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Government 2.0 has emerged as the key buzzword of 2009 in Federal IT, and we are proud to present five of the foremost authorities on the subject as our featured panelists over breakfast on April 27 at the Tower Club. Technology has given citizens unprecedented access to information and interaction with government officials. Hear our panel analyze and debate changes and trends, policies and technologies, and the latest innovations that can enhance the responsiveness and influence of government, and learn what the opportunities are for firms in this region to assist government agencies in this revolutionary new era.

Agenda

 7:15 AM – 8:00 AM  Coffee and Networking
 8:00 AM – 9:15 AM  Panel Discussion over Breakfast
 9:15 AM – 9:45 AM  Networking

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Moderator
 
     
 
Chris Dorobek Chris Dorobek
Anchor
Federal News Radio

Christopher J. Dorobek is the co-anchor of Federal News Radio 1500 AM's afternoon drive program, The Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, managing editor of FederalNewsRadio.com, and the founder, publisher and editor of the DorobekInsider.com, a leading blog for the Federal IT community. More

 
     
     
 
Panelists
 
     
 
Dr. Mark Drapeau Dr. Mark Drapeau
Associate Research Fellow
National Defense University

Dr. Mark Drapeau is a biological scientist, government consultant, and published writer whose work has appeared in publications ranging from popular blogs, to scientific journals, military publications, and newspapers such as the Washington Times and the New York Times. More

 
     
 
Dan Mintz Dan Mintz
Chief Technology Officer (Former CIO US Department of Transportation)
Computer Sciences Corporation

Dan Mintz is the former CIO of the US Department of Transportstion and currently serves as CTO for CSC’s Civil & Health Services Group where he is responsible for ensuring the right combination of technology and services are brought to bear in support of the mission critical requirements of CSC’s key government customers.

 
     
 
Molly O'Neill
Molly O'Neill

Former CIO
Environmental Protection Agency

Molly O’Neill is the former Assistant Administrator for the Office of Environmental Information and the Chief Information Officer of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where she was responsible for establishing an innovative center of excellence that advances the creation, management, and use of information as a strategic resource at EPA.

 
     
 
Lewis Shepherd Lewis Shepherd
Chief Technology Officer
Microsoft Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments

Lewis Shepherd is the Chief Technology Officer of Microsoft’s Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments, based in Washington DC. The Institute's purpose is to bring Microsoft's world-leading advanced research and development activities to solve intractable problems for the global public sector. More