Federal policymakers have spent an exceptionally busy couple of years staking out new rules – think Federal Data Strategy, Cloud Smart, TIC 3.0, the National AI Initiative, among others – that will lead the government-wide IT enterprise forward into the next decade.

Now that those next-generation policy mandates have arrived, the hardest and most enduring part of the job – implementation at the Federal agency level – is coming into full swing.

Join Unisys and MeriTalk on January 23 in Washington, D.C. for a half-day event – Smart 2020: Mission Possible – that will provide expert advice and insight on how Federal IT leaders can take command and integrate the slew of new policy initiatives into their ongoing modernization journey.

Smart 2020: Mission Possible promises two benefits:

Content that features the most important issues to Federal IT practitioners, including:

  • Seamless and secure application modernization;
  • Next-gen technologyintegration for a compelling user experience;
  • Optimalcloud platform combinations;
  • Building trust, visibility, and resiliency; and
  • Data strategies for improving mission results

Top-notch Federal officials who are leading the charge to secure modernization every day:

  • Bill Marion, Deputy CISO and Deputy CIO at the U.S. Air Force;
  • Peter Ranks, Deputy CIO for Information Enterprise at the Defense Department;
  • Sonny Bhagowalia, Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Information and Technology at Customs and Border Protection;
  • Amy Edwards, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of the Fiscal Assistant Secretary at the Treasury Department; and
  • Paul Beckman, CISO at the Department of Homeland Security

Please join us for “Smart 2020: Mission Possible” on January 23 at Spire in Washington, D.C. from 7:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Attendees are eligible to receive three continuing professional education (CPE) credits.

Click here to register.

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Kate Polit
Kate Polit is MeriTalk's Assistant Copy & Production Editor covering the intersection of government and technology.