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Top 10 IT Challenges Conference - 27 March - Reagan Bldg - Top IT Leader

From: David Dickson
Subject: Top 10 IT Challenges Conference - 27 March - Reagan Bldg - Top IT Leaders will speak on future programs
Date: Fri, 09 Feb 2001 09:56:23 -0500

To:        address@hidden

The Clinger-Cohen Act: Past, Present and Future Conference

(Special Feature: The Top 10 CIO Challenges - the results of the AFFIRM Survey)

March 27, 2001

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington D.C.
Atrium Ballroom

About this conference

The Clinger-Cohen Act was passed by Congress in 1996. It is now five years 
this month and time to review progress made, successes of the past and what yet 
remains to be done. Our speakers are agency executives who will discuss the Act 
and their agency's priorities for the future. We are in a time of change. New 
and exciting technologies and a new administration with new priorities. Our 
will discuss future plans, programs, and new initiatives.

A special feature will be a report on the Association for Federal Information 
Management (AFFIRM) top 10 CIO Challenges survey. This survey lists the top 10 
management and technical challenges facing agency planners.

Additionally, the event will include a special report on a recent procurement 
reform initiative - Reverse Auctions. A special panel will present 
from a highly successful IT reverse auction.

We anticipate strong representation from the federal IT leadership.  


Conference registration and continental breakfast 7:30 am - 8:30 am. 

Speakers include: 

* Paul Brubaker, Deputy CIO, Department of Defense 
* Robert Bubniak, Acting CIO, Department of Veterans Affairs 
* Manny DeVera, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, GSA/Federal Technology Service 
* Dee Lee, Director of Defense Procurement 
* Gary Maxam, Director of Procurement, Defense Accounting and Finance Service 
* Gloria Parker, CIO Department of HUD 
* Jasmeet Seehra, OMB Liaison to the Federal CIO Council, Office of Management 
and Budget 
* Charlie Self, Deputy Commissioner for GSA/Federal Technology Service 

... and more +++ 

Who should attend:

* Agency executives who plan, budget and execute information technology 
* Program managers 
* Industry executives interested in learning about agency initiatives 
* Government and industry people interested in seeing the new business model 
and plans at agencies 
* Millennia and Millennia Lite contractors 

What you will learn:

* Plans and programs at federal agencies 
* How are the agencies organizing to deal with these new requirements 
* How will this impact e-commerce in the federal government 
* What resources are available 
* Business opportunities, new agency initiatives 
* Resources available to agency IT executives through the Millennia and 
Lite contracts. 

Who should sponsor:

* Companies involved with e-commerce, business planning, IT solutions 
* Communications and networking products and services companies 
* Federal fee for service organizations that wish to promote their products and 
services to senior government executives. 
* Hardware, software and systems integrators that sell products and services 
to the federal government. 
* Millennia and Millennia Lite Contractor Primes and Subs. 

Points of Contact:

* For technical support with this web site, please contact Mr. Parrish Knight, 
* For information on exhibitor arrangements, please contact Ms. Danielle Ortiz, 
* For general information about this event, please contact Ms. Colleen 
* For information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Ms. Cara 

Corporate Sponsors:

* ACS Government Solutions Group
* Verizon Federal Network Systems
* Titan Averstar
* Market*Access International, Inc. 

...other sponsors to be announced.

Organizational Sponsors:

* Department of Transportation Millennium Solutions Center 
* INPUT Government 
* GSA Federal Technology Service 

Publications Partner:

* Federal Computer Week 

...other sponsors to be announced.

Government training forms and credit cards accepted.

The registration fee for this important training conference is:

Government Credit Card or Check in Advance: $345.00
Government Training Forms/Invoice: $395.00
Industry and Federal Contractors, Payment in Advance: $595
Industry and Federal Contractors/Invoice: $645
Conference Registration Options
[1] Phone: 301-652-0810 and speak with Ms. Colleen Harbison.
[2] Email: address@hidden
[3] Register online: Use our online booking form to register and pay by credit 
card electronically.
[4] Fax: registration form to 301-652-0914.
[5] Mail: registration form to:

Market*Access International, Inc.
5454 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 810
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
To register by phone or to request more information: Call Colleen Harbison 

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For more information on this event and other services my Market*Access, see our 
web site at www.marketaccess.org.

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