Susie Adams Microsoft Federal CTO

Susie Adams, Microsoft Federal CTO, to Serve as Panelist During Potomac Officers Club’s Secure IT Modernization in Today’s Environment Virtual Event

Susie Adams, chief technology officer of Microsoft‘s federal arm, will serve on the expert panel during Potomac Officers Club’s Secure IT Modernization in Today’s Environment Virtual Event on August 26th. Click here to register for the Secure IT Modernization in Today’s Environment Virtual Event.

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Adams has more than 30 years of IT experience. She joined Microsoft in 1999 and has held several leadership positions in Microsoft including the director of the Microsoft Reston Virginia Technology Center and most recently the CTO of the Federal Civilian Business.

Prior to joining Microsoft, she spent 16 years in the consulting arena working with customers in both the commercial and government sectors. Adams has held a variety of management and leadership roles including practice manager, systems analyst and software developer.

During the event, Adams will address the integration and expansion of 5G and other emerging technologies; adaptation to a “new normal,” such as teleworking and reentry; and how leaders and businesses can use mission software factories to their advantage.

Tom Afferton, Northrop Grumman VP, will moderate the panel. Adams will be joined by Paul Girardi, assistant vice president of Cybersecurity with AT&T Public Sector. The event will also host Michael Mestrovich, principal deputy chief information officer for the U.S. Department of State (DoS), who will serve as a keynote speaker.

Register for  Potomac Officers Club’s Secure IT Modernization in Today’s Environment Virtual event to learn more about how to evolve and adapt quickly in crisis to ensure global accessibility and connectivity.

Click here to register for the Secure IT Modernization in Today’s Environment Virtual Event on August 26th.

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