Speakers


Track Key :
 Plenary Session Professional Education Program
 Track 1: Policy Track 2: Culture
 Track 3 Technology - Sponsored by: Phase 2 Technology
INSTRUCTOR EVENT
  Crisis Response 2.0 - The Haiti Earthquake and Beyond
  • Sumit Agarwal
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) for Outreach and Social Media
  • Department of Defense
  Keynote Address
  • Kevin Alansky
  • Sr. Director of Marketing
  • Blackboard’s Professional Education Group
  PEP 5: Need More than a Network File Share System? Try Easy-to-Use, Basic Content Services: Sponsored by Xythos/Blackboard
  OGI 1-3 – Ethical Dilemmas: Ethics, Trust and Reputation Management
  • Mark Amtower
  • Partner, Amtower & Associates, and Co-Founder at Government Market Master
  Culture Shock: Changing the Culture to Further the Mission
  • Kapil Bakshi
  • Chief Solutions Architect for Cloud Computing
  • Cisco
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  • Jeff Baxter
  • Lead Storage Architect
  • U.S. Public Sector, NetApp
  PEP 4: Best Practices for Shared Infrastructure Data Storage in the Federal Government: Sponsored by NetApp
  • Michael Boller
  • Acting Director of Enterprise Planning & Investment
  • Department of Defense Business Transformation Agency
  OGI 1-4 - Implementing Web 2.0 in the U.S. Government
  • Paul Bove
  • Digital Communications Strategist & Senior Web Developer
  • Air Force Public Affairs Agency
  OGI 2-2 – Case Study: Creating the Air Force Social Media Guide
  • David Boyd, Ph.D.
  • Director: Command, Control and Interoperability Division
  • Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate
  OGI 2-1 - A Collaborative Model for Innovation: Virtual USA
  • David Bray, Ph.D.
  • Executive for Innovation, Integration, and Interoperability
  • Office of the Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE)
  OGI 1-3 – Ethical Dilemmas: Ethics, Trust and Reputation Management
  • Johnny Burton
  • Technology, Innovation & Engineering, Office of the Deputy Chief Management Office (ODCMO)
  • Department of Defense
  OGI 1-4 - Implementing Web 2.0 in the U.S. Government
  • Susan Camarena
  • Chief Knowledge Officer
  • Federal Transit Administration, Dept. of Transportation
  Culture Shock: Changing the Culture to Further the Mission
  Policy & Process: Creating Social Media Policies That Really Enable Open Government & Innovation
  OGI 3-3 – Open Source for Open Government
  OGI 3-2 – Open, Yet Secure: The Open Government Paradox?
  PEP 1: Aligning Open Government Initiatives to the Strategic Priorities of Your Agency: Sponsored by Adobe
  Crisis Response 2.0 - The Haiti Earthquake and Beyond
  OGI 2-3 – Engaging Internal Customers
  Crisis Response 2.0 - The Haiti Earthquake and Beyond
  OGI 3-4 – The Open Government Toolkit: New Technologies for a New Kind of Government
  OGI 1-1 - A Social Media Blueprint: Using Social Media To Further Mission
  The Case for Cool: How Young Employees are Infusing Government with Much-Needed Innovation
  • Gary Elliott
  • Chief Information Assurance Officer
  • The Genesis Key, Inc./SecurDigital, Inc.
  OGI 1-3 – Ethical Dilemmas: Ethics, Trust and Reputation Management
  OGI 2-3 – Engaging Internal Customers
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  Crisis Response 2.0 - The Haiti Earthquake and Beyond
  • Bob Greenberg
  • Virtual USA & First Responder Communities of Practice
  • Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate
  OGI 2-1 - A Collaborative Model for Innovation: Virtual USA
  OGI 3-2 – Open, Yet Secure: The Open Government Paradox?
  • Tim Harder
  • Global Principal Architect for Network Attached Storage
  • EMC
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  • Alex Hart
  • Director, Public Sector Channel Sales
  • VMware
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  • Jack Holt
  • Sr. Strategist for Emerging Media
  • Department of Defense
  The Case for Cool: How Young Employees are Infusing Government with Much-Needed Innovation
  • Alex Howard
  • Gov 2.0 Washington Correspondent
  • O'Reilly Media
  Crisis Response 2.0 - The Haiti Earthquake and Beyond
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  OGI 3-4 – The Open Government Toolkit: New Technologies for a New Kind of Government
  • Daniel Kasun
  • Sr. Director
  • US Public Sector Evangelism , Microsoft Corporation
  OGI 3-4 – The Open Government Toolkit: New Technologies for a New Kind of Government
  OGI 3-3 – Open Source for Open Government
  OGI 3-1 - Case Study - Taking Social Media’s Temperature: How MHS Integrates Collaborative Technology into Their Mission
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  OGI 3-3 – Open Source for Open Government
  • Rachel Lunsford
  • Management Analyst - Office of Information & Technology
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  Culture Shock: Changing the Culture to Further the Mission
  • Tamie Lyles-Santiago
  • Acting Director
  • IT Commercial Policy & Emerging Technology, Office of the CIO, Department of Defense
  Policy & Process: Creating Social Media Policies That Really Enable Open Government & Innovation
  • Karen Malkin
  • Assistant to the Administrator
  • USDA Farm Service Agency
  OGI 1-1 - A Social Media Blueprint: Using Social Media To Further Mission
  OGI 2-3 – Engaging Internal Customers
  The Case for Cool: How Young Employees are Infusing Government with Much-Needed Innovation
  • Barbara Pearson
  • Director - Knowledge Management Staff
  • Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, U.S. Treasury Department
  Culture Shock: Changing the Culture to Further the Mission
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  • Mal Poulin
  • Enterprise Market Director
  • RWD Technologies
  PEP 3: Knowledge: An Asset and Advantage to Develop, Maintain, and Share (Sponsored by RWD)
  • David Rapp
  • Editor in Chief, Federal Computer Week
  • 1105 Government Information Group
  The Case for Cool: How Young Employees are Infusing Government with Much-Needed Innovation
  The Case for Cool: How Young Employees are Infusing Government with Much-Needed Innovation
  • Jonathan Rubin
  • Communications Specialist, Center for New Media & Citizen Engagement
  • GSA
  The Case for Cool: How Young Employees are Infusing Government with Much-Needed Innovation
  • Barry Sheward
  • Cloud Computing Chief Engineer
  • Lockheed Martin IS&GS NexGen
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel
  OGI 1-2 – Measuring Gov 2.0: Understanding What Metrics Matter
  OGI 2-3 – Engaging Internal Customers
  OGI 1-2 – Measuring Gov 2.0: Understanding What Metrics Matter
  OGI 1-2 – Measuring Gov 2.0: Understanding What Metrics Matter
  OGI 1-3 – Ethical Dilemmas: Ethics, Trust and Reputation Management
  Policy & Process: Creating Social Media Policies That Really Enable Open Government & Innovation
  OGI 1-4 - Implementing Web 2.0 in the U.S. Government
  • Jose Vazquez
  • Director, First Responder Technologies Program (R-Tech)
  • Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate
  OGI 2-1 - A Collaborative Model for Innovation: Virtual USA
  • Lovisa Williams
  • Senior Technology Advisor
  • Office of Innovative Engagement, US Department of State
  Policy & Process: Creating Social Media Policies That Really Enable Open Government & Innovation
  PEP 2: Cloud Economics 101: Sponsored by Cisco & Intel