Naples, FL, May 24, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Over 100 Data and Analytics thought leaders from across the government spectrum will come together at Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Government, June 6 – 7, Washington D.C.
Data is now the lifeblood of twenty-first century government, driving policy and service developments and powering decisions on the frontline. The recent advances in digital technology and data analysis now offers significant new opportunities to improve the experience of the citizen, making government more efficient and boosting the wider economy. The path a public-sector leader should take to move from analogue government to analytics-driven decision-making requires following sound advice and proven examples.
Sponsored by Deloitte, IBM, Information Builders, Pyramid Analytics, Myriad Solutions and Teradata, the programme will feature an incomparable prestigious line-up of 25+ accomplished speakers from a broad spectrum of industries who will share their insights on business transformation through analytics.
Speaker Brandon Crowley, Chief Data Officer, City of Cincinnati described the conference as:
“The CDO Forum, Government was invaluable to my growth as a CDO. This think tank of public and private sector CDOs literally reshaped my thinking of the CDO role."
Learn how top-level public organizations in the US have developed cutting-edge initiatives to drive the data revolution from within and top-end strategies supported by in-house expertise to deliver successful programs. With an on-site experience with 8 discussion groups to choose from, to suit your particular needs and benefit from the informal, conversational nature of the break-outs. This unique opportunity provides the chance to meet over 100 fellow CDOs, CAOs and data and analytics professionals and practitioners over the course of a discussion focused agenda and establish lasting relationships which go beyond the scope of the conference.
Expert speakers include:
Caryl Brzymialkiewicz, Assistant Inspector General, Chief Data Officer - US Department of Health and Human Services
Philip Ashlock, Chief Architect of Data, GSA
Jon Minkoff, Chief Data Officer, Federal Communications Commission
Brandon Crowley, Chief Data Officer, City of Cincinnati
Srinivas Bangarbale, Chief Data Officer, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Liz Rowe, Chief Data Officer, State of New Jersey
Kris Rowley, Chief Data Officer, GSA
Wendy Harn, Chief Data Officer, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Daniel Morgan, Chief Data Officer, US Department of Transportation
Samir Saini, Chief Information Officer, City of Atlanta
Chris Chilbert, Chief Information Officer, US Department of Health and Human Services
Kevin Garrison, Chief of Analytics, Department of Defense
John Grigg, Cyber Systems Chief, US. Marine Corps
Eric Foster-Moore, Data Scientist, Executive Office of the Mayor Washington DC
Jeff Chen, Deputy Chief Data Officer, U.S. Department of Commerce
Vijay Gogineni, Deputy CIO, City of Atlanta
Mark Krzysko, Deputy Director, Acquisition Resources & Analysis, Enterprise Information - Department of Defense
Jacqueline Lu, Director of Data Analytics, NYC Parks & Recreation
Andrew Nicklin, Director of Data Practices, Johns Hopkins University
Michael Peckham, Director, HHS DATA Act PMO, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Manu Sud, Manager Data Office, Ministry of Energy Government of Ontario
Rebecca Williams, Senior Implementation Advisor, Johns Hopkins University
Barbara Cooper-Jones, Senior Vice President Enterprise Data & Technology, Ginnie Mae
Jodi Morton, VP, Freddie Mac
Despite the challenges of building a data culture in government, the potential applications of Data and applications are endless. Under the leadership of CDO’s, governments can break down silos to better share information, develop standards and best practices, and effectively tap into data assets to achieve better outcomes for their citizens. This two day conference will be exploring key strategies and opportunities such as building a CDO-CIO partnership can drive positive change and drive a real transformation within the Federal Government. Looking at the Critical success factors in measuring the value of data strategy and the importance of defining data from a public sector perspective to properly develop a solid data strategy.
Join us at The Embassy Suites Washington D.C on June 6th & 7th 2017. Passes for Government officials are complimentary and standard passes begin at $2499 and can be booked on the event website, please visit: http://coriniumintelligence.com/chiefdataofficergovernment/
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