March 10, 2022
All times are EST.
It’s time to transform the future of work. Join ServiceNow executives to hear how the NOW Platform delivers interoperability across the enterprise, applies hyper-automation, and modernizes legacy systems to strengthen and empower the Federal workforce.
Join General Stan McChrystal (Retired), Former Commander of U.S. and International Forces in Afghanistan, as he discusses how to break down silos to help government organizations work together more effectively. During this keynote, McChrystal will share how to create a “team of teams”, enabling organizations to respond quickly, communicate more freely, and make better and faster decisions.
To meet the requirements outlined in the President’s Management Agenda, government organizations must strive to strengthen and empower their workforce. But how do they get there? Join this panel of IT leaders to discover how agencies can adopt hyper-automation technologies to transform the services and systems their employees rely on.
How can government agencies leverage modern technology to carry out missions of any caliber? Join Lt. Gen. Rob Skinner, Director of DISA, and Nick Tzitzon, Chief Strategy and Corporate Affairs Officer at ServiceNow for a fireside chat that explores how to stay ahead of adversaries and reduce operational risk due to digital disruption, the pandemic, and high-profile cyberattacks.
As government leaders envision the future with increased cloud adoption, aging technology, and a higher demand for enabling access to systems via any device especially in this era, they need to ensure their networks and employees stay secure from growing outside threats. In this session, we offer a real-world example of how an agency is modernizing legacy applications and implementing a seamless zero trust cybersecurity strategy to combat these challenges. We will address common roadblocks, explore adoption strategies, and discuss how zero trust is instrumental in strengthening cybersecurity.
Federal agencies have big shoes to fill in 2022 as the modernization mandates mount. During our lunch hour, we’ll hear congressional leaders address how they plan to support government agencies in executing these mandates, what future modernization efforts need to be achieved, and how to establish a secure and resilient Federal government.
Cultivating an environment of diversity not only encompasses diversity of culture, but also a diversity of perspective. President Biden’s recent DEIA EO instructs the Federal workforce to act as a model for diversity and inclusion for organizations across the nation. This panel of progressive leaders will discuss how all can advocate for – and empower – diverse individuals in the Federal workforce.
Service delivery has a whole new meaning for Federal agencies thanks to Biden’s new Customer Experience EO. The end goal: eliminate friction in customer interactions with government organizations. This panel session will focus on how government organizations can meet the goals outlined in the EO by using process automation and analytics, enhancing enterprise software delivery with low-code development, and revolutionizing citizen experiences.