Technology Thought Leaders to Speak at the Enterprise Architecture Conference

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The 13th Annual Enterprise Architecture Conference continues to attract top-notch speakers, including Dr. Scott A. Bernard, Federal Chief Enterprise Architect at the Office of Management and Budget.The Enterprise Architecture Conference takes place October 6-7 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

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Experienced and esteemed technology practitioners will speak on the critical role Enterprise Architecture plays in identifying, deploying and managing shared services in government — from a tactical and strategic approach.

The 13th Annual Enterprise Architecture Conference continues to attract top-notch speakers, including Dr. Scott A. Bernard, Federal Chief Enterprise Architect at the Office of Management and Budget.

The Enterprise Architecture Conference takes place October 6-7 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Experienced and esteemed technology practitioners will speak on the critical role Enterprise Architecture plays in identifying, deploying and managing shared services in government — from a tactical and strategic approach.

This two-day training event features over 14 educational sessions in two dedicated tracks. The Achieve Mission Outcomes track will include insights from Dr. Pallab Saha on "Architecting Future-Ready Governments in the Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World." The Strengthen Enterprise Management track will include a look at how the Department of Energy leverages enterprise intelligence to drive enterprise architecture. The full agenda is available online at goveaconference.com/sessions.

At the opening keynote on Tuesday, October 6, Dr. Scott A. Bernard has been invited to share his insights that draw upon nearly 30 years of experience in information technology management, including work in the government, military, business, and academic sectors.

Wednesday’s general session will feature a panel discussion entitled "Enabling Mission Effectiveness - The Dynamic Nature of a Successful EA Program" on Wednesday, October 7.

In addition to the conference, three pre-event workshops will be led by industry forerunners on Monday, October 5: Cort Coghill, Carl Engel, and Thach Le. Full-day workshops are available to attend individually or as an add-on to full conference registration (for a fee). Workshops include: "Patterns for Success: Leveraging the Zachman Framework for Enterprise Analysis", "Framework Integration: Driving Business Outcomes", and "Enabling Mission Effectiveness: What Every EA Practitioner Should Know about Implementing the Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture." For more information on workshops, visit goveaconference.com/workshops.

Attendees of all FEAC, Zachman International workshops will have the opportunity to earn CEUs; attendees to the In2itive sponsored workshop and all conference attendees will have the opportunity to earn a Certificate of Attendance for participation.

Admission to the Enterprise Architecture Conference October 6 - 7 is free of charge to government personnel until August 25, 2015 when the early bird “free registration” will expire. Space is limited. To guarantee your spot, visit govEAconference.com today.

About The Enterprise Architecture Event
1105 Government Events’ 13th Annual Enterprise Architecture Event continues to serve as a dynamic platform for practitioners of Enterprise Architecture to convene and discuss best practices in EA that are modernizing agency operations to comply with the 21st century digital government. This year's event is focused on how EA is making the mission possible today; topics include cutting-edge EA methodologies to increase efficiencies, fostering innovation and using EA as a medium for restructuring. Visit govEAconference.com for full session details.

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