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Potomac Officers Club to Present Federal Cloud Computing Event in December

POClogoOn December 5, the Potomac Officers Club will present its next “headline speakers on headline topics” interactive breakfast,  its last event of 2013.

The symposium’s topic will be “Federal Cloud Computing Thought Leaders, ” and the organization has lined up an impressive group of cloud speakers to present to the executive-only crowd.

Some of POC’s most recent thought leaders who have spoken at events include DoD’s Robert Hale and Frank Kendall who presented at the Post-Sequestration Summit in May and Teri Takai who spoke just last month.

In July, POC held the “Secure Mobility in the BYOD Workplace which included a group of thought leaders made-up of Casey Coleman, Michael Krieger and Mike Janke.

The upcoming cloud summit has three booked speakers with more possible as we get closer to the date. Confirmed presenters include:Speakers

  • David L. McClure, Associate Administrator of the General Services Administration Office of Citizen Services and Communication
  • Michele R. Weslander-Quaid, Federal CTO and Innovation Evangelist for Google
  • John Pescatore,  Director of Emerging Security Trends at SANS

“Many GovCon companies have cloud focused initiatives and we are happy we can provide a forum where they can talk directly with government and industry leaders about the issues surrounding this rapidly developing technology, ” said Julia Fanning, Executive Mosaic speaker & event coordinator.

CloudIT“Speakers jump at the opportunity to present at our events because some of the most powerful people in the industry will listen and engage with them, ” she added.

As part of the event, speakers will review the program goals and benefits of FedRAMP and other cloud initiatives across the Federal government, the changing role of the CIO and what is next in cloud computing.

The breakfast event will take place at 2941 Restaurant in Falls Church, Va. on December 5 from 7- 9:45 A.M.

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