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Shows & Panels
Work is Something You Do, Not Somewhere You Go: The Case for Telework
Friday - 11/12/2010, 6:20pm EST
Work is something you do, not someplace you go. Federal Agencies are looking at Telework as a way to lower the cost of government, attract and retain top talent, enable emergency readiness plans, lower their carbon footprint, and take advantage of technology improvements to work more efficiently.
The current administration recognizes the opportunity to leverage telework to solve some of the government's greatest challenges, and has long championed the economic and social benefits of telework expansion.
FedsTelework, a FedScoop production, is pleased to bring you a panel discussion with Government IT leaders including Bill Piatt from GSA and Pamela Budda from DOD to discuss telework solutions in the federal government.
Nigel Ballard - Director Federal Marketing, Intel
Christina Morrison - Manager, Government Marketing, Hewlett-Packard, Personal Systems Group
Susie Adams - Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Federal
Pam Budda - Program Manager,Work/Life Programs and Telework Coordinator, Department of Defense Civilian Personnel Management Service
Bill Piatt - Special Advisor to the Administrator of the General Services Administration
Moderator: Chris Dorobek
About the Panel:
Director Federal Marketing
He was awarded the Homeland Defense Journal's top award in 2006 for his wireless technology and leadership skills during the Katrina disaster. He was also named one of America's top 100 technology leaders by Federal Computer Weekly.
Prior to joining Intel, Nigel spent twenty years in the wireless arena, consulting with Fortune 100 companies on wireless investments and consumer product marketing. He authored the wireless framework for Portland's citywide network cloud RFP. Nigel worked on the development and feature design of the Palm Pilot for Donna Dubinsky and went on to work with Sony Japan on handheld communicators. Before moving to the USA in 2000, he managed Bluetooth globally for Cap Gemini.
His career passions are delivering innovative and integrated marketing campaigns, Workforce Mobility, Social Media and following the consumer zeitgeist. He owns many musical instruments yet cannot play any of them!
Manager, Government Marketing<
Personal Systems Group
Chief Technology Officer
Susie Adams is the Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft Federal's Civilian business. She has over 25 years experience in IT and Computer Science and has held numerous leadership positions at Microsoft as well as several Washington area IT consulting organizations. In her present role she is responsible for managing all technical planning and IT decisions for a $600 million dollar business. Susie is noted for her leadership in starting up Microsoft's Technology Center for the Washington DC region and is an accomplished author on the topics of IT Integration and Web development. Her most recent a book is on the development of Office Business Applications. Susie is a graduate George Mason University.
Department of Defense Civilian Personnel Management Service
Ms. Budda received a BS Degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin and a Masters Degree in Education from Boston University. She completed four years of active Army service as a Behavioral Science Specialist.
Special Advisor to the Administrator of the General Services Administration
He has had a long career in both information technology and international development, in both the public and private sectors. His background includes CIO positions at IFC, GSA & the Peace Corps. He held senior management positions at CGI, Unisys and the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. Additionally, he served as Peace Corps Country Director in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Togo.
He directly led the team that created the USG's first government-wide eGov portal, now called USA.gov. He introduced the widespread application of Internet technologies to the teaching of English & Environmental studies in the Czech Republic & Slovakia. He has consulted on government eStrategy development for countries as diverse as South Korea, Indonesia & Canada. He also led the implementation team for one of USAID's largest private sector development initiatives, covering 26 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
He holds an MBA from Duke University, a BA from the Univeristy of Memphis and a CIO Certificate from the National Defense University.