COL Gregory K. Smith - Military Deputy to the Director, Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Data and Analysis Center (DAC)
Brian Campo - Acting Executive Director, Chief Technology Officer Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Moderator: Deniece Peterson - Director of Federal Market Analysis, Deltek
New and potentially ‘game-changing’ technologies such as advanced robotics, autonomous transport devices, blockchain, virtual and augmented reality, and wearable devices, will inevitably change the way government works.
These transformative technological innovations are reshaping and disrupting the way government agencies deliver the mission and how the military forces preserve our homeland.
Join AFFIRM on Wednesday, December 16 at noon for an in-depth look at the impact of emerging technologies on government modernization.
- Explore the emerging technologies that are changing the way government performs its mission.
- Detail how agencies have deployed technology to reform the workplace in light of the pandemic.
- Discuss government’s vision for modernizing and the technologies that are making the difference.
Year after year, the AFFIRM community contributes in many ways, through grants, scholarships, and volunteer, dedicated service.
Of all the good we do together, our favorite is our annual support for the Marines Toys for Tots.
This year, in light of the impact of the pandemic on many families with small children, give generously to children in need.