The 2013 HP Government Software Summit will be held 16 and 17 April in Washington DC, at the Ronald Reagan Building. I've been working closely with the HP team and the many awesome speakers lined up for this summit and have never been more pleased with how an event is shaping up. Attendees at this years event will have a great opportunity to interact with other professionals from across the federal government to discuss topics like optimization of current enterprise IT to ensure mission support. And the many sponsors of the event will come with fantastic demos designed to show how to get things done fast, with maximum return on investment for your IT spend.
Here is more from the website at: http://www.hpsoftwaregovsummit.com/
HP Government Summit
Balancing Innovation and Risk on a Budget
HP Government Summit 2013
Tuesday, April 16, 7:00am to 4:15pm
Wednesday, April 17, 7:00am to 1:00pm
Ronald Reagan Building
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20004
Taking on the Sequester requires the right IT solutions.
IT is both a target and a powerful response to beltway budget cutting.
Learn why at our 4/16 - 4/17 event. There's no fee and it's right here in DC.
Innovation on a Budget!
HP Software is excited to be hosting its 3rd annual HP Software Government Summit. Join our invited government executive speakers and technology experts as they discuss how your agency can better leverage existing IT investments, countering the Sequester and other cost-cutting initiatives.
Keynote speakers announced
Admiral Michael Mullen, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. Navy, Jeffrey C. Johnson, CTO, FBI, and Dave Wennergren, Asst. Deputy Chief Management Officer, DoD, to deliver keynote addresses.
This event is complimentary for all government employees. However, due to space limitation, registration is required.
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