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The Department of Energy (DOE) is to ensure America’s security and prosperity by addressing its energy, environmental and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions. To innovatively support the mission elements of 120,000 employees and 85 facilities, the Department’s IT Modernization Strategy outlines how Energy is effecting meaningful change within Federal information technology (IT) environment as one of the foundations for management and operational excellence.

At the heart of the strategy to transform, protect and advance Energy’s mission through technology, the RightPath framework holds the collaborative approach to providing IT services in a way the mission elements need. This effort leverages cloud computing, mobility, and big data. The strategy moves beyond RightPath to embrace a world-class IT governance structure, eliminate duplication, and install cybersecurity as a foundational element of the DOE’s mission from incident mitigation and response to better training and engaging the best of government, industry and academia.  

Join AFCEA Energy Chapter for its third annual Information Technology (IT) Symposium “Enterprise Transformation and Beyond” to be held June 26, 2013, at the Hamilton Live in Washington, D.C. The event will bring together 150 senior government executives, IT and security professionals, cloud, big data and mobile thought-leaders from across the federal government and industry to foster better inter-agency communication, share lessons learned and best practices, spotlight programs and emerging technologies, and build private/public partnerships to support the global energy economy and national security mission.

Learning objectives include:
  • How the IT Modernization Strategy will affect the IT priorities within the DOE and NNSA
  • The impact of the strategy’s aim to reduce the cost of IT and acquisition through use of fewer procurement vehicles and leveraging of the department’s collective buying power
  • Opportunities for supporting the DOE and NNSA in their cloud computing and cybersecurity aims
  • The future outlook of the cybersecurity operational landscape and challenges facing CXOs
  • Collaborative discussion with the RightPath IPT focused on a robust set of capabilities, including “ONEvoice powered by YOURcloud over the OneNNSA Network”  
  • Program updates on cloud computing, mobility, and analytics that are driving end-user adoption
 
Attendees will benefit from:
  • Keynote presentations on the Department of Energy’s IT modernization efforts
  • One-on-one networking opportunities with senior government decision makers and technology influencers
  • Continuing education credits from the Graduate School USA, an independent, educational, not-for-profit that prepares and advance your career in government, private sector and not-for-profit organizations 
 
Sponsorship Opportunities
For more information or to reserve a sponsorship, please contact Katie Keegan at katie.keegan@citrix.com or call 703-864-1847.
 
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