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Gov 2.0 Summit Schedule

Below are the confirmed and scheduled talks at Gov 2.0 Summit (schedule subject to change).

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Independence Ballroom BC
Add The Cloud in Context to your personal schedule
8:30am Sponsored Sessions
The Cloud in Context Russ Daniels (Hewlett-Packard Company)
Independence Ballroom FG
Add Social Media: Going Beyond the Tools to your personal schedule
8:30am Sponsored Sessions
Social Media: Going Beyond the Tools Grant McLaughlin (Booz Allen Hamilton), Walton Smith (Booz Allen Hamilton)
Independence Ballroom DE
Add Getting to Gov 2.0 to your personal schedule
8:30am Sponsored Sessions
Getting to Gov 2.0 Susie Adams (Microsoft Corporation), Susan Heystee (Global Strategic Alliances, Novell), Bryan Kirschner (Greenberg Quinlan Rosner)
Independence Ballroom HI
Add Leveraging Transparency to Make Government More Effective to your personal schedule
8:30am Sponsored Sessions
Leveraging Transparency to Make Government More Effective Shyam Sankar (Palantir Technologies), Alex Fishman (Palantir Technologies)
7:30am Breakfast - Sponsored by Palantir
Room: Independence Foyer
9:30am Break
Room: Independence Foyer
11:00am Morning Break
Room: Independence Foyer
3:30pm Afternoon Break
Room: Independence Foyer
Add "By the People..." to your personal schedule
9:45am Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
"By the People..." Carl Malamud (Public.Resource.Org)
Add A Conversation with Federal Government CIO Vivek Kundra to your personal schedule
10:05am Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
A Conversation with Federal Government CIO Vivek Kundra Vivek Kundra (Office of Management and Budget), Ellen Miller (Sunlight Foundation)
Add Clouds Over Washington: The Cloud and How It Can Serve Government to your personal schedule
10:25am Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Clouds Over Washington: The Cloud and How It Can Serve Government Werner Vogels (Amazon.com), Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Casey Coleman (U.S. General Services Administration)
Add Lean Startups: Doing More with Less to your personal schedule
10:50am Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Lean Startups: Doing More with Less Eric Ries (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers)
Add How Data Can Improve Health Care and Reduce Costs to your personal schedule
11:30am Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
How Data Can Improve Health Care and Reduce Costs Elliott Fisher (The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice)
Add RAPID FIRE: Healthcare to your personal schedule
11:50am Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
RAPID FIRE: Healthcare Carleen Hawn (Healthspottr), James Heywood (PatientsLikeMe )
Add Instrumenting the Edges to Predict: H1N1 Virus to your personal schedule
12:05pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Instrumenting the Edges to Predict: H1N1 Virus Michael McDonald (Global Health Initiatives, Inc.), Eric Rasmussen (InSTEDD), Jim Stogdill (Accenture), Martin Stadtler (Red Hat)
Add Real-world Social Networking for Gov 2.0 to your personal schedule
1:30pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Real-world Social Networking for Gov 2.0 Dean Halstead (Microsoft)
Add What's Next?  Follow the Money to your personal schedule
1:40pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
What's Next? Follow the Money Lloyd Howell (Booz Allen Hamilton)
Add How Palantir is Empowering Human Analysis in the US Government to your personal schedule
1:50pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
How Palantir is Empowering Human Analysis in the US Government Shyam Sankar (Palantir Technologies)
Add Transparency, Technology and You to your personal schedule
1:55pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Transparency, Technology and You Chris DiBona (Google, Inc.)
Add The State of the USA to your personal schedule
2:00pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
The State of the USA Chris Hoenig (The State of the USA, Inc.)
Add Cybersecurity Challenge to your personal schedule
2:10pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Cybersecurity Challenge Alan Paller (SANS Institute), Michael Coppola (United States Cyber Challenge, SANS Netwars)
Add Innovation from Within: Apps for Security Program in Armed Forces to your personal schedule
2:20pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Innovation from Within: Apps for Security Program in Armed Forces Linton Wells, II (National Defense University), Jeffrey A. Sorenson (U.S. Army), Nickolas Justice (US Army), Carlos Castillo (Warfighter Technologies), Paul Lin (Warfighter Technologies)
Add Identity to your personal schedule
2:50pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Identity Judith Spencer (General Services Administration), Mary Ruddy (Meristic, Inc.), John Clippinger (MIT Media Lab Human Dynamics Group)
Add Social Media and Security to your personal schedule
3:10pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Social Media and Security Bruce McConnell (U.S. Department of Homeland Security), Rick Wesson (Support Intelligence), Price Floyd (Department of Defense)
Add .Gov Websites That Work to your personal schedule
4:00pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
.Gov Websites That Work Allan Holmes (nextgov.com)
Add Broadband as Platform to your personal schedule
4:15pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Broadband as Platform Julius Genachowski (Federal Communications Commission ), Kevin Werbach (University of Pennsylvania), Eugene Huang (National Broadband Task Force - Federal Communications Commission )
Add Strategies for Success: Driving Openness, Participation, and Collaboration in a Bureaucratic World to your personal schedule
4:45pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Strategies for Success: Driving Openness, Participation, and Collaboration in a Bureaucratic World Lena Trudeau (National Academy of Public Administration), David Wennergren (Department of Defense), Michele WeslanderQuaid (Google), Alan Cohn (U.S. Department of Homeland Security )
Add Gov 2.0 Summit Wrap-Up to your personal schedule
5:15pm Plenary
Room: Independence Ballroom A
Gov 2.0 Summit Wrap-Up Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Andrew McLaughlin (Executive Office of the President)
12:30pm Lunch - Sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton
Room: Independence Level
8:30am-9:30am (1h) Sponsored
The Cloud in Context
Russ Daniels (Hewlett-Packard Company)
In this presentation, Russ Daniels will describe how the cloud will fundamentally change the way people and businesses connect to information and the profound impact this will have on every aspect of our lives.
