The purpose of this workshop is to provide senior-level executives with a framework and set of actionable steps to understand and assess the data maturity of their organization. By leveraging the Federal Government Data Maturity Model (FGDMM), attendees will engage in “hands-on” exercises to articulate a data strategy and roadmap for their agency.
At this workshop, you will hear from a number of industry leaders as they share their experiences with Data Strategy and Management, including:
Kevin Fleet, Vice President, Informatica
Kevin Fleet is Vice President of the Professional Services organization at Informatica. In this role, Kevin has global delivery responsibility for Informatica’s customer adoption services program. Kevin’s team is focused on ensuring Informatica’s most strategic subscription customers quickly realize value from their investment, which is achieved by leveraging his group’s unparalleled experience, industry-leading best practices, and world-class solution delivery capabilities.
Tom Sasala, Chief Data Officer, U.S. Army
As the U.S. Army Chief Data Officer, Tom Sasala is responsible for ensuring the interoperability and supportability of the Army’s Information Technology Architectures and leading the planning, development, and implementation of the Army’s Enterprise Architecture.
Dr. Caryl Bryzmialkiewicz, Chief Data Officer, Inspector General, Department of Health and Human Services
As the first Chief Data Officer for the Office of Inspector General (OIG) within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Caryl is establishing an office focused on providing more and better access to data and analytics to support OIG’s mission.
Andrea Norris, Chief Information Officer, National Institutes of Health
Ms. Norris serves as the Director, Center for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the National Institutes of Health. As the NIH CIO, she provides oversight of NIH’s $1 billion IT portfolio that supports scientific research and discovery.
Anne Levine, Acting CDO, Office of Economics and Analytics, FCC
If your agency is just getting started, or if your organization has a strategy, but is struggling to prioritize which areas to focus on first, this workshop is designed to help work through these opportunities. Utilizing real world examples from federal leaders responsible for managing data strategies and programs for their organization, this workshop is designed to be actionable with key insights for you to take back to your agency.
By attending this workshop, you will be able to:
• Assess the maturity of your organization’s data maturity
• Create a draft of a data strategy (with guiding principles)
• Begin to articulate a data management/strategy roadmap
• Discuss approaches to prioritizing data initiatives in pursuit of fulfilling your mission objectives
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