What if you could diagnose predictable points of IT failure, and then take action to remedy them before they have a chance to hurt your agency’s ability to serve citizens and employees?

For a discussion on how to utilize artificial intelligence to get ahead of outages, rather than respond to historical analytical data, please join MeriTalk for a complimentary webinar on Wednesday, February 3 at 1:30 p.m. EST when Federal government and industry experts will explain concrete steps to get closer to the goal of mature service delivery.

With a theme focusing on the “power of prediction” in Federal IT operations management, the discussion will aim at proactively resolving IT issues, while dissolving data silos and cutting costs to the agency.

The discussion, led by MeriTalk’s Nicole Burdette, will feature two government-sector veterans who will share the benefits of their top-tier experience in directing and supporting IT operations in highly demanding environments:

  • Beth Killoran, deputy CIO at the General Services Administration, and formerly CIO at the Department of Health and Human Services; and
  • Max Aronin, leader of the global ITx Emerging Solutions team at ServiceNow, who works with customers to incubate, pilot, and launch DevOps, SRE, and AI/ML solutions that accelerate IT transformation at Federal agencies.

Invest just 45 minutes with us and we’ll help you learn from the experts how to keep focused on continuing IT modernization momentum for the post-pandemic period – and prepare for whatever lies ahead – in the transition to modern digital services.

Registration details are here. We’ll see you on February 3.

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John Curran
John Curran
John Curran is MeriTalk's Managing Editor covering the intersection of government and technology.