Gitec 2012

Join FedTech as our reporters and editors cover the GITEC 2012 summit in Baltimore, Md. from May 20–May 22, 2012.

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Latest Stories from GITEC 2012

GITEC 2012: The Best of Day 2

GITEC 2012: The Best of Day 2

Check out tweets and photos from the second day of the government IT conference.
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Video: “If I Only Had $1 …”

GITEC 2012: If I Only Had $1 …

How would federal IT officials spend their last IT dollar? Find out what they said.
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GITEC 2012: The Best of Day 1

GITEC 2012: The Best of Day 1

Shared services and open information dominate discussions at the annual event.
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Video: Security Is an Essential Element of IT

GITEC Security Video

Agencies search for tools and policies to address a variety of threats.
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Video: Cloud Computing Comes of Age

GITEC Cloud Computing

Moving to the cloud can improve service levels, increase availability, and add new capabilities.
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Video: Mobile Computing Boosts Productivity

GITEC Mobile

Agencies find mobility brings reduced costs and increased efficiency.
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Video: Shared Services Let Agencies Focus on the Mission

GITEC 2012: Shared Services Let Agencies Focus on the Mission

Efficiency and cost savings are among the main benefits.
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Video: How Agencies Are Implementing BYOD

GITEC 2012: How Agencies Are Implementing BYOD

Security is essential as users bring personal devices to agency networks.
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VanRoekel Targets Duplicative Projects for Cutting

VanRoekel Targets Duplicative Projects for Cutting

The federal CIO outlines his vision for shared services at the GITEC 2012 opening keynote in these six clips.
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GITEC Presenters to Follow on Twitter

GITEC Presenters to Follow on Twitter

Follow the Twitter accounts of these eight federal IT leaders slated to present at the 2012 GITEC summit.
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GITEC 2012 to Focus on Shared Services

GITEC 2012 to Focus on Shared Services

Federal IT leaders will meet in Baltimore to move technology forward.
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Photos from GITEC 2012

Richard Spires at GITEC 2012
Department of Homeland Security CIO Richard Spires speaks during the Business Case of Shared Services presentation at the 2012 GITEC Summit in Baltimore.

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Dennis Alvord (left), executive director of businessUSA, and DHS CIO Richard Spires (right) speak during the Business Case of Shared Services presentation at the 2012 GITEC Summit in Baltimore.

Donna Roy at GITEC 2012
Donna Roy of the Department of Homeland Security addresses the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) which aims to share data across agencies and states.

Karen Trudel at GITEC 2012
Karen Trudel discusses the CMS Enterprise Shared Services Program during an afternoon panel.

Chris Vein at GITEC 2012
White House Deputy CTO Chris Vein covers open government in an energetic presentation to close out the first day.

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Jon Walter McKeeby, CIO of the Department of Clinical Research Informatics, NIH Clinical Center, discusses Mobile Shared Service Models.Chris Dorobek GITEC
Chris Dorobek of DorobekINSIDER led a panel on mobile security and IT.

GITEC Panel

 

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Walter Bigelow of the ATF offers his expertise on data centers.Daud Santosa GITEC
CTO of the Department of the Interior Daud Santosa listens closely to questions from the audience.

May 18 2012