Federal and Business CIOs, CTOs, CMOs Gather for One Day to Discuss "Action Items for Great Government" at FedTalks 2011

Sep 20, 2011, 09:00 ET from FedScoop

WASHINGTON, Sept. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The greatest minds in government, business technology will come together for one day to discuss how innovation can change the way government works at FedTalks 2011, October 11, 2011, at Warner Theatre. This one of a kind experience will be comprised of C-level executives from federal agencies and the tech industry, leaders from academia, distinguished members of Congress and more.



Aneesh Chopra, U.S. CTO, Executive Office of the President

Teri Takai, CIO, U.S. Department of Defense

Richard Spires, CIO, Department of Homeland Security

Dr. Peter Levin, Senior Advisor to the Secretary & CTO, VA

Todd Park, CTO, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Dr. David McClure, Deputy Administrator, Office of Innovative Services & Technologies, GSA

John Berry, Director, U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Pete Tseronis, CTO, DOE

Gerry Connolly, Congressman, 11th District of Virginia


Steve Case, Chairman, Case Foundation

Diane Bryant, Vice President, Chief Information Officer, Intel

Ben Fried, CIO, Google

Sandy Carter, VP Social Business and Collaboration Solutions, IBM

Robert Stephens, CTO, Best Buy and Founder of Geek Squad

Craig Newmark, Founder, Craigslist

Rick Jackson, CMO, VMware

Tom Reilly, VP and GM, HP Security Solutions


Warner Theatre, 513 13th Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20004


Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Eastern


Government FREE (with .gov or .mil email)

Industry: $395.00

Learn more at: http://fedscoop.com/fedtalks


Intel, HP, Symantec, Google, IBM, VMware, NetApp, CDW-G and HiSoftware.


Jacqueline Lampert, 202-559-4306, pr@fedscoop.com

FedScoop (www.fedscoop.com) is a Government IT media company, a one-stop news source and the government IT community's platform for education and collaboration. FedScoop gathers top leaders from The White House, federal agencies, academia and the tech industry to discuss ways technology can improve government, and to exchange best practices and identify ways to achieve common goals.