|When:||May 21, 2009, 8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.|
|Where:||Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
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On May 21, 2009 government IT professionals and industry thought leaders attended the Federal IT on a Budget Forum - a full-day event facilitating dialogue, debate, and collaboration on how innovative technologies can stretch the Federal IT dollar.
Attendees explored how to deploy new, innovative IT approaches - such as Open Source, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing/Software as a Service (SaaS) - to create new funding within existing budgets.
- Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst's morning keynote
- CIO/CFO Panel: The New IT Economics featuring:
- Herb Strauss, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, Robbins-Gioia [Moderator]
- Doug Bourgeois, Director, National Business Center, Department of the Interior
- Casey Coleman, CIO, General Services Administration
- Chris C. Kemp, CIO, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center
- Radha Sekar, Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller for Financial Management, Department of Defense
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View speaker presentations and continue the discussion:
Federal IT on a Budget Forum Media Coverage
- Associated Content, (05/21/2009), "When Cloud Computing Comes Down to Earth: A Discussion with Peter Tseronis (DOE)"
- Associated Content, (06/29/2009), "The Plunge into Cybersecurity - What Does it Mean for Us?"
- CIO Magazine, (05/21/29), "Federal CIOs Still Face Cloud Computing Hurdles"
- Computerworld, (05/21/2009), "Federal CIOs Still Face Cloud Computing Hurdles"
- GCN, (05/22/2009), "Private Cloud May be a Better Option for Public Agencies"
- InformationWeek, (05/22/2009), "NASA Launches 'Nebula' Compute Cloud"
- Plug into the Cloud Blog, (06/01/09), "Red Hat Sees Strong Demand For Cloud Computing"
- TechWorld, (05/22/09), "Federal CIOs Still Face Cloud Computing Hurdles"
- Washington Examiner, (06/19/09), "The Next Big Thing is Cybersecurity but What Does it Mean for Us?"