Government’s role in serving citizens echoes Abraham Lincoln’s words espousing government for the people and by the people, and the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) underscores this direction by opening the door to a digital government that is evidence-based and transparent.
Government at all levels is supporting business leaders within their organizations with data they need to both answer critical questions within their agency and to keep the public informed.
Join us AFFIRM on April 11 as we take an in-depth look at how government can build a stronger America and provide 21st century services Americans expect today.
Describe the necessary components of data-driven decision-making to improve accountability and transparency in government operations.
Detail the role of evolving technologies like robotic process automation in the shift from low-level to high-value work in government.
Define the roles of chief data officers and chief evaluation officers in measuring government effectiveness.
Government & Academia employees: Complimentary
AFFIRM Sustaining Partners: $70.00
Industry Non-members: $110.00
Onsite registration: $10.00 surcharge.
Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Network
Gerard Badorrek, Chief Financial Officer, U.S. General Services Administration
Matthew Cornelius, Senior Technology and Cybersecurity Advisor, Office of Management and Budget
Sanjay Gupta, Chief Technology Officer, Small Business Administration
Jamie M. Krauk, Acting Executive Director, Department of Commerce’s Enterprise Services Program