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Thursday, March 3, 2009

7th SOA for E-Government Conference

On April 28, 2009, Mitre will be holding its biannual SOA for E-Government Conference. This conference is one of the region’s premier opportunity for federal managers and MITRE Subject Matter Experts to network with fellow technology and business leaders. This edition will focus on the development of practical approaches to initiating and utilizing SOA across the government. The agenda includes:

  • Mr. John Shea, DoD Office of the CIO, IP&I – Title: SOA – Where is the Federal Government Now?
  • Dave Mayo, IAC EA-SIG and Everware-CBDI – Title: Government Transformation: Service Oriented Government
  • Ajay Budhraja, Deputy CIO, U.S. Department of Labor – Title: Enterprise SOA Strategy, Planning and Operations with Agile Techniques, Virtualization and Cloud Computing
  • Teri Li Hoffman-Boswell (MITRE) and Dr. Glen White (DoD) Chief Engineer, Net-Centric Enterprise Services (NCES), DISA – Title: Delivering Core Enterprise Services to the DoD and IC Communities
  • H. Kong and I. Chang (MITRE) – Title: AF SOA ESB C4I Integration Case Study
  • Michael Clark, CIV, GCSS-AF Outreach; Harvey Reed (MITRE) – Title: Global Combat Support Systems-Air Force: Foundations of an SOE
  • Sharon Orser Jackson (MITRE) and Captain Edward Wagner – Title: DCGS SOA Case Study
  • Dr. Mohamed Hussein (MITRE) – Title: Evolutionary Strategies for the Development of a SOA-Enabled USMC Enterprise

This event is open to government personnel and contractors. Registration is required (https://www.mitre.org/register/soa/) and is limited to 250 people attending in person.

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9 years ago

Sri

Sounds interesting and Informative. I hope this conference would have been held in an excellent way. By the way I had been part of a Computing Conference in 2009. It was also great.

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9 years ago

Greeku

Nice Post

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