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  • Clyde's of Gallery Place (map)
  • 707 7th Street Northwest
  • Washington, DC, 20001
  • United States

The Administration’s top three priorities for government IT policy promise improved service delivery and citizen experience, reduced cybersecurity risks and targeting taxpayer dollars wisely. Technology Business Management or TBM is at the heart of these priorities and will serve as a tool to help drive them forward.

The goal of TBM adoption in the public sector is to improve the accountability and transparency within the IT budget process, empowering CXOs from across the enterprise to drive mission value and improved customer experience through technology.  TBM adoption will also allow for improved benchmarking and optimization of the value of every taxpayer dollar spent on technology.

Panelists will discuss why TBM is vital for government and how agencies are using TBM taxonomy to begin changing the decision-making process today.

Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the TBM goals as set forth by the Presidents Management Agenda.
  • Define Technology Business Management (TBM) and explain its value in Federal planning and budgeting.
  • Understand how TBM will improve IT planning and governance.
  • Explain how TBM brings the entire C suite to the table for decision-making in a transparent and empowering way.

Schedule:
Registration:
 11:30am
Luncheon: 11:50am
Program: 12:15pm
Adjourn: 1:30pm

Costs:
Government & Academia employees: Complimentary
AFFIRM Sustaining Partners: $70.00
Industry Non-members: $110.00

We are currently at capacity for this event. Attendees who arrive to register onsite will need to sign onto our wait list until we can determine if we can accommodate them. 

Register through Eventbrite. Onsite registration adds $10.00 to the ticket price.

Location: 
Clyde's of Gallery Place
707 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20001

Metro:
Chinatown/Gallery Place (Red/Yellow/Green Lines)

Parking:
Parking is available in the building. The entrance to the Gallery Place parking garage is off of 6th Street, NW between H and G streets, NW.