The Potomac Officers Club Adds Two Keynote Speakers to 2018 Digital Transformation Forum

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 13, 2017 – The Potomac Officers Club — a division of Executive Mosaic — has added two keynote speakers to the Digital Transformation in the Federal Government Forum: David Bray (PCI) and Traci Walker (U.S. Digital Services).

Join the Potomac Officers Club for the 2017 Digital Transformation in the Federal Government Forum, to be held on February 28th, to gain insights from public and private sector leaders on current programs and priorities for federal IT modernization.

As technological capabilities rapidly advance, the federal government will need to be able to keep pace with new and innovative uses of information technologies. Our speakers will discuss IT modernization, the American Technology Council, and IT acquisition reforms.

“The Potomac Officers Club is looking forward to hosting the Digital Transformation in the Federal Government Forum,” said Jim Garrettson, President and CEO of Executive Mosaic. “The importance of various technological initiatives, such as federal IT modernization and IT acquisition reform, cannot be overstated. At the Digital Transformation in the Federal Government Forum, attendees will get to hear from industry and government leaders about what the federal government is doing to implement digital transformations across multiple agencies.”

The Forum will be held on Wednesday, February 28th at 2941 Restaurant at 2941 Fairview Park Drive, Falls Church, VA.

David Bray, Executive Director of People Centered Internet (PCI)



Traci Walker, Lead Contracting Officer of U.S. Digital Services




Click here to register for this event.

Sara McGraw
(703) 226-7005

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