IPv6 Conference @930gov
June 10, 2020
Efforts are underway to complete the transition to Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6). At the dawn of a new decade, it is widely affirmed the full transition to IPv6 is necessary to keep pace with the rapid growth of users, devices and the evolution to mobile and wireless networks. The recently updated memo titled “Completing the Transition to Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)” replaces M-05-22 and the Transition to IPv6 from 9/28/10.
As Federal agencies transition to an IPv6 only environment in their current operations, they have the opportunity to employ the new technology to optimize business functions and improve efficiencies and citizen services. The technological advances provided will enhance support for mobile devices, improve security at the network level, and allow the government agencies to utilize high performance networks to achieve their respective missions.
Digital Government Institute’s 8th Annual 930gov will once again include IPv6 in its conference program to help those involved with and interested in an IPv6 only network environment by:
- Providing an in-depth review of the new policy and upcoming benchmarks
- Exploring v6 best practices, benchmark strategies, and lessons learned from other agencies
- Review IPv6 security capabilities
- Identifying opportunities for IPv6 pilots
- Reviewing examples of IPv6 implementation plans
- And more
The IPv6 Conference will be held in conjunction with Digital Government Institute’s 8th annual 930gov Conference & Tradeshow. 930gov is a fiscal year-end strategy exchange bringing together Government IT, program management, acquisition professionals and their teams to review FY2021 plans and explore new opportunities and is FREE for government.
VISIT THE IPv6/NETWORKS COMMUNITY PAGE
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.