportunities and highlights key considerations for implementing a blockchain. Such considerations address the areas of information technology, federal financial management, human capital, and oversight.

Government Transformation | Processes

Strengthening contract approaches and leveraging data to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of IT acquisitions.

This panel will discuss the BCI and related initiatives and how the initiatives are working to reengineer and improve acquisition processes to avoid agency waste and secure the best value for the government. Hear how gov/industry collaborations are driving these improvements and what’s coming in Fiscal 2025.

Tools & Resources

Better Contracting Initiative - FACT SHEET: Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announces New Better Contracting Initiative to Save Billions Annually. The BCI is a four-pronged initiative to ensure that the Federal Government is getting better terms and prices when purchasing goods and services.

Contract Data Elements Guide - This guide was developed to enable consistency and enhance data for agencies as they draft contracts for IT spending.

Data How To: FedRAMP Cloud Providers - FedRAMP standardizes security requirements for the authorization and ongoing cybersecurity of cloud services in accordance with FISMA , OMB Circular A-130 , and FedRAMP policy. This one pager provides guide finding businesses that have been FedRamp certified.

Data How To: Agency Spend on Common IT Products - This guide is intended for an agency preparing to make a purchase and wanting a comparison of what other organizations within the government paid for similar services or products.

Data How To: Cybersecurity Budget Planning - This guide is intended to assist agencies in finding security and compliance related obligations while also viewing other agencies contract details for similar products and services.

Digital Dashboard - Government-wide compliance with OMB directives and conformance to best practices and industry standards.

Federal Software Licenses: Agencies Need to Take Action to Achieve Additional Savings - GAO reviewed the 24 Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990 agencies’ self reported data on their five most widely used and highest amounts paid for software licenses. GAO then ranked these by the number of instances agencies cited specific vendors and products across the government.

GAO's Work to Leverage Technology and Ensure Responsible Use - This U.S. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) report discusses how GAO is leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) internally to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and depth of its work for Congress and taxpayers.

Federal Software Licenses: Agencies Need to Take Action to Achieve Additional Savings - GAO has put forward 18 recommendations for nine agencies, urging them to meticulously track software license usage and align their inventories with the licenses purchased.

Fact Sheet: Circular A-137, Strategic Management of Acquisition Data and Information Summary - OMB Circular A-137 outlines a strategic approach to managing acquisition data and information, emphasizing the importance of accurate, timely, and comprehensive data to enhance decision-making and accountability.

The Biden-⁠Harris Administration Launches the Federal Program Inventory to Make Federal Spending More Transparent and Accessible - The Biden-Harris Administration, through the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), has launched the Federal Program Inventory (FPI), a new tool aimed at enhancing transparency and accessibility of federal spending.

Government Transformation | People

Developing an inclusive and equitable technology talent pipeline that enables the government to solve our toughest challenges

The Federal government is the Nation’s largest employer with more than 2.1 million civilian employees and over 4.1 million federal contractors. People are the backbone of our operations. Listen to how the government is using DEIA best practices, dynamic training approaches, and small businesses to maximize our talent pools in new and unconventional ways that increase operational efficiency.

Tools & Resources

IT Buyers Community of Practice - The IT Buyers Community of Practice (ITB CoP) is chartered under the CIO Council’s Enterprise Operations Committee (E-ops), The purpose of the ITB CoP is to create a community of federal IT buyers to share their experience and scale expertise across government. The ITB CoP brings together the acquisition programs at agencies, contract vehicle programs, and procurement specialists from across government to solve common challenges.

Connect.gov - As a federal community of practice, we work better together. The baton has been passed from MAX to Connect to carry forward and enhance a legacy of established, collaborative partnerships.

Acquisition Gateway - The official online platform for government acquisition programs, policies, initiatives and tools. Connecting acquisition professionals and federal buyers with the information and resources to improve acquisition government-wide.

Hi-Def Initiative - The Hi-Def Initiative is a government-wide effort to promote Hi-Definition (Hi-Def) acquisitions by enabling agencies to leverage government-wide acquisition data that is relevant, easily accessed, and available at the time of need. This will help agencies more efficiently and effectively acquire products and services as well as gain key acquisition insights.

Procurated Pilot - As part of our efforts to bring innovation to federal procurement, the IT Government-wide Category, in conjunction with GSA’s Multiple Award Schedule IT (MAS IT) Program and the ITC Innovation Division, recently launched a pilot with Procurated.

