Below are links to DGI's April 22, 2010 EA Conference Presentations. The Conference was held in conjunction with the FEAC Institute CEA Symposium. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Featured Opening Panel: Enabling Citizen Engagement and Open Government with EA — An Agency Experience
* Mary Forbes, Lead Enterprise Architect, Department of Health and Human Services [Moderator]
* Henry Chao, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Information Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Health and Human Services
* Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer, Department of Health and Human Services
* John Teeter, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Health and Human Services
Despite living in the age of e-mail, wireless networks, smartphones, and tablets, many small businesses are still beholden to paper. There are a variety of reasons for this. Often, it’s the other businesses or government agencies that you interface with that demand paper forms or faxes. Sometimes, it’s just that old habits die hard.
However, there are software solutions to some old paper problems that don’t require the network infrastructure of a large corporation. And making a small technology investment now could save your business a bundle long-term — not to mention reducing its wasteful reliance on paper products.
If a zen master were sitting next to the chief technical officer of Twitter, what would they talk about? That sounds like a hypothetical overhearded at a bar in San Francisco. But this weekend I saw the very thing at Soren Gordhamer's Wisdom 2.0 conference — named after his book of the same name — when zen teacher and author Roshi Joan Halifax and Twitter's Greg Pass sat side by side on a panel discussion on mindfulness in modern life. Seated next to them was Bradley Horowitz, VP at Google managing online apps like gmail, and Twitter advisor and venture capitalist Chris Sacca.