“Data underpins nearly all federal actions, across all agencies. With the release of the Federal Data Action Plan, combined with the impact of COVID, we have seen a shift in the way the federal government approaches data management,” said Jesse Rauch, VP Federal, Active Navigation.
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) July 15, 2020
FEDSpace announced today that registration is open for its “reimagined” conference – now both virtual and accessible for federal government professionals everywhere. Active Navigation, the data privacy and governance software company, is hosting this innovative conference which brings together subject matter experts from Government and Industry to discuss how to use federal data to make decisions and drive mission.
With the recent release of the Federal Data Strategy Action Plan from the Office of Management and Budget, 2020 marks a new year – and a new decade – for federal data governance. The Action Plan sets forth guidelines and requirements for how federal agencies approach data use. As the amount of data created continues to grow exponentially, so too does the importance of how data is stored and managed.
“Data underpins nearly all federal actions, across all agencies. With the release of the Federal Data Action Plan, combined with the impact of COVID, we have seen a shift in the way the federal government approaches data management,” said Jesse Rauch, VP Federal, Active Navigation. “We’re looking forward to a terrific discussion at FEDSpace about how to better access, use and share data.”
Notable speakers include:
- Tom Sasala, Chief Data Officer, Department of the Navy
- Dovarius Peoples, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Eileen Vidrine, Chief Data Officer, U.S. Air Force
The conference is free to attend and takes place on July 22nd from 10am – 2pm ET. The event is produced with current government security protocols in mind.
About Active Navigation
Active Navigation is a data privacy and governance software company. Its flagship product, Discovery Center, enables enterprises and government entities to map, clean, classify, quarantine, and delete redundant, obsolete and trivial data. Hundreds of companies and government agencies trust Active Navigation to help them control sensitive data and support compliance with various data privacy regulations such as CCPA and GDPR. Active Navigation Inc. is headquartered in the DC metro area and has offices in Europe and Australia. For more information, please visit ActiveNavigation.com or follow the company on Twitter and LinkedIn.