IT Innovation in the New Era of Government

Segment 1: Motivations and drivers to find efficiencies via technology

wfedstaff | April 17, 2015 4:15 pm

The growing challenges faced by government agencies today demand a new way of managing existing IT assets while accelerating the adoption of disruptive technologies such as Cloud and Mobility to drive increased efficiencies. How can the government continue to provide services and support the mission in this new era? Hear CIO’s from EPA, HUD and the Census Bureau talk with Unisys about the key things they are doing to navigate the change in their IT organizations:

  • Current IT Assets – how to best to leverage and modernize them
  • New technologies and IT services models – driving innovation through technology and end user services (government workers and citizens)
  • Information and support for the worker -how to enhance their experience to help them have access to actionable information faster and enable continuous innovation

Moderator: Francis Rose – Host of In Depth, Federal News Radio


Peter Gallagher – – Group Vice President, Portfolio Solutions, Unisys, Federal Systems
Jerry Williams-Chief Information Officer, Department of Housing and Urban Development
Malcolm Jackson – Chief Information Officer and Assistant Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency
Brian McGrath – Associate Director for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Census Bureau

Segment #1: Motivations and drivers to find efficiencies via technology

Segment #2: Practical Examples of what/how your agency modernized

Segment #3: Benefits innovation has brought your agency and employees