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Cloud Computing Could Save the Federal Government Billions of Dollars

SARASOTA, Fla. March 8, 2011

$76 billion $600 billion

The Obama Administration has asked all agencies to look to cloud computing to cut costs and solve many of the problems that have plagued government IT deployment for decades. However, that poses many issues for senior government IT managers – from developing business case analysis to which standards to adopt and which best practices to follow.

National Press Club Tuesday, March 29 8:30am to 11am 9am

Speakers will include:

Dawn Leaf, NIST Senior Executive for Cloud Computing –  Confirmed

Jerry Smith, Office of DoD Executive Agent for IT Standards –  Confirmed

Brand Niemann, Director, Semantic Community and former Senior Enterprise Architect and Data Scientist, U.S. EPA. –  Confirmed

Kevin Jackson, Director, Cloud Services at NJVC, and author of a new book, GovCloud: CloudComputing for the Business of Government –  Confirmed

Bob Gourley, Founder/Author CTO Vision and Former DIA CTO –  Confirmed

Subjects to be addressed include:

  • Current status of government Cloud initiatives – lessons learned
  • Confusion over standards in place and still being defined
  • Future plans and opportunities
  • Challenges and opportunities
  • Commercial initiatives, where they are heading and how the government could befit from them

GovCloud: Cloud Computing for the Business of Government

Don Dickson

For more information or to reserve your place at the briefing, please contact:

Don Dickson, Government Training Inc. 301-455-5633

Don Dickson

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