OMB Releases Digital Accessibility Guidance to Ensure All Americans Have Ability to Access Critical Government Resources - The White House's Office of Management and Budget has released new digital accessibility guidance to ensure all Americans, including those with disabilities, can access critical government resources. This initiative is a response to the fact that nearly half of the most popular federal government websites were not fully accessible.

Government-wide Hiring Authorities for Advancing Federal Government Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) - This document from The U.S. Office of Personnel Management outlines new hiring authorities for advancing the federal government's use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

AbilityOne Program - The AbilityOne Program is among the nation’s largest providers of jobs for people who are blind or have significant disabilities.

Government Transformation | Partners

Discover the untapped potential of partnerships in government procurement as we shine a spotlight on the role and relationships of OEMs and Value Added Resellers (VARs).

Tools & Resources

Category Management Supports Equity in Procurement - The President's Management Agenda (PMA) highly regards Category Management (CM) initiatives, the current PMA emphasizes Best-in-Class solutions and aligns with CM principles to enhance the federal acquisition system. It sets forth key performance indicators like cost avoidance and spend under management to monitor progress.

ITVMO Small Business Page - The ITVMO boosts small business utilization and participation in the Federal IT marketplace by promoting best practices to improve small businesses access to government contracting and agency identification of where to use small businesses to achieve their mission goals.

Frequently Asked Questions for Contractors and BIC Solution Owners - These FAQs are intended to help small businesses and BIC owners better navigate working together.

FY2023 Small Business Procurement Scorecard - The annual Scorecard evaluates federal agencies on their achievement of small business and socio-economic contracting goals, including prime and subcontracting targets. These goals encompass small businesses, women-owned, disadvantaged businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned businesses, and those in Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones).

Increasing Small Business Participation on Multiple-Award Contracts - Details new policies to boost small business participation in government procurement through Multiple Award Contracts (MACs) and Category Management Acquisition Tools (CATs). This initiative aims to ensure small businesses have fair access to federal contracting opportunities, promoting economic diversity and enhancing competition within federal acquisitions. It outlines specific steps to implement these changes, reflecting a commitment to economic inclusivity and the growth of small enterprises within the national economy.

SBA's Contracting Guide for Small Businesses - The federal government contracts with small businesses to buy products and services. This page provides access to several resources, tools, and guidance reports to help small businesses navigate the Federal Marketplace.

Quality Service Management Offices (QSMOs) Shared Services - OMB is designating specific agencies to stand up QSMOs for select mission support functions. Designated QSMOs serve as governmentwide storefronts, offering multiple solutions for technology and services in their functional area.

Cyber QSMO - The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) Cybersecurity Quality Services Management Office (Cyber QSMO) program will be the storefront for cybersecurity products and services for the U.S. Government and potentially beyond.

OEM & Acquisition Initiatives - The ITVMO provides thought leadership, consulting, and research services in IT policy, acquisitions, technology adoption, and data analytics to increase acquisition efficiencies, strengthen procurement strategies, facilitate knowledge sharing, and deliver best practices and lessons learned across government.

How Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Operate - This training resource provides an 8-part information series on OEM operating practices to educate agency IT buyers and help them achieve a stronger negotiating position.

A Guide to Identifying Spend by OEM and Vendor - Acquisition Analytics is a Category Management resource that provides a variety of detail on OEMs, vendors, prices and more.

ITVMO IT Best-in-Class Vehicle Page - The ITVMO works with the Federal Acquisition Programs to amplify IT Best-in-Class solution success to improve spend under management and increase market equity and compliance. Best-in-class (BIC) is a government-wide designation for acquisition solutions that can be used by multiple agencies and that satisfy key criteria defined by the White House Office of Management and Budget.

Understanding the Best-in-Class (BIC) Process and Criteria - Understanding the Best-in-Class (BIC) process and criteria involves recognizing the highest standard practices and benchmarks used to evaluate and identify the most efficient and effective products, services, or solutions for the Federal Government.

Frequently Asked Questions for Contractors - This FAQ is intended to assist small businesses with finding contracting opportunities with the IT BIC vehicles and increase the number of small businesses in the federal IT marketplace.

Frequently Asked Questions for BIC Owners - This FAQ is intended to help IT BIC Solution Owners continue to meet and exceed the Government-wide IT Category Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Small Business (SB) utilization goal of 39%.

