ArchitectureGOV 2008


The GTRA ArchitectureGOV Symposium brings government executives together to discuss the latest trends, forward-thinking strategies, cutting-edge technologies, and best practices relative to Enterprise Architecture, Information Sharing, SOA, IT Governance and other Lines of Business. The new curriculum agenda is targeted at government IT and business executives, providing CEAs, CIOs, CTOs, CFOs, CISOs, and PMs the collaboration medium critical to working together.

 


 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

  • Kshmendra Paul, Chief Architect, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Executive Office of the President - EA: The Next Generation
  • Marlene Howze, Chief Enterprise Architect, EA Program Manager, Labor - DOL Enterprise Architecture Program
  • Colleen Coggins, Chief Architect, Interior / Kanul Suryavanshi, HR Lines of Business, OPM / Marlene Howze, Chief Enterprise Architect, EA Program Manager, Labor / John Teeter, Chief Enterprise Architect, HHS - Next Generation Federal Segment Architecture Guidance Initiative
  • Ira Grossman, Chairman, Chief Architects Forum, Federal CIO Council / Kshemendra Paul, Chief Architect, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Executive Ofice of the President / Richard "Dick" Burk, Former Federfal Enterprise Architect Program Chief, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget / Sharon Fratta-Hill, Ph.D., Dean of Information Technology, Graduate School, USDA -Getting the Business Side of Your Agency to Understand EA
  • Con Kenney, Chief Enterprise Architect, FAA / Matt Newman, Professor of Systems Management, NDU - Federalism as Construct for EA in the Department of Defense and Federal Aviation Authority

 


 

FEATURED PRESENTATIONS:

  • Dr. Ron Ross, Senior Computer Scientist, Computer Science Division, NIST / Dr. Scott Bernard, Deputy CIO, Federal Railroad Administration, Transportation - Updating the FEA Security & Privacy Profile
  • Neal Lohmann, Vice President, Business Architecture, MetLife - Business Architecture: The Foundation of Enterprise Architecture
  • Richard Tucker, General Manager, Project Management Solutions, KENROB - CPIC and EVM - Fitting an Elephant Through a Keyhole
  • Debra McKeldin, Chief Enterprise Architect, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, HHS / John Teeter, Chief Enterprise Architect, HHS - Case Study: CMS' Use of BPM as Key to Business Architecture Transformation and Investment Decisions 

 


 

INFORMATION SHARING TRACK:

Moderators - Adrian Gardner, Chief Information Officer, National Weather Service / Dr. Suzanne Acar, Senior Information Architect, Interior

  • Jeremy Warren, Chief Technology Officer, Justice / Dr. Clark Smith, Director, Technology Division, PM-ISE, DNI / Dr. Barry Brown, Deputy Director, Enterprise Systems Engineer, Customs and Border Patrol, DHS / Gary Van Horn, Assistant Director, Office of Law Enforcement and Security, Interior -Information Sharing for National Security
  • Mary McCaffery, Senior Advisor and Assistant Administrator, EPA / Rob Dollison, Program Manager, Geospatial One-Stop - Government-to-Government Information Sharing
  • Larry Warren, Chief of IT Portfolio Management, Recreation One-Stop / John Teeter, Chief Enterprise Architect, HHS / Ylanda Ford, Chief Architect, Department of Housing and Urban Development, HUD/OCIO/EA - Government-to-Citizen Information Sharing

 


 

STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGES:

  • Michael Schievelbein, Enterprise Architect, Mineral Revenue Management Office, Interior - Grassroot Segmented Architecture Via the DOI MBT
  • Ira Grossman, Chair, Chief Architects Forum, Federal CIO Council - Licensing: The Elephant in the Room
  • John Sullivan, Chief Enterprise Architect, Associate Director, EPA - Governing an Architecture that Expands Your Enterprise Boundaries
  • Michael McFarren, Senior Principal, Information Systems Engineer, MITRE - Analytical Architecting: Converting Museum Curators to High Value Analysts
  • George Welles, Vice Chair, Advisory Group, Computer Science & Engineering Department, University of Minnesota - The Green Revolution: What It Means to You
  • Paul Wormeli, Chairman, Communication and Outreach Program, NIEM / Thomas O'Reilly, Director of Outreach, NIEM - National Information Exchange Model: A New Paradigm for Cross-Agency and Cross-Jurisdiction Information Exchange Standards
  • Sue Davaro, Client Relations Director, GSA - GSA's Acquisition Solutions for IT Management
  • Dr. James Ransome, CISSP, CISM, Senior Director, Secure Unified Wireless and Mobility Solutions, Corporate Security Programs & Global Government Solutions, Cisco Systems, Inc. - Architecting Secure Unified Wireless and Mobility Solutions for Government
  • Dave McComb, President, Semantic Arts - Semantic-Based SOA

 


 

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS:

  • Richard "Dick" Burk, Former Federal Enterprise Architect Program Chief, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget - How Do I Make My EA Operational?
  • Bob Daniel, Chief Technology Officer, Government Sector, Troux Technologies - Agency Transformation: Taming the Complexities with Troux eaGov

 


 

BOARDROOM MEETINGS:

  • Cisco Systems - Architecting Secure, Unified Wireless and Mobility Solutions for Government 
  • Citizant - Government-Industry Partnerships for EA Excellence
  • ConsultNet - The Government Technology Talent Crisis
  • eGlobalTech - SOA-Driven Segment Architecture Development
  • Fortify Software - Implementing a Secure Development Life Cycle
  • IONA Technologies - Adopting a New Paradigm Using Open Source and SOA
  • IronKey - Continuity of Operations Through Security
  • Mega - Howto Make Your EA Operational
  • Project Performance Corporation - Enterprise Infrastructure / Green IT Planning Using EA Techniques
  • Telelogic - If Not EA, Then What?
  • Troux Technologies - Accelerating Business Transformation for Government Agencies

 


 

 

 


 


 


 

 

June 22 - 24, 2008

The Hershey Resort, PA