By Barry Leffew, Vice President – Adobe Public Sector
The seventh annual Adobe Digital Government Assembly is taking place on February 24, and we’re excited to hear from our most experienced, thought-provoking line-up yet of senior agency officials, technology leaders and innovators.
Focused on what it takes to deliver digital experiences that matter to citizens, the military and government agencies, the one-day event will cover the most critical digital government issues and solutions.
Speakers will include General Michael Hayden, principal at the Chertoff Group and former director of the NSA and the CIA; Avi Bender, CTO of the Census Bureau; Matt Goodrich, director of GSA’s FedRAMP program; Michel Laviolette, senior director of the Treasury Board of the Canadian Secretariat’s Renewal and Web Standards Office; Mark Kneidinger, director of the Federal Network Resilience division of DHS; Craig E. Kaucher, CIO of DSS; and many more public sector leaders.
In addition to our keynote addresses, the breakout sessions will include in-depth discussions on mobile engagement, citizen experience, cloud security, FedRAMP and creativity and design-led innovation in the public sector.
See the full agenda and list of speakers for more details. Along with valuable insights from government and industry experts on cloud, mobile, security and everything in between, the day will include networking opportunities, breakfast and lunch.
We look forward to seeing you in person on February 24 at The Renaissance Hotel Downtown in Washington, DC. Join the online conversation using #AdobeGovAssembly and tell us what you’re looking forward to most at the event.
To attend the 2016 Adobe Digital Government Assembly, register here. Registration is free for government employees with a .gov or .mil email address.