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

Online registration is closed. Onsite registration is available.

The operational rigor and funding from the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) holds the potential to drive incredible performance advancements in public services.  The mission of the TMF is a lofty one:  to enable agencies to reimagine and transform the way they use technology to deliver their mission and services to the American public in an effective, efficient, and secure manner.

This briefing will bring together TMF Board members as well as agencies receiving early funding to talk about the lifecycle of the TMF from applying for funds to reinvesting in the future. 

This event is on the record.

AFFIRM is a Project Management Institute Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.). There are 1.25 PDUs available for this program.



Alan Thomas, Commissioner, Federal Acquisition Service, General Services Administration; Click here for Alan's bio.   


Elizabeth M. Cain, Acting Executive Director, Technology Modernization Fund Program Management Office, General Services Administration; Click here for Elizabeth's bio.   


Maria A. Roat, Chief Information Officer, Small Business Administration; Click here for Maria's bio.   


Mark Kneidinger, Deputy Director, National Risk Management Center, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Click here for Mark's bio.   


Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio 1500 AM and FederalNewsRadio.com  

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Learning Objectives:

  • Define the Technology Modernization Fund program and the goals for this initiative.

  • Understand the principles behind the TMF, the leaders who are driving it, and the process for applying for funds.

  • Explain considerations for funding such as mission effectiveness, burden reduction, public benefit, user benefit and public approval.

  • Detail how other government agencies have successfully applied for funding.


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

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

Online registration is closed. Onsite registration is available.

Clyde's of Gallery Place
707 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

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

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.