Speakers

Laura Stanton profile

Laura Stanton

Assistant Commissioner, Office of ITC, GSA
Jason Miller profile

Jason Miller

Deputy Director for Management, OMB
Samantha Hubner profile

Samantha Hubner

AI Policy Advisor, OMB
Bea Dukes profile

Bea Dukes

Career Manager and Strategic Acquisition Workforce Advisor, GSA
John Radziszewski profile

John Radziszewski

Director, ITVMO
Christine Harada profile

Christine Harada

Senior Advisor, OFPP

Agenda

Revolutionizing Federal Acquisitions through Digital Transformation

Time Topics
  • 8:30am – 9:45am
  • Welcome and Keynote
  • 8:30am – 8:55am
  • Registration and Networking
  • ACT-IAC Support Team
  • 8:55am – 9:00am
  • Welcome to the Deloitte Center
  • Deloitte Representative
  • 9:00am – 9:05am
  • Welcome
  • Kyra Stewart, Governmentwide ITVMO Program Manager
  • 9:05am – 9:15am
  • Summit Opening
  • Laura Stanton, IT Governmentwide Category Manager
  • The IT Category is the fourth largest federal portfolio with $77 billion in IT spend annually and more than 50% of that funding spent on IT products. Here's how as a portfolio, we are continuously looking for ways to scale, maximize, and innovate how the category operates by fostering lasting improvements across people, process, and technologies used in the federal IT acquisition ecosystem.
  • 9:15am – 9:45am
  • Keynote Address
  • Jason Miller, Deputy Director for Management (OMB)
  • Explore the transformative power of emerging technologies within the public sector.
  • 9:45am – 10:30am
  • Government Transformation | Technology
  • 9:45am – 10:30am
  • Technology: Equipping government buyers with technology practices to innovate acquisition and operations
  • In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are reshaping how agencies meet their mission. This panel discussion will explore the profound implications of these technologies on government operations and procurement practices.

  • Moderator
    • Samantha Hubner (OMB)

  • Panel Participants
    • Udaya Patnaik (GSA)
    • Leigh Anne Giraldi (NASA)
    • Shweta Mulcare (SAIC)
  • 10:30am - 11:15am
  • Government Transformation | People
  • 10:30am - 11:15am
  • People: Developing an inclusive and equitable technology talent pipeline that enables the government to solve our toughest challenges
  • The Federal government is the Nation’s largest employer with more than 2.1 million civilian employees and over 4.1 million federal contractors. People are the backbone of our operations. Listen to how the government is using DEIA best practices, dynamic training approaches, and small businesses to maximize our talent pools in new and unconventional ways that increase operational efficiency.

  • Moderator
    • Bea Dukes (GSA)

  • Panel Participants
    • Joanie Newhart (OFPP)
    • Charles (Chuck) Barber (NSF)
    • Exodie Roe (GSA)
  • 11:15am - 12:45pm
  • Networking & Lunch
  • 11:15am - 12:45pm
  • Networking Session / Refreshments Break/ Acquisition Standpoint Can schedule their talks within the time frame as well

  • OSDBU Tables - Exodie Roe III, GSA; Dwight Deneal, NASA; Shannon Jackson, HHS; Darlene Bullock, DHS; Jamala Peyton & Angela Washington, Department of Commerce/MBDA; Jackie Robinson Burnette, SBA
  • Emerging technology and innovation are needed by the government from both large and small businesses. Many small businesses harvest the emerging technology and innovation key to supporting important federal government transformation. Small businesses, both seasoned firms and those new to government contracting, must determine which agency is best aligned with its capabilities and if its skill sets meet the requirements set forth by agency contracting offices. The networking session will feature representatives from several agency OSDBUs, where they can discuss specific agency IT forecasts and upcoming opportunities and companies can share their corporate capabilities.

  • IT Best-in-Class Vehicles - Stacey Watson; Brian Goodger; George Nicol; Brian Gladney
  • As part of the larger Federal Category Management Framework, the ITVMO works in tandem with the IT Category to drive down federal IT costs. The Best-in-Class (BIC) vehicle solutions leverage federated best practices to ensure agency IT buyers acquire common IT goods and services equitably, efficiently, and securely. The networking session will include representatives from the key IT BIC programs. Summit participants can inquire about opportunities on how the vehicles serve as a pipeline for marketplace suppliers (large and small businesses) to provide innovative technology services and products as well as how agency buyers can leverage the vehicles to avoid cost burden, gain efficiencies, and secure, compliant emerging technologies

  • Quality Service Management Offices (QSMO) - Tom Longnecker FM QSMO, Sampanis, Andrea, Grants QSMO
  • The QSMOs regularly engage with federal agencies to understand needs, support planning, and assist agencies with adopting solutions in the Marketplace. At the summit the QSMOs will educate federal agencies on the benefits of using standardized, efficient, and collaborative IT solutions, ultimately contributing to a more effective and future-ready government. Speak with the QSMOs on how they can help you to succeed in the federal IT marketplace as well as procuring the needed services to achieve your agency mission.

