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09/09/2008  Tuesday
TIME EVENT
7:30AM- 8:45AM
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:45AM-10:00AM
An Overview of the Next Generation of EA Practice Guidance
Colleen Coggins
Chief Architect, Department of the Interior
Robert Hill
Chief, Systems Development and Operations, Bureau of Economic Analysis, On Assignment to OMB, Office of E-Government and Information Technology
Kshemendra Paul- Moderator
Chief Architect, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, OMB, Executive Office of the President
John Teeter
Deputy CIO, Department of Health and Human Services
Richard von Bostel
Chief Enterprise Architect, Department of Justice
10:15AM-11:30AM
Track 1, Session 1-1: Putting EA to Work for Your Agency: Getting Started
Matt Newman- Moderator
Professor, IRM College, National Defense University
Michael Tiemann
Program Director and Senior Faculty, FEAC Institute
10:15AM-11:30AM
Track 2, Session 2-1: Cross-Agency Collaboration: Overcoming Barriers to Progress
Stephen Cohen
Senior Architect, Microsoft
Joanna Hugney- Moderator
IT Strategy Consulting Division Director, Project Performance Corporation
Debra McKeldin
Chief Enterprise Architect, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Health and Human Services
Walt Okon
Senior Architecture Engineer, Architecture and Interoperability, Department of Defense
10:15AM-11:30AM
Track 3, Session 3-1: Technology Planning and EA
Andy Hoskinson- Moderator
Vice President and Partner, Technology Strategy and Consulting, Unisys Federal Systems
Richard Jordan
Systems Planner, Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation
Paul Liesenberg
Enterprise Architecture and Technology Manager, Service-Oriented Network Architecture, Cisco
Erik Pupo
Practice Lead, Project Performance Corporation
11:45AM- 1:15PM
Opening Luncheon Keynote: An Executive Architect’s View of IT Asset Investment and EA Governance Strategies
Armando Ortiz
IT Strategy and Architecture Consultant , CIT
1:30PM- 2:45PM
Track 1, Session 1-2: EA is a Journey, Not a Destination: What Makes an Architect Successful
Dick Burk
Enterprise Architect and Former Manager, Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office, U.S. Office of Management and Budget
Len Fehskens
Vice President, Skills and Capabilities, The Open Group
Michael McFarren
Senior Principal, Enterprise Architect, MITRE
Felix Rausch
Executive Director, FEAC Institute
1:30PM- 2:45PM
Track 2, Session 2-2: The Benefits of Segment Architecture Development
Avi Bender
Director for Enterprise Architecture, Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Treasury
Colleen Coggins- Moderator
Chief Architect, Department of the Interior
John Fitzpatrick
Enterprise Architect, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health and Human Services
Denise Hill
Senior Technical Advisor, Department of Energy
John Sullivan
Chief Enterprise Architect and Associate Director, Mission Investment Solutions Division, Office of Technology Operations and Planning, Office of Environmental Information, Environmental Protection Agency
1:30PM- 2:45PM
Track 3, Session 3-2: The Role of EA in Connected Learning Environments
Victor Diorio
Executive Director, Technical Architecture , Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Sharon Fratta-Hill
Dean of Information Technology and Distance Education, Graduate School, U.S.D.A.
Bob Pfeiff
National Architect, Education Solutions, Microsoft
3:00PM- 4:00PM
Track 1, Session 1-3: How EA Shapes IT Governance
Andrew Blumenthal
Director, Enterprise Architecture and IT Governance, U.S. Coast Guard
Spencer Brown
Team Lead, Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Management Group, Defense Intelligence Agency
Cindy Walker- Moderator
Senior Vice President, Chief Enterprise Architect, Kforce Government Solutions
3:00PM- 4:00PM
Track 2, Session 2-3: Small Agency EA Implementation: Demonstrating Tangible Benefits
Bob LaBerry
Chief Enterprise Architect, U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
Paul Markovitz
Enterprise Architect/Chief–Security, Architecture Policy and Plans Branch, National Science Foundation
James Rolfes
Chief Architect and Manager, Enterprise Architecture and IT Portfolio Division, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
James Smith- Moderator
Senior Systems Architect, Enterprise Architecture Division, Information Technology and Systems, U.S. Government Printing Office
3:00PM- 4:00PM
Track 3, Session 3-3: Building a Security Architecture: Practical Approaches
Scott Bernard- Moderator
Deputy CIO/Director, Federal Railroad Administration, Department of Transportation
Stephen Gantz
Senior Enterprise Architect, Vangent
Ron Ross
Senior Computer Scientist and Information Security Researcher, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Commerce
4:15PM- 5:45PM
EA Town Hall Meeting: What it Means to be an Architect in Government Today
John Dodd
Principal, North American Public Sector Federal Consulting Practice Technology Solution Group Enterprise Architecture Practice Lead and Chair, IAC EA SIG, Computer Sciences Corporation
Len Fehskens
Vice President, Skills and Capabilities, The Open Group
Matt Newman
Professor, IRM College, National Defense University
Walt Okon
Senior Architecture Engineer, Architecture and Interoperability, Department of Defense
Felix Rausch
Executive Director, FEAC Institute
Michael Tiemann
Program Director and Senior Faculty, FEAC Institute
John Wu
Enterprise Architecture Coordinator, Employment Services Agency, Dept of Labor and President DC Chapter, Association of Enterprise Architects, Department of Labor
09/10/2008  Wednesday
TIME EVENT
8:30AM- 9:45AM
Exhibition Keynote: Evolution of the EA Assessment Framework
Kshemendra Paul
Chief Architect, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, OMB, Executive Office of the President
10:00AM-11:00AM
PEP 1: Enterprise Architecture Governance
Vernon Bettencourt Jr.
