The General Services Administration’s annual IRMCO conference is just around the corner and two of its key panel discussions will focus on cloud computing.
IRMCO will be held March 15-16 at the Kellogg Conference Center and Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Day two will open with a CIO roundtable on implementing the 25-Point IT Plan laid out by the Obama administration last year. (Cloud computing is a major component of that plan.) The discussion will be led by Federal CIO Vivek Kundra and panelists include:
- Chris Smith, CIO, USDA
- Bernie Mazer, CIO, Interior
- Darren Ash, Deputy Director for Corporate Management, Office of the Executive Director, NRC
- Henry Sienkiewicz, CIO, DISA
The two-day conference will then finish with a panel on data center consolidation and the cloud-first policy implemented by OMB in 2010. The panel will be led by GSA’s Steve Kempf, commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service.
- Katie Lewin, Director, Cloud Computing Program, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, GSA
- Kevin Kampschroer, Director, Office of Federal High -Performance Green Buildings, GSA
- Richard Spires, CIO, DHS
- Jerry Williams, CIO, HUD
The Fed Cloud Blog will bring you the latest from the conference next week!