GovCon Wire Events, the leading membership organization dedicated to connecting and empowering executives within the government contracting (GovCon) community, hosted its Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum on Thursday, June 17th.
The Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum showcased notable leaders discussing the Army’s information technology reform, strategies and priorities, as well as technology management and transformation.
Dr. Raj G. Iyer, chief information officer for the U.S. Army, delivered the Forum’s keynote address. He discussed new concepts of operations and organizations aimed at incorporating innovative information technology (IT) technology to support the Army’s mission.
The Forum’s keynote address and meaningful panel discussion on the Army’s network modernization strategy and innovative new capabilities are necessary listenings for anyone aiming to be up to date on the latest initiatives and breaking news in the defense sector.
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Dr. Raj G. Iyer, chief information officer for the U.S. Army, will deliver the Forum’s keynote address. He will discuss development efforts of new capabilities and truncated legacy programs, essential for enhanced operations and Army organization concepts.
Shawn Barnes, acting assistant secretary of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition and Integration, will deliver the Forum’s keynote address. He will discuss the importance of integrated space architecture and the importance of synchronization and integration for space capabilities.