GPS2014 Panel to Examine Performance through Enterprise Architecture and Requirements Management

Experts to Discuss what’s Necessary for Performance Success

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GPS2014

14th annual Government Performance Summit

Integrating Enterprise Architecture with comprehensive requirements management principles can ensure that we achieve a higher level of organizational performance for not only tax payers, but more importantly, for those men and women serving overseas.

Alexandria, Va. (PRWEB) April 23, 2014

The 14th Annual Government Performance Summit (GPS2014) is proud to announce that leaders from Veteran Affairs, the Coast Guard, Patent and Trademark Office, and the Office of Naval Intelligence will gather in Washington D.C. on May 7 to discuss and share best practices for establishing Enterprise Architecture and Requirements Management to achieve optimal performance measures while maintaining government-wide mission-critical operating standards.

Presenters are:

  •     Greg Giddens, Executive Director, Enterprise Program Management Office, Veterans Affairs
  •     Tom Michelli, Deputy Chief Information Officer, U.S. Coast Guard
  •     Eric Smith, Collaborative Services Division—Office of the CIO, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  •     Ian Fowlie, Director, Joint Production Management Office, Office of Naval Intelligence
  •     Matthew Hause, Atego and Co-Chair of the DoDAF/MODAF Working Group

This highly distinguished panel will bring together, for the first time, federal, military, and industry leaders whose organizations maintain a high level of performance while sustaining daily operations. “With the first round of sequestration behind us, and with the federal deficit doubling to more than $16B since 2007, corporations and agencies across our markets are being challenged to do more with less,” explains CTO of Robbins Gioia, Christopher Heath, who will moderate the GPS2014 panel. “The need for integrating Enterprise Architecture with comprehensive requirements management principles can ensure that we achieve a higher level of organizational performance for not only the tax payers, but more importantly, for those men and women serving and fighting overseas.”

About the 14th annual Government Performance Summit
GPS2014 is presented this year by The Performance Institute (http://www.performanceinstitute.org) and the Association of Government Accountants (https://www.agacgfm.org ). The event brings together professionals who are leading the way in finance and performance within their federal agencies, state and local governments, and commercial organizations. Get more information about GPS2014 by visiting http://www.governmentperformance.org.