13th Annual Army IT Day
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Meeting the Demands of Changing Geographical Priorities
AFCEA NOVA’s 13th Annual Army IT Day is the 2014 “must attend” Northern Virginia IT conference for anyone doing business with the Army. Last year’s event was attended by over 800 Government and Industry professionals. Topics to be covered this year include:
- Forthcoming organization changes within the Army IT community (Cyber Command, NETCOM, DISA, PEOs and G6)
- Data Center migration
- Status and future of JIE
- Applications movement to the Data Center and/or the cloud (DOD or industry)
- Cyber status and priorities
- Procurement opportunities this year
- The Army’s challenges in maintaining and defending the network
- Updates of small business opportunities presented by Program Managers and acquisition professionals
- Small Business Networking session (Tables will be available for both large and small businesses to promote their respective capabilities and requirements)
If you are currently doing business with the Army or if you want to support the Army’s enterprise initiatives…then you absolutely need to be at AFCEA NOVA’s Army IT Day. Solid industry partnerships enable the Army to better transition to the Network of 2020. This event helps generate innovative ideas and highlights cutting edge technologies while allowing Industry and Government professionals to collaborate with each other.
This event provides a great opportunity to hear and engage with senior Army Leaders. These leaders will share their insights into the Army’s current issues, priorities, philosophies, directives and goals and will elaborate on how industry can assist.
If you are an industry executive, business developer, sales and marketing manager, technical design specialist, or just someone who wants to learn more about Army IT requirements and applications, then Army IT Day is for you - full of valuable information that will help you grow your business.
If you are a government executive, program manager, team lead, technical specialist, or just someone who wants to better understand the needs and challenges of the entire Army, then Army IT Day is for you - full of context and contacts that will make your job more relevant to the fight.
|Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell
|8:55am-9:25am||BGen Kevin Nally
Director (C4) US Marine Corps
|9:40am-10:15am||BG Frederick A. Henry
DISA Chief of Staff
LTG Peter Cuviello, USA (Ret.)
Director, Network Enabled Operational Support
Retired US Army CIO/G6
Randy Strong, USA (Ret.)
Market Executive, C4
Integrated Systems Group
US Army CECOM
Jeff Sorenson, USA (Ret.)
President & Partner, A.T. Kearney PSDS, LLC
Retired US Army CIO/G6
Gary L. Winkler, SES
Founder, Cyber Solutions & Services, Inc.
Former US Army PEO EIS
|11:10am-12:00pm||Small Business Netowrking
Comfort Break – Networking & Booth Viewing
Honor WWII Veterans
|Lt. Gen. Mark
Director Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) / Cyber
Chief Information Officer, Joint Staff, J6/CIO
||Comfort Break – Networking & Booth
|1:25pm-2:05pm||Maj. Gen. Gary H. Cheek
Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 Headquarters, Department of the Army
Gregory L. Garcia
U.S. Army Information Technology Agency
|2:35pm-3:05pm||Ms. Kristyn Jones
Financial Information Management
US Army PEO EIS
||Comfort Break – Networking & Booth Viewing|
PEO EIS Panel
Mr. Kevin Carroll, SES
President, The Kevin Carroll Group
Project Manager, Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program
|COL Deb Theall
Project Manager, Installation Information Infrastructure Communications and Capabilities
Project Manager, Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems
Event Cosponsor: Signal Corps Regimental Association
AFCEA NOVA is proud to co-sponsor Army IT Day with the Signal Corps Regimental Association.
SCRA is a private, nonprofit organization that provides an opportunity for all active, reserve, and national guard, officers, warrant officers, enlisted members and civilians, as well as any former members of the Signal Corps to aid in preserving for posterity the proud heritage of the U.S. Army Signal Corps Regiment, and Signal units throughout the world.
SCRA works to enhance the Regiment’s ability to recruit officers and warrant officers, recognize Regiment’s NCO leaders during their NCOES, and contribute to events that encourage the community of our Regiment. The SCRA works to ensure the lessons of history and proud traditions of the Signal Regiment are not forgotten.
|Government / Active Military||$0.00||$0.00|