ACT-IAC Welcomes

ACT-IAC Welcomes

ACT-IAC General Membership Meeting April 26, 2018 Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Welcome and Chair Remarks Mitzi Mead IAC Executive Chair Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Agenda Welcome & Chairs Remarks Volunteer Recognition Professional Development Update

Communities of Interest Update Igniting Innovations Awards and Showcase Update Small Business Alliance Update Program Discussion Jason Gray, Chief Information Officer, Department of Education Networking Reception Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration

3 ACT-IAC Welcomes New Member Companies 3KPC, Inc. Abeyon, llc Acquisition Workforce, Inc. Allegiance Government Relocation

Alpha Omega Integration Anika Systems, Inc. Aventurine Technologies, Inc. Black Turtle Services Bytecubed Chenega Analytic Business Solutions Cicero Group Clarke Sales Consulting Cognizant

Columbus Technologies and Services, Inc. CrossCut CVP Dataguise EKIN Solutions, Inc. Evans Incorporated ExpediteInfoTech, Inc. FoxGuard Solutions, Inc. Fusion Applied Global Commerce & Information, Inc. HORUS Technology Solutions, Inc. Illumio IndigoIT, LLC Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 4 ACT-IAC Welcomes New Member Companies

Inflexion LLC Innovim Defense Services Kreative Corporation KSM Consulting Manning Outcomes MBL Technologies MicroTech OneSpring, LLC

OROCK Technologies, Inc. Polster Consulting LLC Redhorse Corporation Renaissance Strategic Advisors Secure Insights Senryo Technologies V! Studios Vertex, Inc. Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 5 May 16th Membership Meeting: IAC Executive Committee Candidates Forum Executive Vice Chair (1 position) Tim Smith, President and CEO, OnPoint Paul Strasser, Executive Vice President, DSA Vice Chair for Finance (1 position) *Sundar Vaidyanathan, Co-Founder & CEO, Karsun Solutions Vice Chair at Large (top 4 vote getters will be elected)

Jonathan Alboum, Chief Technology Officer, US Public Sector, Veritas Technologies LLC Kathy Conrad, Director, Digital Government, Accenture Federal Services Jackie Everett, USPS Civilian Sales Leader, DXC Jeff Mohan, Senior Director, Robbins-Gioia Kim Pack, Vice President, Wolf Den Associates Scott Thatcher, Chief Operating Officer, Regulated Industries, SAP Public Services Mark Valcich, Business Development Director, Intel Corporation Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration Upcoming Events May 11th Igniting Innovation 2018 Conference and Awards May 16th ACT-IAC General Membership Meeting May 18th MOVE: Forward 2018 Voyagers Graduation May 22nd 2018 CX Summit June 5th Federal Insights Exchange Session featuring DHS June 19th 2018 EIS Forum Network Modernization

June 27th Federal Insights Exchange Session featuring Department Commerce July 11th Federal Insights Exchange Session DHS Dr. John Zangardi July 18th 2018 Internet of Things Forum July 24th Small Business Alliance: Federal IT Modernization & Small Business September 26th ACT-IAC General Membership Meeting October 14-17th IMAGINE NATION ELC 2018 For Event Descriptions and registration, visit www.actiac.org Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 7 Opportunities for Engagement for ACT Members Government to Government (G2G) G2G CIO/CXO Roundtable G2G Government-wide Open Discussion (Mid-Upper level Managers, PMs, Practitioners)

May 15, 2018 June 5, 2018 8:00AM 10:00AM GSA, 1800 F St NW, DC 8:00AM 10:00AM AIA, 1735 New York Avenue, NW, DC Featured Topic: Presidents Management Agenda (PMA) Featured Topic: Presidents Management Agenda (PMA); Two Key Drivers (Workforce Transformation and IT Modernization) Facilitator: Maria Roat, SBA CIO Facilitators and Panelist: Former Government Executives and current Government Leaders

