Forum on Innovation for Government Effectiveness

  • Thursday, Jan 24, 2013
  • Introductions by:
    Carly Fiorina, Former Chairman and CEO, Hewlett-Packard and Co-Chair, US Leadership in Development, CSIS

    Daniel F. Runde, Director, Project on Prosperity and Development and Schreyer Chair in Global Analysis, CSIS

    Keynote Speakers:
    General James “Hoss” Cartwright, Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies, CSIS and Former Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

    William Lynn, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense

    Panel 1:
    Steven Kelman, Harvard, and former Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, OMB
    Stan Soloway, President, Professional Services Council
    Steven Schooner, GWU Law School, and Co-Director of the Government Procurement Law Program
    Moderated by Rhett Dawson, Principal, Ervin Hill Strategy

    Panel 2:
    David Zolet, Executive Vice President, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)
    Michael J. Smith, Executive Director, NASA Shared Services Center
    Keith Trippie, Executive Director for Enterprise System Development, US Department of Homeland Security
    Moderated by James A. Lewis, Senior Fellow and Director, Technology and Public Policy Program, CSIS

    With budget constraints, we need to radically re-think how we deliver government services. Technological power marches on, but we are not thinking enough about how technology could streamline government performance. The power of technology to allow government services to run faster and better is unparalleled and this is the right moment to focus on these issues.

    Please join us for discussions on lessons learned from spending and budgets for the federal government and leveraging technology and business model innovation for efficiency across the commercial and governmental sectors.

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