The Evolution of ATO and Workflows that Impact Continuous Innovation

Keeping in line with the Agile manifesto, Secure Development of software within the Government Tech community is improving as we gain direct experience through the process of its development. Secure Development Lifecycles, the addition of "Sec" to form DevSecOps and the molding of traditional Authority to Operate (ATO) to the application of modern continuous integration/continuous delivery operations has birthed a GovTech community pushing the boundaries of bureaucracy.


Dedicated to providing timely, relevant and secure software to those who need it most, our armed services in the field, those responsible for government operations, and our country's constituents - we're a community dedicated to Secure Development pushing positive outcomes to production.


Featured in this discussion, representatives from Security Compass, Veracode, and GitLab will discuss the successes and lessons learned around integrated workflows for enabling faster delivery of secure, authorized software solutions to end users.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Jay Ryan, U.S. Federal Government Program Manager, Security Compass


Joseph Rowe, Solutions Engineer for U.S. Federal Government, Security Compass


Johnny Wong, Senior Director Pre-Sales Engineering, Veracode


Michael Bradley, Federal Solutions Architect, GitLab

Relevant Government Agencies

Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government



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Event Sponsors

Security Compass Government Team at Carahsoft
Veracode Government Team at Carahsoft

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