Conference: Federal Data Strategy Conference @930gov - June 10, 2020 2

MaY 27, 2020





8:25AM   Welcome and Opening Remarks

Mike Smoyer, President, Digital Government Institute

8:30AM   Standing up an Office and Achieving Immediate Positive Impact

Eileen Vidrine, Chief Data Officer, Air Force

9:00AM   Proven Solutions for Capacity Storage – S3-Compatible Private Cloud, In Your Own Datacenter – Problem Solver
Alex Joannou,
Regional Sales Manager, US Federal Civilian, Cloudian

When it comes to your data, you shouldn’t be limited to its capacity with an ever growing environment of structured and unstructured data.  Break through the capacity barrier with Cloudian file and object storage. Gain simplicity and one-click data management in your data center, across sites, around the world, or in the cloud. Cloudian’s limitless capacity, global data fabric and single management view lets you do more, at less cost, and derive more value from your data.

9:15AM   Government Integration Hub for COVID-19 Response – Problem Solver

Chris Borneman, CTO, Software AG Government Solutions

9:30AM   Intersection of Achieving Agency Mission & the Federal Data Strategy

Kshemendra Paul, Chief Data Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs

10:00AM   Event Streaming: Closing the Gap Between Data and Mission  – Problem Solver

Will LaForest, Public Sector CTO, Confluent

10:30AM   Impact of the Federal Data Strategy and on Existing Functions – Panel Discussion

  • Dr. Sherry Bennett, Chief Data Officer and Scientist, DLT
  • Costi Tudan, Deputy Chief Data Officer, CISA
  • Mark Krzysko, Principal Deputy Director, Acquisition Policy and Analytics; Enterprise Data at United States Department of Defense, DoD
11:15AM   INSIGHTS: Making Sense of Your Data Explosion  – Problem Solver

Irfan Shuttari, Senior Principal Product Manager, Veritas

11:30AM   Privacy in the Age of Data

Dr. Alan Shark, Executive Director, Public Technology Institute & Associate Professor, George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government

12:15PM   Closing Remarks

Mike Smoyer, President, Digital Government Institute