For the federal government, technical debt is one of those terms that every agency knows what it is, but defines it just a little differently.

But the one part of the definition that many agencies can agree on is moving away from legacy systems and onto new platforms is a journey filled with imperatives and small victories.

In this exclusive executive briefing, the following IT practitioners describe how agencies are doubling down on digital transformation efforts:

  • Cindi Stuebner, Futurist and Sr. Director, Defense Business Line, Pega
  • David Marsh, Director, Industry Principal, Federal, Pega
  • Ron Bewtra, Chief Technology Officer, Department of Justice
  • Edwin Rodriguez Pazo, Chief, Strategy and Service Planning Branch, Farm Production and Conservation Business Center, Department of Agriculture
  • Bill Freestone, Division Chief, Systems and Integration Office, Department of State
  • Sean McIntyre, Director of Solution Delivery Service, Office of Information and Technology, Federal Aviation Administration
  • Dovarius Peoples, Chief Information Officer, Army Corps of Engineers
  • Robert G. Baker, Command Information Officer, Naval Facilities Engineering Command
  • Gary Washington, Chief Information Officer, Department of Agriculture

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