Federal and private sector experts will come together on March 10 for the ServiceNow Federal Forum, where they will discuss how Federal workers empower and empower agile, efficient, and effective workflows.
With President Biden’s recent executive orders (EOs) – including those covering customer service, cybersecurity, and diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) – the future of employment has a whole new meaning for agencies. of the Federal, leadership, and employees.
Register now to hear from Lt. Gen. Robert J. Skinner, director of the Defense Information Systems Agency, to share how to stay ahead of cyber adversaries and use modern technology to perform missions of any caliber. Gen. will speak. Skinner talks about how to reduce operational risk from many threats including digital disruption, coronavirus pandemics, and cyberattacks.
On the Federal civilian side, Gerald Caron, CIO and assistant inspector general for information technology in the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General, will discuss how the zero trust architecture has helped strengthen cybersecurity – as outlined in cybersecurity. EO-and address common road barriers and adoption strategies.
Leaders from several Federal agencies will pay attention to President Biden’s DEIA EO, with insights on tap from Traci DiMartini, chief human capital officer at the General Services Administration; Javier Inclán, deputy office head of the Office of Equity and Civil Rights, National Science Foundation; and Zina Daché Merritt, special assistant to the comptroller general for DEIA in the Government Accountability Office. Panelists will discuss how to promote – and empower – diverse individuals in the Federal workforce.
Then, Barbara C. Morton, deputy chief veterans experience officer in the Department of Veterans Affairs [pending approval]will offer insights into how government organizations can meet the goals outlined in the EO customer experience through the use of process automation and analytics, improving enterprise software delivery with low code processing development, and changing citizen experiences.
Other discussions at the ServiceNow Federal Forum will cover how to modernize legacy systems and redesign processes, empower interoperability among agencies, use automation tools to secure the workplace, re think mission resiliency, and more.
Don’t miss this very important forum – and an opportunity to learn from top leadership in the Federal government and private sector – on March 10 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC
As we return to personal events, MeriTalk, ServiceNow, and Renaissance are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for guests. All registered attendees must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination via a hard or digital copy of a vaccine card. If no vaccine card is available, attendees must take the PCR COVID-19 test within 48 hours after the event and show proof of a negative result. Attendees are required to wear a mask throughout the event as well.
Find more information and registration details here.