GOSCON DC is now closed; here's a snapshot of the August 2001 program. Sign up for the conference newsletter to get an early heads-up on our next event.
Our GOSCON program this year includes a great lineup of all agency leadership – from the FCC to the White House, the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, NASA, DHS, the States of Oregon and Maryland and more. A full program schedule, registration and other details can be found at Innovation Nation, or you can check out the GOSCON site for speaker details. Registration is complementary to government, one registration provides access to all Innovation Nation keynotes and sessions.
GOSCON Track details:
Cost Take Out: Where are the Savings in Open Source?
- Greg Elin, Chief Data Officer, Federal Communications Commission
- Tiffany Smith Licciardi, eDiplomacy, U.S. Department of State
- Dr. David A. Wheeler, Research Staff Member, Institute for Defense Analyses
- Alexander B. Howard, Gov 2.0 Correspondent, O’Reilly Media [Moderator]
Building Outside the Box: Leading Federal Agency Innovators
- Matthew Burton, Office of the CIO, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
- Scott Goodwin, Chief Information Officer for Space Operations, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- Dr. Douglas Maughan, Director, Cyber Security Division, Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate
- Wayne Moses Burke, Executive Director, Open Forum Foundation [Moderator]
Open Source Lessons Learned: What the Feds can Learn from State and Local Gov
- Carolyn Lawson, Chief Information Officer, Oregon Health Authority
- Bryan Sivak, Chief Innovation Office, State of Maryland
- Chris Vein, Executive Officer of the President
- Deborah Bryant, Public Sector Communities Manager, Oregon State University Open Source Lab [moderator]
About GOSCON: The Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) program is produced by Oregon State University Open Source Lab as part of its mission to educate and build community. Since 2005, GOSCON has helped fuel the adoption of open source technology in the public sector by attracting information technology leaders worldwide to its annual event. Ongoing conference content includes lessons learned in the development and integration of open source solutions into agency environments, exposure to projects and existing software applications and services, and opportunities to establish and foster relationships for collaboration around shared interests.