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DoDIIS Worldwide Conference Focuses on Advancing Mission Integration
March 12, 2012
The Defense Intelligence Agency's Deputy Director for Information Management and Chief Information Officer will host the 2012 Department of Defense Intelligence Information System Worldwide Conference at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colo., April 1-4, 2012. This year's conference theme, Advancing Mission Integration, will highlight the DIA CIOs commitment to unify defense intelligence infrastructure and information sharing initiatives.
Through partnerships and collaboration, this valuable forum for intelligence community and Department of Defense information technology professionals will showcase current and future capabilities, investigate innovative solutions and allow individuals to share best practices.
The DoDIIS Worldwide Conference features more than 2,000 participants including more than 400 exhibits from around the world; draws upon the expertise of prominent speakers from defense, industry and academia to create IT solutions; and offers numerous breakout sessions and networking events.
- Lieutenant General Ronald L. Burgess Jr., Director, Defense Intelligence Agency, Keynote Speaker
- Grant M. Schneider, Deputy Director for Information Management and Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency, Keynote Speaker
- Rich Berens, President and Chief Client Fanatic, Root Learning, The Art of Engagement: Inspiring People, Creating Change and Making a Difference
- Robert Cardillo, Deputy Director for Intelligence Integration, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Intelligence Integration and the Unifying Intelligence Strategies
- Gerard J. DeMuro, Executive Vice President, Information Systems and Technology, General Dynamics, An Industry Perspective on Advancing Mission Integration
- David L. DeVries, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Information, Integration and Technology, Department of Defense, DoD IT Modernization
- Thomas A. Ferguson, Principal Deputy, Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Information Sharing – The Need for an Enterprise Approach
- Patrick Gelsinger, President and Chief Operating Officer, EMC Information Infrastructure Products, EMC Corporation, Hybrid Cloud, Trust and Big Data
- Dr. David L. Hall, Dean, College of Information Sciences and Technology and Professor in Information Sciences and Technology, The Pennsylvania State University, Asymmetric Information Warfare: Challenges and Opportunities in Information Fusion
- Lieutenant General Susan S. Lawrence, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Army G-6, The Army's Network
- John Pescatore, Vice President and Distinguished Analyst, Gartner, Inc., Cloud Security: Opportunities and Challenges
- Jeffrey N. Rapp, Deputy Director for Analysis, Defense Intelligence Agency, IT Enabling Advanced Defense Intelligence Analysis
- Patricia Titus, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Symantec, Cybersecurity in the Cloud
- David G. Zanca, Senior Vice President, Information Technology, Customer Access and Revenue Systems, FedEx Services, Transformational Technology
- Intelligence Community CIO Executive Panel, Enabling IC Integration: Transitioning to an IC IT Enterprise
April 1-4, 2012
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Onsite POC: Laura Donnelly, Public Affairs Specialist, 202-212-9615
For a complete agenda, list of conference topics and hotel information, visit: http://www.ncsi.com/dodiis12/index.html. Requests for interviews must be coordinated and scheduled through DIA Media Relations prior to the event. Send requests to DIA-PAO@dodiis.mil or call 703-695-0071.
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DIA’s mission is unique and no other agency matches its military expertise across such a broad range of intelligence disciplines.
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