Candid open discussions, Off the record, no fee Key Leaders in government share common challenges, risk and strategies to succeed Managing the federal workforce in a Shared Services environment; Open idea exchange in IT Modernization, leveraging TBM/MGT ACT funds Or your own Working Capital Fund (WCF). Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 2018 2020 STRATEGIC PLAN | CORE PURPOSE, AUDIENCES & STRATEGIES ACT-IAC Value Senior technology leaders (CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, etc.) & mission program managers Senior CXOs and other leaders acquiring & using technology Digital services leaders DOD mission support

ACT-IAC Community Education Education Leadership Leadership Collaboration Collaboration Government Engagement Priorities A safe haven for collaboration and the only place where government and industry work together as true partners towards a shared vision of a more effective, efficient & innovative government Industry Engagement Priorities

CORE PURPOSE Advance U.S. government mission success through the use of technology by enabling and leveraging government and industry collaboration Senior corporate leaders Thought leaders and subject matter experts Professional service Firms Product companies Leading and emerging tech firms in software and SaaS Core Beliefs The value of technology is measured by its contribution to mission outcomes Collaboration produces better solutions and innovative strategies

The nation succeeds when government & industry work together 13,000 people 6,000 in government Most Federal agencies 400 companies Six Strategic Priorities Make the Executive Leadership Conference the premiere event in the government technology arena Align existing Develop a focused Enhance mission offerings around and valuable

outcomes beginning mission success and engagement program with healthcare and the needs of senior for Senior homeland security & government Government public safety executives Executives Advancing Government through Education, Leadership Develop a targeted campaign to identify and recruit additional product, cloud, and SaaS industry providers and Collaboration

Implement a hightouch outreach & marketing program to senior government and industry leaders Volunteer Recognition Volunteers make a difference through their dedication and continued support to make all ACT-IAC events meaningful and successful. Thank you to our valued volunteers for your time, ideas, input, enthusiasm and support. Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Cloud Working Group Mark Busby, National Archives and Records Administration Frank Hellwig, Buchanan & Edwards Don Hewatt, Cloud Migration Paper Cybersecurity Community of Interest Chip Block, Evolver Cyber Insurance Project

Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration IT Modernization & Management Community of Interest David Adkins, Three Wire Systems Harold Affo, Prometheus Computing Kirit Amin, International Trade Commission Lionel Cares, Jr., Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosive (ATF) Kumar Pappu, Swingtech Consulting, Inc.

Michael Preis, IBM Martha Przysucha, VERITAS Simon Szykman, Attain Challenges and Solutions for Small Agency IT Modernization Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration ACT-IAC Marketing and Communications Jeremy Wustner-Brown, General Services Administration Institute for Innovation Duane Blackburn, MITRE Corporation

Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration Professional Development Malcolm Harden IAC Vice Chair at Large Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action 2018 Partners Leadership Government Chair: Ron Thompson, Department of Agriculture Industry Chair: Atacan Donmez, CSRA Government Vice Chair: Karen Maher, Environmental Protection Agency

Government Vice Chair: Kelly Morrison, Office of Management and Budget Industry Vice Chair: Terry Miller, Karsun Solutions Industry Vice Chair: Jeff Shen, Red Team Consulting Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 2018 Partners Class 2018 Government Partners 2018 Industry Partners Jeff Bardwell, Department of Homeland Security Chris Bennethum, General Services Administration Sheena Burrell, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Charles Cornelius, United States Department of Agriculture Bradley Cornell, General Services Administration Jared Houghton, Department of Justice

Theresa Kinney, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Raymond Lewis, General Services Administration Carolyn Meza, General Services Administration Carla Thomas, Department of Homeland Security Cheryl Thornton, General Services Administration Jeremy Wood, Millennium Challenge Corporation Peter Anih, Dynanet Corporation David Bushick, AT&T Global Business Public Sector Solutions Michael Drescher, TCG Inc. Vipin Jain, Optimal Technology Solutions Inc. Jeff Kramer, Reed Technology Raza Latif, NuAxis Innovations Wendy Myers, Suntiva, LLC David Newberry, Leidos Kitty Nix, Three Wire Systems Matt Sexton, Booz Allen Hamilton Serge Shahabian, Unisys Federal Systems Chae Song, Karsun Solutions LLC Sudha Venkateswaran, Pyramid Systems, Inc. Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration

