Join us Feb. 21 to meet and learn from the senior leaders from defense, federal and research agencies collaborating with academia and industry start ups to embrace and develop the next level of analytics, automation, efficiency and workforce to enable success.
Officials from the Defense Department, Homeland Security, Health and Human Services, 18F, In-Q-Tel, U.S. Digital Service and Veterans Affairs will speak about the opportunities and challenges they face.
What you can expect: GovernmentCIO Media & Research events bring together leading academic, government, and industry technology transformers for real conversations, organic collaboration and networking.
Government Innovation Hubs Panel
Summary: This panel will discuss progress at some of the top government innovation hubs to attract new technology companies to government work. Exploring open challenges, code-a-thons, and accelerators to improve diagnostics and new ways of applying emerging technology to strengthen IT infrastructure and cybersecurity as well as increase efficiency.
Angela Colter leads 18F, the organization stood up by GSA to partner with federal agencies to build and buy digital services that improve the user experience of government. Sanjay Koyani oversees new approaches like code-a-thons and accelerators to engage new tech companies to tackle Health and Human Services challenges. Nadia Carlsten leads the Transition to Product program in the Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate where her team introduces cybersecurity research done in DHS labs to commercial companies.
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