Symposium on Big Data for Government Announced

This outstanding training symposium brings together the key government and industry experts who are shaping the direction of big data research and development across the Federal Government. They will provide you with an in-depth unbiased understanding of Federal agency strategy and plans, the status and forecast for key big data initiatives, and the latest tools and technologies being developed to exploit the massive amounts of information being collected at the Federal level and much more.

The symposium will feature over 25 leading expert speakers from United States Government organizations including Dr. Mark Luker, Associate Director, National Coordination Office of Networking and Information Technology Research and Development, Dr. Sastry Pantula, Director, Division of Mathematical Sciences, National Science Foundation, Dr. Sasi K. Pillay, Chief Technology Officer, NASA, Ms. Susie Adams, Vice President, Federal Sector Microsoft, Mr. Greg Elin, Chief Data Office, FCC and Mr. Michael Simcock, Chief Data Architect, DHS.   The Symposium will have a special focus on Implementing Big Data in the Cloud presented by Mr. Kevin Jackson, Vice President, Cloud Services, NJVC, Dr. Nancy Grady, Technical Fellow, Homeland and Civilian Solutions, SAIC.  Speakers from Homeland Security, Defense, Intelligence, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, NASA, and NSF, industry and other government organizations will discuss how big data is rapidly spurring scientific discovery and innovation.

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Date: Feb 19, 2013