If you can give us a morning, top-ranking IT officials from the Federal government and Unisys can give you a roadmap for implementing the most important set of tech policy initiatives in a generation.

Please join Unisys and MeriTalk for Smart 2020: Mission Possible on January 23 at Spire in Washington, D.C. from 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. We’re sure your investment of time will pay off.

Here’s what’s at stake: Federal policymakers have spent the past few years setting the new rules of the road for Federal IT policy: think Federal Data Strategy, Cloud Smart, TIC 3.0, the National AI Initiative, just to name a few. And now it’s time for Federal IT professionals to implement that vision.

Fortunately, plenty of help is on the way from top leaders in the public and private sector on Jan. 23.

From the government side, you’ll hear from:

  • Paul Beckman, Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Homeland Security;
  • Sonny Bhagowalia, Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Information and Technology, U.S. Customs and Border Protection;
  • Bill Marion, Deputy Chief Information Officer, U.S. Air Force (Keynote); and
  • Peter Ranks, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Information Enterprise, Department of Defense (Agency Spotlight)

Plus some of the best minds from Unisys Federal, including: Mark Forman, Vice President-Digital; Gary Wang, VP-Cloud, Infrastructure, and Security; Lakshmi Ashok, VP-Application Services; and Kevin Worley, Executive Architect, who will explain the path to:

  • 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.

Please use this link to register for Smart 2020: Mission Possible. See you on Thursday!

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