8:30am-9:30am (1h) Sponsored
Social Media: Going Beyond the Tools
Grant McLaughlin (Booz Allen Hamilton), Walton Smith (Booz Allen Hamilton)
In this session, Grant McLaughlin and Walton Smith of Booz Allen Hamilton will demonstrate successful implementations and discuss the need for a holistic strategy that addresses all of the dimensions of change associated with Government 2.0, from identifying your goals to evaluating the return on your investment.
8:30am-9:30am (1h) Sponsored
Getting to Gov 2.0
Susie Adams (Microsoft Corporation), Susan Heystee (Global Strategic Alliances, Novell), Bryan Kirschner (Greenberg Quinlan Rosner)
Join Bryan Kirschner, Vice President for Corporate Strategies at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, Susan Heystee, Vice President, General Manager, Global Strategic Alliances at Novell, and Susie Adams, Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft Federal’s Civilian business in a lively discussion about an enterprise approach to Gov 2.0.
8:30am-9:30am (1h) Sponsored
Leveraging Transparency to Make Government More Effective
Shyam Sankar (Palantir Technologies), Alex Fishman (Palantir Technologies)
Agencies across the Federal Government use Palantir to analyze and understand data. In this presentation we’ll show some of the best analysis done by our customers in government in the areas of intelligence, cyber-espionage, financial regulation, and transparency.
7:30am-8:30am (1h)
Break: Breakfast - Sponsored by Palantir
9:30am-9:45am (15m)
Break
11:00am-11:30am (30m)
Break: Morning Break
3:30pm-4:00pm (30m)
Break: Afternoon Break
9:45am-10:05am (20m) General
"By the People..."
Carl Malamud (Public.Resource.Org)
Open government pioneer Carl Malamud draws on his own experience to put the changes we are witnessing today into perspective, drawing on 200 years of American history and showing why access to the working of government by private citizens is crucial for our economy and for our democracy.
10:05am-10:25am (20m) General
A Conversation with Federal Government CIO Vivek Kundra
Vivek Kundra (Office of Management and Budget), Ellen Miller (Sunlight Foundation)
What is the state of data.gov and other government transparency initiatives? Open data is one of the foundations of the digital commonwealth. It fosters re-use and innovation, and also helps citizens hold government accountable. But it also raises privacy and security issues. Ellen and Vivek will tackle these issues and more in a conversation on the key issues of the Summit.
10:25am-10:50am (25m) General
Clouds Over Washington: The Cloud and How It Can Serve Government
Werner Vogels (Amazon.com), Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Casey Coleman (U.S. General Services Administration)
What might be happening that could clarify things or make complexity knee bending and overwhelming for government agencies? In this discussion we explore how the move to cloud computing might provide significant benefit to openness, transparency, and easier collaboration-or result in significant problems.
10:50am-11:00am (10m) General
Lean Startups: Doing More with Less
Eric Ries (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers)
Startups aren't just for the garage anymore. A new kind of entrepreneur is emerging from startup hubs worldwide. They are mastering not just new technologies but the discipline to create value for real people. The lean startup is a look at this new trend and ways it can be applied by organizations large and small.
11:30am-11:50am (20m) General
How Data Can Improve Health Care and Reduce Costs
Elliott Fisher (The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice)
How might we use data as a platform to improve health care and reduce costs? In this session we examine some of the possibilities that access to data might have for Health2.0.
11:50am-12:05pm (15m) General
RAPID FIRE: Healthcare
Carleen Hawn (Healthspottr), James Heywood (PatientsLikeMe )
More information coming soon.
12:05pm-12:30pm (25m) General
Instrumenting the Edges to Predict: H1N1 Virus
Michael McDonald (Global Health Initiatives, Inc.), Eric Rasmussen (InSTEDD), Jim Stogdill (Accenture), Martin Stadtler (Red Hat)
In this session we'll examine how modern networks permit us to harness information flow to provide early warning and vastly improve our response to system-stressing events such as the H1N1 pandemic.
