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FedTalks is the largest annual gathering of the top leaders from the tech and government IT communities. In our 5th Annual gathering over 1,500 of the most influential leaders from gov, tech and politics will come together from across the country in Washington, D.C. for one day to discuss how technology and people can change government and our communities.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015  •  Andrew Mellon Auditorium, Washington, DC

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This year's speakers will include:
 
Tony
Scott*
U.S. CIO, Executive Office of the President
 
Megan
Smith*
CTO, Executive Office of the President
 
Denise Turner
Roth
Administrator, GSA
 
Anne
Rung*
Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, OMB, Executive Office of the President
 
Frank
Baitman
CIO, HHS
 
Marty
Beard
COO, BlackBerry
 
Janet
Schijns
VP & MarTech Chief, Verizon Enterprise Solutions
 
Chris
Neff
Chief Marketing Officer, NIC

* Pending Agency Approval

Past FedTalks speakers have included:
 
Todd
Park
U.S. CTO (2012-2014), Executive Office of the President
 
Aneesh
Chopra
U.S. CTO (2009-2012), Executive Office of the President
 
Steven
VanRoekel
U.S. CIO (2011-2014), Executive Office of the President
 
Vivek
Kundra
U.S. CIO (2009-2011), Executive Office of the President
 
Michael
Daniel
Cybersecurity Coordinator, Executive Office of the President
 
Terry
Halvorsen
CIO, Department of Defense
 
Hadi
Partovi
Founder & President, Code.org
 
Ben
Fried
CIO, Google
 
Kim
Stevenson
CIO, Intel
 
Dr. Patrick
Dowd
Chief Technical Officer, NSA
 
Lt. Gen. Ronnie
Hawkins, Jr
Director, DISA
 
Craig
Newmark
Founder, Craigslist
 
Stephen
Warren
CIO, Dept. of Veterans Affairs
 
George
Takei
Actor
 
Mark
Warner
Senator, Commonwealth of Virginia
 
David
Bray
CIO, FCC
 
Arianna
Huffington
Founder, The Huffington Post
 
Bryan
Sivak
CTO, HHS
 
Chris
Wolf
CTO, Americas, VMware
 
Sonny
Bhagowalia
CIO, Dept. of Treasury
 
Teri
Takai
CIO (2010-2014), Department of Defense
 
Robert
Stephens
Founder, Geek Squad
 
Teresa
Carlson
VP Global Public Sector, Amazon Web Services
 
Terry
Kline
CIO, General Motors