In Case You Missed: Potomac Officers Club Hosts CIO Forum on April 7th; Featuring Juliane Gallina, David Shive, Mark Andress as Keynote Speakers

Potomac Officers Club (POC), the leading membership organization dedicated to connecting and empowering executives within the government contracting (GovCon) community, hosted its CIO Forum 2021 on Wednesday, April 7th.

If you missed the 2nd Annual CIO Forum, you can still access the OnDemand footage by visiting Potomac Officers Club’s Event Archive.

The CIO Forum showcased the most notable and significant leaders in our industry to discuss the latest priorities, initiatives and challenges CIOs will work to solve moving forward, and address the ways we can work together to build a culture of innovation together.

Juliane Gallina, CIO of the CIA and 2021 Wash100 Award recipient was featured as the opening keynote speaker at the forum. David Shive, CIO of the General Services Administration (GSA) and Mark Andress, CIO of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) also acted as keynote speakers during the forum.

POC’s second annual CIO Forum also featured two full expert panels to discuss the challenging modernization efforts being made across the federal agencies of the U.S. government as cloud, cybersecurity, information technology, data, artificial intelligence and machine learning have been top priorities for CIOs in order to maintain a competitive edge.

To hear the speeches and insightful conversations regarding our federal sector and the challenges that CIOs across are addressing in 2021 and beyond is necessary for anyone hoping to be up to date on the latest initiatives and news breaking in the federal landscape.

Visit PotomacOfficersClub.com and GovConWire Events to learn more about our upcoming events (both virtual and in-person), and check out the Potomac Officers Club’s Event Archive to watch the 2021 CIO Forum if you missed it on Wednesday, April 7th.

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