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CIA CIO Juliane Gallina to Serve as Keynote Speaker for Potomac Officers Club’s CIO Forum 2020 on Jan. 23rd

Jeff Brody
Juliane Gallina, CIO of the CIA

Juliane Gallina, chief information officer of the CIA, will be featured as a keynote speaker during Potomac Officers Club’s CIO Forum 2020 on Thursday, Jan. 23rd.

Click here to register for POC’s CIO Forum 2020.

Gallina also serves as the director of the Information Technology Enterprise. She is responsible for all IT systems and personnel for U.S. federal agencies, as well as its global communications network.

She plays a leading role in CIA’s growing partnerships with industry and ensuring that the Agency harnesses rapidly evolving digital technology to advance the mission.

Join Potomac Officers Club to hear the latest priorities, initiatives and challenges that are facing CIOs from across the government and industry during the CIO Forum 2020.

Mark Andress, CIO of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, will also be featured as a keynote speaker alongside Gallina. POC will also provide an expert panel of top GovCon executives, including Nand Mulchandani of the U.S. Department of Defense, Erin Hawley of DataRobot and Jim McLaughlin of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Bob Schumm of the Oracle Corporation – National Security Group will serve as the panel’s moderator.

In today’s fast-changing business landscape, CIOs have the daunting task of staying ahead of the curve in digital innovation and information technology. A CIO’s leadership is pivotal for a top company in the industry to implement an effective business strategy, drive growth in a competitive market and build a strong culture to support innovation.

Don’t miss the chance to learn about how CIOs drive success and innovation in an ever changing landscape. Register here for Thursday’s CIO Forum 2020 before it’s too late.

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