On Tap Today: Digital Government Strategy, One Year Later - Listen NOW
It was one year ago -- May 2012 -- that the Obama administration released the Digital Government Strategy. We are going to talk about what it means, what has happened and what will happen in the months ahead.
DorobekINSIDER Expert Panel
- Gwynne Kostin, Director of the Digital Services Innovation Center for GSA’s Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies.
- Darrell M. West, Vice President and Director of Governance Studies and Founding Director of the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings.
- Venkatapathi Puvvada (PV), Group Vice President for Federal Systems Justice, Finance and Administration group. Additionally, PV manages Unisys ClearPath and Technology business for Unisys Federal across all markets. Before that, PV served as the vice president and Unisys Federal Systems Chief Technology Officer.
- Tom Suder, President of MobileGov
- Patrick Fiorenza, GovLoop Senior Research Analyst
What the Panel will cover:
- What is the Digital Government Strategy and how it came about?
- What does the Digital Government Strategy really mean?
- The challenges that it poses -- particularly in the ‘age of austerity’
- This seems to imply a very different way of doing business -- and a world where the government doesn’t have as much ‘control.’ Are we ready for that?
- What has been the good, the bad and the ugly during the past year?
- Open government and the new executive order and what does it mean?
A note that today's conversation is brought to you Unisys. Unisys is a leader in designing, delivering and managing mission critical IT hardware, software and services. Their products and services create a safer, more secure, connected world by helping that helps agencies address the challenges and opportunities of cloud and social computing, mobility, cybersecurity, and big data.
- The Obama administration’s Digital Government Strategy
- Federal CIO Steve VanRokel’s presentation at CES Government in 2012 unveiling the idea of the Digital Government Strategy, then called a mobile strategy
- Open data executive order
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