June 9, 2022
Can Data Solve Our Homelessness Crisis?
As homelessness continues to affect the lives of more than half a million people, cities are turning to data for the answer. Local governments hold an immense amount of data on their communities, but how do they use that data as a catalyst for change? How do they use the wealth of knowledge at their disposal to assist some of their communities’ most vulnerable citizens — in the short and long term? In this session, Route Fifty explores these data success stories and the potential data holds.
Where are they Now? A Spotlight on TMF
In an effort to address urgent IT modernization challenges, bolster cybersecurity defenses and respond to the COVID-19 crisis, government leaders are turning to driving digital innovation across their organizations. With support from the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF), leaders continue to keep eyes on emerging projects focused on zero trust, cloud, and cybersecurity. Join Nextgov as we highlight the projects making waves in the digital space and what’s expected from the TMF in the year to come.
The Future of the Digital Supply Chain
Given the extent to which agencies depend on commercial hardware and software,
Agencies cannot afford to be exposed to the potential risks posed by industry partners that may lead to malicious code and components being compromised during the design, development, and distribution of their products. IT supply chain security has been identified by The Department of Homeland Security as a national imperative and in this session we will address the need for agencies and industry partners alike to take on the critical mission of identifying, developing, and maintaining strategies that enhance a secure supply chain.
Spotlight Interview: Angel Phaneuf
Patrick Tucker sits down with Army Software Factory Chief Information Security Officer Angel Phaneuf for a discussion on the past, present, and future of Army software innovation.
Five Recommendations on the “How” of Digital Transformation
In this short presentation, Craig Heartwell - Managing Chief Architect for Red Hat North America Public Sector - provides perspective on digital transformation and how to achieve ongoing success in this aspect of your business.
As a technologist, Mr. Heartwell has been executing digital transformation for decades and has assisted many companies in doing the same. Craig explains that digital transformation is more about people and business culture than the technology itself.
If you are not progressing quickly enough in digital transformation - or are literally stuck in your efforts - Craig offers 5 actionable suggestions to assist you in moving forward to achieve and maintain digital maturity.