Public Sector Cloud Summit  
Monday, March 24, 2014  
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Conference Agenda

8:00-8:30am Continental Breakfast served
8:30am Welcome & Opening Comments 
Melvin Greer, Senior Fellow, Lockheed Martin, Chair of CSCC Steering Committee 
8:45am GSA Keynote: Current and Future Plans/Requirements for Cloud Computing
David McClure, Associate Administrator of the Office of Citizen Services and Communications  

Government agencies are moving to "Smart Cloud" decisions matched to business needs and funding priorities.  The crashing intersections of data driven management, big data, and analytic software with cloud computing are creating new opportunities for government agencies to increase performance.

9:30am CSCC Working Group Kickoff / Plans Related to Public Sector Requirements  
Melvin Greer, Lockheed Martin

Mel will highlight the latest status of the NIST Roadmap for cloud computing and initiate a discussion to explore specific areas where the CSCC Public Sector working group can team with NIST and other government agencies to address key requirements.

Morning Refreshment Break (10:15am - 10:30am)
10:30am  Panel Discussion: Vendor Perspective on Public Sector Requirements for Cloud Computing 
Microsoft:  Susie Adams, CTO for Federal Civilian Business
IBM: Jane Snowdon, Director and Chief Innovation Officer, IBM US Federal; 
Oracle:  Michael Whaley, VP, Government Cloud;    
Dell: Craig Lowery, DE and CTO Software Group;
Lockheed Martin: Jim Kane, Director for Enterprise IT
CloudOne: John McDonald, CEO

Hear from leading cloud software and service providers about their first-hand experience working with numerous government agencies on key cloud requirements including FEDRAMP security and privacy support. Learn about best practices being used to address these requirements and gain insight on the gaps that still exist. Learn how these cloud vendors are leveraging cloud standards and open source initiatives in the delivery of public sector cloud solutions and get their perspective on the critical requirements that are still outstanding.

Attendee Lunch Break (12:00pm - 1:00pm)
1:00pm DoLKeynote: Department of Labor's Experience Moving to Cloud Computing Dawn Leaf, CIO, DoL 
1:45pm Keynote: Key Technology Trends for Public Sector
Jane Snowdon, Director and Chief Innovation Officer,  IBM US Federal  

This technology outlook will examine the emergence and likely impact of a wide range of technical developments on the Public Sector.  Mission effectiveness, modernization, and cost savings will have continuing focus. Innovatively bringing systems of engagement that have emerged from the confluence of mobile, social, cloud, and analytics together with  legacy systems of record will deliver new insights, solutions, and value.  

Afternoon Refreshment Break (2:30pm - 2:45pm)
2:45pm Panel Discussion: Cloud SDO Status and Plans Related to Public Sector Requirements

Kathy Grise, Sr. Program Director, Future Directions, IEEE
DMTF - Winston Bumpus, Chairman of the Board
OMG - Richard Soley, Chairman and CEO
Cloud Perspectives, Steve Woodward, CEO

Senior executives from several of the leading cloud standards organization share their perspective on the challenges facing public sector cloud deployment and how standards development in critical areas will help accelerate adoption. Learn about the key standards these organizations are currently developing that specifically address public sector cloud adoption requirements in areas like security, portability and interoperability. Gain insight into the gaps that still exist and the plans that are being developed to address them.

3:45pm NIST Keynote: Using Cloud Computing Technologies to Achieve Greater Trustworthiness and Resilience in Federal Information Systems 
Ron Ross, NIST Fellow
4:30pm Wrap Up/Closing Comments
Melvin Greer, Senior Fellow, Lockheed Martin


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