2018 Associates Leadership Government Chair: Sam Navarro, General Services Administration Industry Chair: Kim Pack, Wolf Den Associates Government Vice Chair: Spencer Burns, General Services Administration Government Vice Chair: Cindy Gripper, Department of Homeland Security Industry Vice Chair: Bestey Hutton, Octo Consulting Group

Industry Vice Chair: Yemi Oshinnaiye, Dev Technology Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 2018 Associates Class Tarana Bhatia, Booz Allen Hamilton Othman Bouchareb, Highlight Technologies Kaisha Brown, General Service Administration Jared Cox, Wolf Den Associates Andrew D'Abbraccio, Ventera Corporation Meghan Dalbec, Deloitte Emily Dering, Deloitte Katharine Dhondt, Booz Allen Hamilton Christopher DuGuay, Octo Consulting Group Dennis DuLaney, Booz Allen Hamilton Amanda Finley, U.S. Department of Agriculture Erin Fitzgibbons, Macro Solutions Inc. Theodore Gates, Cisco Systems Anthony Gorga, NuAxis Innovations Liz Gormisky, Deloitte Jasmine Haney, Salient CRGT Natalie Hatchette, Booz Allen Hamilton

Mrunmai Joshi, Leidos Erik Juergensen, Sol Consulting Group LLC Daniel Kim, Dev Technology Ashleigh McGrath, Leidos Garrett Mitchell, Dell EMC Doug Montesano, Booz Allen Hamilton Kara Penny, Phacil Brendan Porter, Leidos Meghan Quinn, Red Team Consulting Andrew Richardson, Leidos Hayley Stanard, ACT-IAC Steven Stotler, Highlight Technologies Dawn Tenia, Phacil Jay Veeramachaneni, Deloitte Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration Upcoming NexUS Events NexUS Leadership Election in May a survey is available online for interested candidates to complete New Leadership will transition in June

NexUS Volunteer Opportunities actively looking for volunteers to represent NexUS on the following committees: Imagine Nation (ELC 2018) Planning ICAM project Institute for Innovation Federal Insights Exchange COI Liaison Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Communities of Interest Update

Rick Holgate Tim Young Vice Chair at Large Vice Chair at Large Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Current COIs Acquisition Customer Experience DevOps Cybersecurity

Emerging Technology Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) Evolving the Workforce IT Management and Modernization Networks and Telecommunications Shared Services

Special Projects Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 26 Several ACT-IAC Communities of Interest (COIs) are seeking nominations for the following positions: (Term July 1, 2018- June 30, 2020) This is a great opportunity for ACT-IAC members to step up to a leadership position in one of our outstanding COIs and make a significant contribution to the COI community and ACT-IAC. ACT-IAC Community of Interest Position(s) Open for Nominations Acquisition Acquisition

Government Chair Industry Vice-Chair Customer Experience Government Vice-Chair Cybersecurity Industry Chair Cybersecurity Government Vice-Chair Cybersecurity Industry Vice-Chair Evolving the Workforce Industry Vice-Chair

IT Management and Modernization Industry Chair IT Management and Modernization Industry Vice-Chair Networks & Telecommunications Industry Chair Networks & Telecommunications Industry Vice-Chair Shared Services Government Vice-Chair Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 27

THANK YOU Questions, contact: Rick Holgate, Executive Committee Co-Lead for COIs [email protected] Tim Young, Executive Committee Co-Lead for COIs [email protected] Nancy Delanoche, Director, Communities of Interests [email protected] Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration Network Modernization Working Group N&T Community of Interest

Tom Cuneo, N&T Industry Chair Jeff Mohan, Network Modernization Working Group Industry Chair Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action The EIS Transition Challenge Scale Challenge Schedule Challenge - 140+ agencies - - 8.9M inventory items - $2.3B annual spend - 7 Networx contracts - 2 WITS3 contracts Contracts expire March/May 2020 105+K inventory items per week 10+ solicitations awarded per week 2 agencies completed per week

