XChange Public Sector 2013: Developing High Performance Government Innovators

Aug 21, 2013, 08:00 ET from UBM Tech Channel

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Aug. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- XChange Events today announced details of XChange Public Sector, an independent multi-vendor event dedicated to the unique dynamics of the public sector IT channel.  The event, kicking off today at the Gaylord National, Washington DC, will bring together public sector ISVs, integrators, consultants, contractors, suppliers, customers and vendors, to engage in thoughtful discussions around the opportunities and challenges facing the public sector IT market from every angle - federal, healthcare, state, local and education.  The content-rich agenda will provide attendees the opportunity to review demonstrations of new products, services, and solutions; gain insight from leading industry speakers; and engage in unique networking opportunities.

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Highlighted Sessions

  • Roger W. Cressey, Liberty Group Ventures, LLC, "Managing Cyber Risk in Today's Threat Environment"
  • Rishi Sood, Gartner, "Federal Government: New Rules for the New Market Dynamic"
  • Christine Arcaris, Gartner, "State & Local Government: New Opportunities for Growth"
  • Panel Discussion, "The State of the Government System Integrator Community" featuring executives from Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman
  • Robert Litan, Bloomberg Government, "Assessing the longevity of austerity and its meaning for Americans"

"Public sector integrators, consultants and their strategic partners have entered an unprecedented era of disruption. A whirlwind of activity driven by sequestration, budget battles, lowest-price contract requirements and a litany of political and economic issues is upending business models for government integrators," said Robert C. DeMarzo, Senior Vice President of Strategic Content, UBM Tech Channel.  "This is also a period of incredible opportunity as government IT leaders are looking to innovate and evolve more than ever. XChange Public Sector provides the insight needed to help today's public sector IT channel executives become high-performance innovators through peer exchanges, vendor connections and expert points of view." 

The event will conclude with the annual XChange XCellence Awards luncheon which highlights the vendors who were Best in Show. The awards are based on selections by attendees, and categories include XCellence in Federal Program, XCellence in State and Local Program and XCellence in Healthcare Program.

To view a full list of sponsors, please visit: http://www.xchange-events.com/xps13/sponsors/.  Platinum sponsors include Lenovo, Samsung, and ScanSource Catalyst.

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