Senior Executive Consulting services supporting Technical and Management Resources(TMR) and Former Deputy CIO/G-6, US Army, TMR
10:00AM-11:15AM
Track 1, Session 1-4: Managing SOA as Part of EA
Robert Albicker
Director, Southeast Federal Practice-Technology Integration, Deloitte Consulting
Bob Haycock- Moderator
Consultant, Haycock Strategies, and former Chief Architect, OMB and National Business Center, Dept. of the Interior
Terry Horning
Enterprise Architect, Office of Aviation Safety, Federal Aviation Administration, Dept. of Transportation
Dave Mayo
President, Everware-CBDI
10:00AM-11:15AM
Track 2, Session 2-4: Using EA to Share Healthcare Information: Agency Experience
Debra McKeldin
Chief Enterprise Architect, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Health and Human Services
Nancy Orvis
Chief, Integration and Health Data Management, Office of the CIO, Military Health Systems, Department of Defense
Vish Sankaran
Program Director, Federal Health Architecture, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, Department of Health and Human Services
Debbie Somers
Senior Advisor to the Deputy Commissioner for Systems, Social Security Administration
John Teeter- Moderator
Deputy CIO, Department of Health and Human Services
10:00AM-11:15AM
Track 3, Session 3-4: How Architecture Planning Enables Enterprise Initiatives
Matthew Gallagher
Vice President, Federal Solutions Group, Troux Technologies
Paul Ketrick
Director, Enterprise Planning and Investment, Business Transformation Agency, Department of Defense
Peter Tseronis
Senior Technical Advisor, Department of Energy, and Chair, Federal IPv6 Transition Working Group
Eric Won
Program Manager, IT Infrastructure Optimization LoB, Office of Governmentwide Policy, General Services Administration
11:15AM- 1:15PM
Visit Exhibition and Lunch
11:30AM-12:30PM
PEP 2: Cisco Secure Data Center- An Enterprise Architecture for Information Assurance
Rich Campbell
Senior Systems Engineer, Cisco Data Center Solutions, Cisco
John Meggers
Consulting Systems Engineer, Cisco Security Solutions, Cisco
Chris Shenefiel
National Government Industry Solution Manager, Enterprise Vertical Marketing, Cisco Systems, Inc.
1:00PM- 2:00PM
PEP 3: Architecting the Enterprise: TOGAF - The Open Group Architecture Framework
John Polgreen
Lead Consultant and TOGAF Trainer, Architecting the Enterprise
1:15PM- 2:30PM
Track 1, Session 1-5: Executive Perspectives on Managing EA for Results
Sonny Bhagowalia
Chief Information Officer, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of the Interior
CAPT Mary Forbes
Lead Enterprise Architect, Department of Health and Human Services
Clark Smith
Director, Technology Division, Office of the Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Brian Wilczynski
Director, Enterprise Architecture and Standards, Office of the DoD Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense
1:15PM- 2:30PM
Track 2, Session 2-5: Measuring EA Performance for Enterprise Improvement
Donald Frank
Chief, Science Information Branch, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Keith Herrington
Senior Intelligence Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency
Diane Reeves
Interior Business Architect, Department of the Interior
Marco Temaner
CEO, Enterprise-Elements
1:15PM- 2:30PM
Track 3, Session 3-5: Using EA to Develop Agency Open Source Strategies
Brian Lee
Senior Manager, BearingPoint
Mike Perry
Enterprise Architect, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health and Human Services
George Thomas
Chief Architect, General Services Administration
2:15PM- 3:15PM
PEP 4: Software-as- a-Service and the Future of the Enterprise Architecture
Mike Bradshaw
Director, Google Federal
Daniel Burton, Jr.
Senior Vice President, Gobal Policy, salesforce.com
Razaur Rahman
, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Jay Tansing
Managing Director, Public Sector, Acumen Solutions
2:45PM- 3:45PM
Track 1, Session 1-6: Alignment of CPIC and EA: Practical Experience
Bob Daniel- Moderator
CTO, Government Sector, Troux Technologies
Jimmy Jones
IT Specialist, IT Portfolio Management Division, Office of the CIO, U.S. Department of the Interior
Patrick Plunkett
Program Manager, IT Performance Management, Office of the CIO, Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
2:45PM- 3:45PM
Track 2, Session 2-6: Is Your Achitecture Business-Driven?
Robert Albicker- Moderator
Director, Southeast Federal Practice-Technology Integration, Deloitte Consulting
Diana Takata
Deputy Director PMD, JPDO, Federal Aviation Administration, Dept. of Transportation
Frank Tirado
Principal Information Systems Engineer, MITRE
Chris White
EA Solution Architect, Federal Division, Telelogic North America, An IBM Company
2:45PM- 3:45PM
Track 3, Session 3-6: Communicating Architecture Information: Proven Techniques
Ronald Vandiver
Director, Architecture Integration and Management Directorate, Army Capabilities Integration Center, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
4:00PM- 5:00PM
Networking Reception with Sponsors


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