1:30pm-1:40pm (10m) Sponsored
Real-world Social Networking for Gov 2.0
Dean Halstead (Microsoft)
Just as social networking has transformed the way people use the Web, in how they share information about themselves, events and even their opinions, it has altered the expectations of government and created a new level of democracy that enables fast and easy participation and collaboration.
1:40pm-1:50pm (10m) Sponsored
What's Next? Follow the Money
Lloyd Howell (Booz Allen Hamilton)
As the Internet has evolved from static, one-way information hubs to interactive platforms, organizations are flocking to the Web to take advantage of the increased stakeholder engagement, ecommerce, and low cost storage space available in the cloud. With all of these benefits, however, come increased concerns about security, identity, and privacy.
1:50pm-1:55pm (5m) Sponsored
How Palantir is Empowering Human Analysis in the US Government
Shyam Sankar (Palantir Technologies)
Palantir will discuss how they are applying the technology they developed for the intelligence community and the lessons learned battling cyber-fraud at PayPal to empower human analysts and create transparency.
1:55pm-2:00pm (5m) Sponsored
Transparency, Technology and You
Chris DiBona (Google, Inc.)
In this short talk, Google's Public Sector and Open Source Programs Manager, Chris DiBona, will talk about how transparency is a social problem first and a technology problem second. He will draw on his experience with open source projects to show how, with a bit of tenacity, we can all make government more transparent and participatory.
2:00pm-2:10pm (10m) General
The State of the USA
Chris Hoenig (The State of the USA, Inc.)
Details coming soon.
2:10pm-2:20pm (10m) General
Cybersecurity Challenge
Alan Paller (SANS Institute), Michael Coppola (United States Cyber Challenge, SANS Netwars)
More information coming soon.
2:20pm-2:50pm (30m) General
Innovation from Within: Apps for Security Program in Armed Forces
Linton Wells, II (National Defense University), Jeffrey A. Sorenson (U.S. Army), Nickolas Justice (US Army), Carlos Castillo (Warfighter Technologies), Paul Lin (Warfighter Technologies)
The world is changing and defense information technology is changing too; from its industrial age roots it is seeking to better harness innovation at the edge. In this session we will explore how the Army is working to encourage emergent innovation and how technology and approaches outside of the DoD might illuminate the way forward. The session will close with some examples from the field.
2:50pm-3:10pm (20m) General
Identity
Judith Spencer (General Services Administration), Mary Ruddy (Meristic, Inc.), John Clippinger (MIT Media Lab Human Dynamics Group)
The promise of Web2.0/Gov2.0 realizing its full impact may be dependent on getting to a concept of citizen-centric identity that works for everyone and enables the promise of “government-as-a platform”.
3:10pm-3:30pm (20m) General
Social Media and Security
Bruce McConnell (U.S. Department of Homeland Security), Rick Wesson (Support Intelligence), Price Floyd (Department of Defense)
Resilient enterprises overcome vulnerabilities and ensure functionality in the face of any threat. What steps can be put in place now to ensure uninterrupted functionality in the face of cyber threats? How might the private sector and the public sector join together to create greater resilience?
4:00pm-4:15pm (15m) General
.Gov Websites That Work
Allan Holmes (nextgov.com)
.Gov can play too! More and more attention is being paid to government websites—everyone is getting in on the game and it is beginning to show. Allan Holmes, Executive Editor of Government Executive magazine, shares his insights on what works and why.
4:15pm-4:45pm (30m) General
Broadband as Platform
Julius Genachowski (Federal Communications Commission ), Kevin Werbach (University of Pennsylvania), Eugene Huang (National Broadband Task Force - Federal Communications Commission )
Julius Genachowski, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is interviewed by Kevin Werbach, University of Pennsylvania business professor and technology analyst.
4:45pm-5:15pm (30m) General
Strategies for Success: Driving Openness, Participation, and Collaboration in a Bureaucratic World
Lena Trudeau (National Academy of Public Administration), David Wennergren (Department of Defense), Michele WeslanderQuaid (Google), Alan Cohn (U.S. Department of Homeland Security )
Leaders in government are recognizing the benefits of technology-enabled collaboration. Join us for a moderated panel session in which you will hear from leaders who are embracing web 2.0 technologies to connect with citizens, engage their stakeholders, and solve their most pressing business problems.
5:15pm-5:45pm (30m) General
Gov 2.0 Summit Wrap-Up
Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Andrew McLaughlin (Executive Office of the President)
TBD
12:30pm-1:30pm (1h)
Break: Lunch - Sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Government Executive Media Group
  • Nextgov
  • Anita Borg Institute
  • Express
  • The Highlands Group
  • The Huffington Post
  • The Washington Post
  • Who Runs Gov
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  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Microsoft
  • ESRI
  • Google
  • HP
  • Intel
  • Palantir Technologies
  • EffectiveUI
  • ForeSee Results
  • SharedBook
  • Adobe Systems, Inc.
  • Aquilent
  • JackBe
  • Salesforce.com
  • Sapient
  • Survey Analytics
  • Synteractive
  • Touchstone
  • Case Foundation
  • Government Executive Media Group
  • Nextgov

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