This session will zoom out to explore disruptive trends in government, technology, and the workforce that are driving government leaders to think differently about how to prepare their agencies for the future and meet the needs of their citizens. What does the Future of Work mean for the trifecta of the work, workforce, and workplace in government, and how will the IT function evolve to support it? Then, we’ll zoom in to explore Deloitte’s perspective on new technologies that are changing government work and opportunities to access, curate, and engage the right talent to perform that work in an increasingly competitive talent landscape.
Nicole Overley, MA, PMP
Human Capital Manager
Linda F. Avetta
Supervisor, Contract Management Section
PA Office of Administration, Health and Human Services Delivery Center
Managing Principal, Enterprise Solutions
PCI QSA, PCIP, CISSP, CISM, CRISC, GIAC GSEC & GSNA, PMP
This presentation will show the way in which different local and state agencies across the country are approaching services delivery to social and community issues of homelessness, opioid/drug addiction and Community Corrections to reduce recidivism, relapse rates and homelessness.
Manager Security Operations Center
Business One-Stop Shop Director
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
This session will explore the role of the CAO to improve the digital experience for citizens and employees with disabilities; how accessibility impacts your role in planning, designing and building digital content; and highlight accessibility work underway in the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Chief Accessibility Officer
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Administration, General Government Delivery Center
In this session attendees will take a journey to the future and learn about the technologies that are transforming the modern digital workplace. We’ll take a look at future technologies from all sides so attendees will have a solid understanding of the best investments to improve their enterprise and employee experience while considering security and efficiencies.
Shamlan Siddiqi, MS
Leader, Digital Government, US State & Local Governments
VP Solution Engineering
Managing Director, Health and Public Service Transformation and Tech Advisory Executive
City of Philadelphia
It’s not enough to simply plan for succession, you must plan for succession that also follows your strategic vision, technological changes, and anticipated challenges. We’ll look at the difference between “succession planning” and “strategic succession planning.” We’ll then highlight techniques that will help you form, implement, and maintain a strategic succession plan.
Jason Brown, MBA
Director, Product Marketing
National Business Development Manager
New Era Technology
Brandon Keath, MS
Cyber Security Practice Lead
By using HCD principles and methods in your projects you will be able to:
Director of Experience Design
Pennsylvania Interactive LLC
Director of Solutions Engineering-Public Sector
Health Science students entering the workforce will use electronic health records and other forms of technology. Why are we still using textbooks and traditional classroom methods to educate? Learn about the disruptive power of digital curriculum and blended learning for career and technical education.
Applied Educational System
Today, quantum computers and a quantum internet are just a blip on the edge of IT’s radar, but quantum is approaching fast. This session presents the current state of quantum information technologies and offers a roadmap IT leader should be operating by in order to skill-up and staff a “Quantum Ready” workforce. Indeed, quantum computers are now even available via AWS and Azure. Yes, RSA encryption is effectively cracked, and you should be aware of what nation-states and industries are doing about it. Knock, knock….
Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
Kevin Damghani, PMP
Chief Partner Experience Engineer
Steven Young, PMP
Sr. Vice President
This session will introduce a structured process to:
Join ASG Technologies to discover how a combination of broad coverage of legacy and modern technologies, connection of business and technical metadata, and automated traceability of private data through applications and data will:
Data Intelligence Specialist, Financial Sector
As leaders of change, organizational strategy development should center around 2 guiding principles:
Tabitha Daugherty, M. Ed.
Vice President of Strategy
John Kaschak, CPA, CGMA, CISA, Deputy Secretary for Revenue, Department of Revenue
William Trusky, Deputy Secretary for Unemployment Compensation, Department of Labor & Industry