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An InformationWeek Government Webcast:

Shared Services: How To Realize New Efficiencies In Federal IT

Duration: 60 minutes

Deadlines are fast approaching for the White House's Shared Services Strategy, which requires federal agencies to adopt shared IT systems and services as a way of realizing cost savings and other efficiencies. Is your agency ready? Federal IT pros must take steps now to ensure a successful transition to the shared-services model.

In this webcast by InformationWeek Government, we will help you devise a shared-services strategy that's tailored to your agency and develop an action plan for meeting the federal mandate. Cloud computing is an important part of the answer. Private and public clouds can be used by multiple departments within an agency or across agencies, and community clouds are an emerging option.

Join us for this timely discussion on specific steps you can take to capitalize on the shared-services opportunity--and to overcome the challenges. In this webcast, we will:

  • Review objectives of the federal IT Shared Services Strategy
  • Examine compelling examples of shared services in government
  • Show how cloud computing and shared services fit together
  • Discuss ways to establish community clouds and other shared services
  • Outline the technology components of a shared services strategy
  • Help you identify next steps and a timeline for getting there
  • Provide exclusive data on shared-services adoption plans

Featured Speakers:

Dr. Scott Bernard,
Federal Chief Enterprise Architect, Executive Office of the President
Office of Management & Budget E-Government & IT

John Foley
InformationWeek Government

Michelle Rudnicki
VP of Cloud Computing and Growth Initiatives,
IBM Federal


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