For many federal agencies, data constitutes an information technology element separate and distinct from other assets like applications.
Using data to enable new applications makes an important distinction from the old model of applications feeding structured databases.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts will explore federal data strategies:
- Dan Gardner, chief information officer, Arlington National Cemetery
- Natesh Manikoth, chief data officer, Federal Aviation Administration
- Ted Okada, chief technology officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Stephen Perry, chief data officer, Small Business Administration
- Stephen Prosser, IC chief data officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
- Brandon Pustejovsky, chief data officer, United States Agency for International Development
- Ross Santy, associate commissioner, administrative data division, Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics
- James Soliday, director of engineering, DLT
- Rand Waldron, deputy assistant director, FBI’s Information Technology Application and Data Division
- Kevin Youngquist, senior director of civilian sales, Veritas