Executive Briefing Series: Digital Transformation of the Network
March 6, 20202:02 pm
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Digital transformation might be the word of the day. In reality, organizations have been continuously transforming their information technology ever since the first adding machine. The current wave of digital transformation in the government is driven by the advent of new technologies and the need for a new generation of services – both for internal users and in applications deployed to the public. A series of policy developments, including the President’s Management Agenda, seek to make sure transformation happens.
The need for more contemporary applications has sparked new approaches to software development. The need to rationalize infrastructure and deploy digital services in a more agile way has sparked data center modernization and cloud. And now ubiquitous mobility, growing adoption of cloud computing, and ever wider deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) devices have spurred agencies to transform their networks.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following technology experts provide a glimpse into how federal agencies are going about network transformation:
Kenneth Bible, Deputy Director, C4/Deputy CIO, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps
Pat Flanders, Chief Information Officer, Defense Health Agency
Douglas R. Jones, Director, Digital Modernization, Leidos
Chief Warrant Officer 5 William Robinson, Chief Technology Officer and Senior Technical Advisor, CIO/G-6, U.S. Army
Brian Teeple, Chief Technology Officer, Department of Homeland Security
Stephen Wallace, Systems Innovation Scientist, Emerging Technology Directorate, Defense Information Systems Agency
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