  • OEMs - TBD
  • Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and Value Added Resellers (VAR) are the leading suppliers of government IT products and services in the marketplace. The OEM-VAR relationship enhances the value of other companies' products by adding customized products or services to the core product for resale to end-users. Connect and network with our IT OEMs and VARs to learn more about their leading products and services, innovating how the government operates today and tomorrow.
  • 12:45pm - 1:30pm
  • Feature - VAR Fireside Chat
  • 12:45pm - 1:30pm
  • Government Procurement: Leveraging Value-Added Resellers (VARs) for Enhanced Efficiency and Innovation
  • Understanding how VARs work between OEMs and customers to enhance the delivered solution and improve government outcomes. The federal government extensively uses Value Added Resellers (VARs) to provide hardware and software needed for the government IT environment. But what do VARs really do? This panel will explore how VARs add value for the government and explain OEM-VAR relationships and illuminate challenges that impact options when working with the government.

  • Moderator
    • John Radziszewski (ITVMO)

  • Panel Participants
    • Corey Rooney (Carahsoft)
    • Joel Lipkin (Four Points Technology)
    • Bob Nicholson (Dell Federal)
  • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
  • Government Transformation | Processes
  • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
  • Process: Strengthening contract approaches and leveraging data to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of IT acquisitions.
  • This closing panel will discuss the BCI and related initiatives and how the initiatives are working to reengineer and improve acquisition processes to avoid agency waste and secure the best value for the government. Hear how gov/industry collaborations are driving these improvements and what’s coming in Fiscal 2025.

  • Moderator
    • Christine Harada (OFPP)

  • Panel Participants
    • Lesley Field (OMB)
    • Jeff Koses (GSA)
    • Jaclyn Rubino (DHS - Small Business Initiatives)
  • 2:15pm - 2:25pm
  • Procurement Hackathon Kick-Off
  • 2:15pm - 2:25pm
  • Leading Change through Process-People-Technology Improvements: Reimagining the RFI-RFP process
  • Procurement Hackathon
  • The business development process commonly known as the sources sought/RFI to RFP/RFQ process is burdensome both to government and industry parties involved. Join our closing track to hear about the ITVMO’s new initiative launching to determine opportunities for modernizing this process by examining policies, processes, people (or roles), and technologies that are interdependent on its execution and ways we can do better as a marketplace. We want to hear from you and hope you can join to share your immediate reactions and ideas.
  • 2:25pm - 3:00pm
  • Closing Remarks & Networking
  • 2:25pm - 2:30pm
  • Closing Remarks

  • Closing Speakers
    • Kyra Stewart (Governmentwide ITVMO)
    • Warren Blankenship (Governmentwide ITVMO)
  • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
  • Optional Networking Session

Panelists

Shweta Mulcare profile

Shweta Mulcare

Director of Data Science Futures and AI Strategist, SAIC
Udaya Patnaik profile

Udaya Patnaik

Chief Innovation Officer, Federal Acquisition Service Office of Information Technology Category (ITC), GSA
Leigh Anne Giraldi profile

Leigh Anne Giraldi

Associate CIO for Business Management, NASA
Joanie Newhart profile

Joanie Newhart

Associate Administrator, Acquisition Workforce Programs, Office of Management and Budget
Charles Barber profile

Charles (Chuck) Barber

Chief DEI Officer, National Science Foundation
Shelly Hartsook profile

Shelly Hartsook

Deputy Associate Director Capacity Building, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
Exodie Roe profile

Exodie Roe

Associate Administrator, OSDUBU General Services Administration
Jeff Koses profile

Jeff Koses

Senior Procurement Executive U.S. General Services Administration
Lesley Field profile

Lesley Field

Deputy Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy, Office of Management and Budget
Jaclyn Rubino profile

Jaclyn Rubino

Executive Director, Strategic Programs Division, Department of Homeland Security
Corey Rooney profile

Corey Rooney

Director Partner Business Development, Carasoft
Joel A. Lipkin profile

Joel A. Lipkin

Chief Operating Officer, Four Points Technology
Bob Nicholson profile

Bob Nicholson

Director of Business Development, Dell

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