2x the volume in half the time - 85 local/regional contracts Acquisition Challenge - Large agencies - 55 Civilian + 108 DoD procurements (2 released) - Medium agencies - 47 procurements - (0 released) - Many agencies intend to release multiple Fair Opportunities Process Challenge - DPA new for network services Task Orders - new Full-Service - gone Central Billing gone Resource Challenge - Experienced telecom Contracting Officers Experienced telecom acquisition experts Experienced transition experts

Proposal capacity - industry Source Selection capacity - agencies Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action 30 Moving Forward Network Modernization EIS - The Good News - Increased competition 10 providers, up from 4 Reduced contracts 92 to 10 Mandatory service prices save 21% vs current Networx prices More flexibility for agencies Help Needed Our View - Perfect opportunity for transformation and modernization Take advantage of MGT Act funding Help GSA they cannot drive this alone Engage experienced Government and Industry SMEs and Program Managers

Give agencies incentive to start executing Measure early measure often Current Activity - 78 people - 38 organizations - 8 government agencies - Project 1: Full Service Model Replacement - Project 2: Acquisition Timeline Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action COI Leadership

COI Industry Chair Tom Cuneo COI Government Chair Jeff Flick COI Industry Vice Chair Dee Delaney COI Government Vice Chair Andrew Low Programs Chair Deirdre Murray Programs Co-Chair J.D. Henley Communications Chair Stephen Benitez Senior Advisors Bob Woods, Jim Williams, Jeff Mohan Chief Technical Officer John Okay Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 32 Save the Dates Monday April 30th: N&T COI Monthly Meeting - Verizon, Washington, DC - Featuring Larry Hale, Director of IT Security Sub Category in ITS/FAS, GSA Tuesday, June 19th: 2018 EIS Forum - Network Modernization -Renaissance Hotel, Washington, DC -Keynote Speaker Suzette Kent, Federal Chief Information Officer

Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration Small Business Alliance Update Sundar Vaidyanathan, IAC Executive Committee Vice Chair at Large(Small Business Advocate) Paul Chandler Small Business Alliance Industry Chair Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action SBA Goals Educate small businesses on strategies, regulations and business opportunities to be successful in the government marketplace Provide opportunities for small and large businesses to forge teaming and partnerships

Facilitate collaboration between small businesses and advocates for small businesses within government agencies (OSDBUs) Highlight and recognize exceptional small businesses in the government information technology community Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Upcoming Activities Half-day Sessions - HHS OSDBU Session - Modernizing Government Session Straight Talk Series - Treasury, HUD & FAA, GSA

Projects Industry Day Best Practices Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Whats next for SBA New Operating Model for SBA to ensure SB representation at all activities within ACT-IAC Expanded leadership team to enable enhanced collaboration across ACT-IAC Enhanced partnership with Small Business Administration and Federal OSDBUs Collaboration with FIE on all agency-focused activities/events

Collaboration with COIs on all topic-driven activities/events Collaboration with Conference committee and Institute for Innovation Recognition or awards for Small Business Champion(s) Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Whats next for SBA Expanded leadership team to include: Industry Chair & Government Chair Vice Chair of Projects & Vice Chair of Programs Vice Chair of Communications & Special Activities FIE Liaison, COI Liaison, NexUS Liaison, and EC Liaison

Opportunity to serve in leadership roles Nominations now open through May 18th at Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action Thank you For more information, please contact: Dorothy Callahan (National Government Services / SB Alliance Vice Chair) at 301-310-8254 (mobile) or [email protected] Paul Chandler (Macro Solutions / SB Alliance Chair) at 703-861-8635 (mobile) or [email protected] Cynthia Eaton (Verizon / SB Alliance Vice Chair) at 484-459-0692 (office) or [email protected] Michael McRae (ACT-IAC) at 703-208-4800 (office) or [email protected] Questions?

Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action 2018 Igniting Innovation Conference & Awards Tim Smith Member of Institute for Innovation Innovators Circle and Judge, Igniting Innovation Conference and Awards Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action You select the best innovations and the overall award winner! Forty Exhibits by Top Innovators Lightning Talks by Experienced Innovators Keynotes by Senior Officials: - Matt Lira, Office of

American Innovation - Gary Washington, USDA CIO - Darren Ash, FSA CIO - Joanne Collins-Smee, GSA - Alexis Bonnell, USAID - Gayle Girod, USAID Human-Centered Design Session on Acquisition Innovation May 11, 2018, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Renaissance Washington DC Hotel Register Today! http://bit.ly/2GQWhPS Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 42 Featured Program Speaker Jason Gray Chief Information Officer

Department of Education Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration 43 Department of Education Office of the Chief Information Officer ACT-IAC Business Meeting April 26, 2018 44 CIO Focus Areas Cybersecurity Governance Customer Service / Service Delivery Innovation and Creativity People and Organizationa

l Health 45 Cybersecurity Enterprise Security Protection Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) 46 Cybersecurity - Risk Scorecard (SAMPLE) 47 Information is provided for discussion purposes. Real data was not used. Governance 48 Customer Service / Service Delivery - PIVOT IT Services Oversight Prime Integrator and End-User Services

Printing Hosting Mobile Devices Network The The IT IT Services Services Re-Compete Re-Compete initiative, initiative, named named The The Portfolio Portfolio of of Integrated Integrated Value-Oriented Value-Oriented Technologies Technologies

(PIVOT), (PIVOT), will will award award services services to to vendors vendors based based on on aa multi-contract multi-contract acquisition acquisition that that encourages encourages and and incentivizes high quality customer service, new product innovation, is

flexible to address new and incentivizes high quality customer service, new product innovation, is flexible to address new and changing changing business requirements, and optimizes cost vs benefit in the delivery of IT services to the Department

business requirements, and optimizes cost vs benefit in the delivery of IT services to the Department over over the the life life of of the the contracts. contracts. 49 Innovation and Creativity IT Visualization Project will : Document the alignment of technology investments to EDs strategic objectives Help Identify redundant and inefficient technologies Provide enhanced

transparency and visibility into our IT Portfolio to support cost savings and rationalization efforts Provide leadership clarity needed to inform strategic planning and make business decisions Technology Business Management Cloud Consolidation Project will: Provide an integrated solution that will support OCIOs role in implementing an IT cost transparency (TBM) capability.

Allow OCIO to communicate IT value with Senior Leadership, improve the efficiency and predictability of capital planning, and optimize IT costs. Project will: Reduce the Departments IT footprint and associated cybersecurity risks. Allow OCIO to better negotiate contract terms with Cloud Service Providers. 50 IT Visualization 16 Feet Long

51 Phase 1: As-Is Diagram EDs IT Governance Section FINAL DRAFT 52 IT Visualization: Outcomes Create a Strategic Roadmap that will: Establish a Shared Commitment across the Department Show dependencies between IT projects and other ED initiatives or commitments Inform decisions Assist with out year budgeting Can be used for what-if scenarios (more/less funds, law changes, )

Define actions that will reduce cybersecurity risk Outline modernization efforts that will increase business value 53 People and Organizational Health 54 FY 2017 FEVS Results OCIO 2017 EVS Index Trends 2016 2017 Inc/Dec Employee Engagement 60% 73% 13%

New IQ (Inclusion) Index 55% 65% 10% Global Satisfaction 51% 63% 12% Leadership & Knowledge Management 55% 70%

15% Results Oriented Performance Culture 52% 60% 8% Talent Management 52% 55% 3% Job Satisfaction 60% 69%

9% Effective Communication 44% 61% 17% 55 How Can Industry Help ED? Business Process Re-Engineering Focus on Modernization and Consolidation Data Analytics 56 REGISTRATION OPEN: May 16,2018 Membership Meeting

Fairview Park Marriott IAC Candidates Forum & Featured Guest Speaker: Eric Olson, Chief Information Officer Department of the Treasury Advancing Government through Education, Leadership and Collaboration Networking Reception Salon 4 Foyer Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action

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