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ArchitecturePlus Seminar - Cloud Computing, Web 2.0 and Beyond: A Vision of Future Government Operations

CIO Council - Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC) in partnership with the American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council Present ArchitecturePlus Seminar

Date and Time: Thursday, August 13, 2009, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Topic: Cloud Computing, Web 2.0 and Beyond: A Vision of Future Government Operations 

Location: American Institute of Architects (AIA) Building, 1735 New York Avenue NW, 2nd Floor Auditorium, Washington, DC (The AIA Building is at 18th and E Streets, NW - across from GSA and directly behind the historic Octagon House)

By Metro: Take the Blue or Orange Line to Farragut West

Take the 18th Street Metro exit and walk toward the Mall on 18th Street

Seminar Information: The upcoming ArchitecturePlus seminar will focus on two new initiatives being sponsored by the Enterprise Architecture Shared Interest Group (EA SIG) of the Industry Advisory Council (IAC).  The first is an effort to describe a five to ten year perspective of Citizen Enabled, Open Government (CEOG) services and the second is an examination of how Cloud Computing and Web 2.0 technologies will help enable a CEOG to unfold.  The Seminar will bring together subject matter experts to examine how these leading edge technologies and best practices, in particular Enterprise Architecture, can be leveraged to help realize the Obama administration’s goals of a CEOG that is agile and adaptive in responding across a spectrum of national priorities ranging from health, entitlement programs, the economy, environmental management, defense and national security, to name but a few.  We hope you will join us for what should be a lively and informative discussion on these pertinent and timely topics.


8:30 Registration

9:00 Welcome and Announcements

Con Kenney, Senior Research Fellow, NDU, and CAF Co-Chair, and Mike Dunham, Senior Principal Consultant, Keane Federal, Leadership Team member IAC EA SIG

9:10 Update on OMB Current Initiatives

Kshemendra Paul, Chief Enterprise Architect, OMB

9:40 Cloud Computing Overview: A Federal Government and Agency Perspective. Slides

Peter Tseronis, Deputy Associate CIO for Information Strategy and Innovation, US Dept of Energy

10:15 Break

10:30 The Opportunities and Challenges of Federal Cloud Computing. Slides

Patrick Stingley, CTO, Bureau of Land Management

10:45 Cloud Computing at NIST. Slides

Peter Mell, Computer Scientist. National Institute of Standards and Technology Computer Security Division

11:00 The Cloud Paradigm Shift:  A Case Study, The City of Los Angeles. Slides

Harsha Rao, Partner CSC Federal Consulting & Scott Dowell, Principal Enterprise Technologist, Cloud Computing Chapter Lead, CSC

11:25 Using EA to Assess the Cost/Performance Benefit Impact of Cloud Computing. Slides

David Epperly & Doug Jackson, EA SIG Leadership Team members, Cloud Computing Task Group

11:35 An overview of  the “Citizen Enabled, Open Government” and its link to Cloud Computing. Slides

Mike Dunham, Senior Principal Consultant, Keane Federal, Leadership Team member IAC EA SIG

11:45 Panel discussion

12:00 Adjourn

August 13, 2009 ArchitecturePlus Seminar Presentations
Assessing Real Value from Cloud Concepts - David Epperly-Doug Jackson - EA SIG - 08-13-09.pdf
Citizen Enabled Open Government-A Vision for Virtual Agile and Adaptive Government of the Future-Mike Dunham-EA SIG-08-13-09.pdf
Cloud Computing Overview-A Federal Government and Agency Perspective - Peter Tseronis-DOE - 08-13-09.pdf
Effectively and Securely Using the Cloud Computing Paradigm - Peter Mell-Tim Grance - NIST - 08-13-09.pdf
The Cloud Paradigm Shift-A Case Study-LA - Scott Dowell-Harsha Rao - CSC - 08-13-09.pdf
The Enterprise Architecture of Cloud Computing - Patrick Stingley-BLM - 08-13-09.pdf

ArchitecturePlus is a free event that is open to both public and private sector.  Anyone involved in or has an interest in Enterprise Architecture is invited to attend.

For further information please contact:
David Epperly: 703-941-0001, depperly@archangelit.com
or Mike Dunham:  202-686-1558, mike.dunham@keane.com

We look forward to seeing you there.

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