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Executive Sponsor and Opening Speaker: Carlos Ramos, Director & State CIO, CA Dept of Technology Keynote Speaker: PK Agarwal Lunch Keynote Speaker: Chad Fulgham, Chief of Strategy, Tanium
Focus Areas for this Year’s Forum, based on feedback from polling, the following technologies represent the areas of the greatest interest:
This Forum will take place in Sacramento at the Downtown Convention Center. The format will be a combination of educational presentations, workshops, labs, collaborative roundtables and panel discussions. The educational sessions will be developed by an Advisory Board consisting of Public/Private sector partners that will work in teams to identify, create, and deliver meaningful content.
Opening Speaker: Marybel Batjer, CA Government Operations Agency
* Areas of Focus: This forum will have four educational disciplines: Workforce Development, Customer Service, Improving Organizational Outcomes, and Procurement.
* Event Format: This will be a one-day conference made up of General Sessions that will apply to the entire attendee population and shorter breakouts to focus on specific areas of interest.
* Attendees: Leaders in Government and Legislature, Department and Program Executives, Technology Leaders, Local Government and Education Leaders
“You and your team are awesome to work with and I agree the best event so far. And it was not just the sessions and plenaries, it was also many hallway conversations I was participating in and listening to. You are helping build a real community in partnership with vendors, program leaders, and IT professionals. It takes all three to build effective programs and deliver successful projects. Great job! ”
— Bill Otterbeck, California Department of Health Care Services
“The Project Delivery Summit has brought to light education and training opportunities highlighting project management disciplines to better enable the successful delivery of State IT Projects. It has filled a need in terms of delivering free training on the pillars surrounding managing projects to the State of CA workforce. With the public and private sector working together to create content, the workforce has benefited in terms of exposure to education and training that otherwise they may not have gotten. This summit is in its second year, and 70% of the attendees were new to the summit. Not only are IT personnel invited to this summit, but the department’s program areas are invited as well in order to better educate them. Through this exposure, the Department of Technology has been successful in launching our Project Academy Series which takes a deeper dive into the content that is discussed in these forums. The better educated and trained workforce, the more successful we will be in delivering projects for the State of CA. ”
— Christie Borchin,