The President’s Budget Proposal for FY 2015 emphasizes a leaner, more efficient and better-educated federal workforce against the backdrop of declining IT budgets. Cuts in staffing, a growing mobile workforce and fewer technology dollars requires a new approach to business – a social approach, one that drives innovation and better outcomes.

Social business is changing the way agencies engage, harnessing the explosive growth of cloud and mobility technologies to improve efficiency and customer satisfaction. This customer-centric approach is echoed by the Digital Government Strategy. The current policy of a modern, efficient, and customer-oriented federal cloud has widespread applications, from a new level of interoperability and faster response in the defense and intelligence communities, to healthcare options that are tailored specifically for the customer using advanced analytics powered by big data.

To help public sector professionals navigate this changing landscape, this year’s IBM Federal Forum focuses on three core technology areas that will revolutionize agency business moving forward: cloud computing, mobile and digital strategy, and big data.

Register now for the 2nd Annual Federal Summit on-demand video, as IT and management executives from government and industry tap the full potential of today’s computing environment to drive innovation, reduce operating costs, and deliver better mission outcomes and customer satisfaction.

You will learn:

  • Effective methods of leveraging cloud computing and increasing the cost-effectiveness of IT services
  • How to consolidate resources and utilize the emergence of true end-to-end mobile and digital government strategy solutions to help your agency navigate the mobile environment
  • How lessons learned in healthcare informatics will improve care from the battlefield to the home front
  • Ways to unlock the value of big data as a competitive advantage
Register

Event Information

DATE:
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

TIME:
7:30AM - 3:30PM

COST:
FREE for government and military attendees

LOCATION:
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20004

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