IT MODERNIZATION CONFERENCE @930gov
August 28, 2018
As multiple, prior administrations came to understand, a good portion of the annual Federal IT budget is allocated to keeping legacy systems functioning, ultimately draining precious funds away from modernizing systems and capabilities. Over the years, costs to maintain these “end-of-life” systems continued to grow. The goal of the IT Modernization effort is to replace legacy IT systems and modernize so agencies can (1) more easily achieve mission objectives (2) , and most importantly (3) improve service delivery and performance. IT Modernization efforts can not only dramatically improve existing agency service capabilities but also create the platform to provide leading-edge solutions now and into the future.
The administration wants to modernize the federal government’s IT infrastructure and the associated services to improve service to citizens. Many efforts are underway to do this and the 2nd annual IT Modernization Conference @930gov will address the strategies, tactics and policies around the modernization efforts. The Conference will cover the current state of the Executive Office’s ‘Comprehensive Plan for Reforming the Federal Government’ initiative and address what lies ahead for FY’19 and beyond.
Register today and join hundreds of Federal IT officials, Enterprise Architects and multiple other government officials interested in IT Modernization and retiring legacy systems to deliver improved outcomes. Registration is free, and IT Modernization Conference attendees will have access to all 930gov sessions and technical communities.
Check out last year’s agenda: 2017 Agenda
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt. Vernon Place NW
The Mt. Vernon Square/7th Street/Convention Center metro stop (yellow/green lines) is located on site.
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