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Zero Trust: Get Beyond the Buzzword wit...
When it comes to data, federal agencies have traditionally relied on the legacy approach of centralization: collect and store every piece of data, analyze it, and then decide if action is needed. The problem is this approach doesn't allow for action to be taken in real time. Today’s largely distributed government workforce complicates that problem further, with many endpoints sitting outside a traditional perimeter. Agencies need a solut...
May 5, 2021
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Genius Machines Series: Part Two
Artificial intelligence has evolved from a staple of science fiction to a real world, strategic priority of the United States. Increases in computing power and the emergence of large data sets to train ever more powerful machine learning algorithms have created real world applications and success stories. During this year-long series, Defense One and Nextgov will explore all aspects of artificial intelligence and its applications in government.
May 6, 2021
Organizer: Nextgov & Defense One
Location: Webcast
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Leveraging Digital Infrastructure to De...
The pandemic showed the clear need for digital transformation and agility in government —especially for programs like unemployment insurance that administer federal funding at the state level. As the COVID-19 crisis enters its second year, it has never been more critical for state governments to deliver federally funded benefits efficiently to Americans who are relying upon that aid. With the recent American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), fede...
May 10, 2021
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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The Great Debates: The Future of Power
The United States is grappling with a multipolar world, contending with near-peer adversaries along with longstanding asymmetric threats. To stay ahead of these challenges, efforts are underway to prioritize diplomatic, environmental, and economic policies to maintain the United States’ edge. Are these areas, alone, enough? How should the U.S. balance these longer-term national and global imperatives with the need for traditional militar...
May 11, 2021
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Virtual
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Enable the Mission with Digital Experiences
The past year has accelerated the demand for digital experiences and virtual outreach at the Department of Defense. From recruits seeking information, to service members completing training, to staff collaborating remotely, omnichannel, personalized and secure online experiences are now essential to enabling mission readiness. During this event, we’ll explore these digital operations, secure communications, and process improvements crit...
May 12, 2021
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Modernizing the Military’s ERP Systems
If the Department of Defense could start over, it wouldn't choose the enterprise resource planning (ERP) landscape they have today. When first established, ERP allowed DoD to solve problems their various branches, departments, and functions were experiencing, but now the monolithic suite of applications isn’t flexible enough to meet the changing needs of today’s mission. As financial, logistics, HR, and IT leaders consider how to...
May 12, 2021
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Modernizing Your AI & Data Strategy to...
How can a strong AI and Data Strategy focused on aligning technology, process, and culture with agencies’ data enable Federal leaders to support the strategic objectives of the White House Administration?When innovation is the name, integration and iteration is the game. Artificial Intelligence architectures are dependent upon the training data and underlying data hosting architecture that powers it. Getting the speed, throughput, and co...
May 13, 2021
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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The New Normal: Balancing Security and...
As the world has evolved into new normals around cybersecurity, networking practices, and employee safety, so too have new technologies that can help facilitate this transition. During this event, we’ll speak to a number of government leaders to learn about how they’re integrating innovative new technologies in a way that is both productive and secure.
May 13, 2021
Organizer: Nextgov & Route Fifty
Location: Webcast
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Cloud Summit
With the introduction of Cloud Smart and the move to a largely remote workforce, cloud computing is becoming an increasingly critical piece of government’s technology backbone. Looking ahead, how are advances in cloud computing technology affecting agencies’ operations? And on the security front, what can the government do to ensure sensitive data is protected and service delivery remains uninterrupted?
May 18, 2021
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Oracle One Federal: Enterprise Without...
The Oracle One Federal virtual event series offers public sector agencies the opportunity to explore transformational technology innovations as they focus on 2021. These webcasts offer real-world scenarios from government leaders along with insights from Oracle’s experts and world-class partner community.
May 19, 2021
Organizer: Oracle
Location: Webcast
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