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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 11:00 AM - Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 12:30 PM (EDT)

DoD and Federal Knowledge Management Symposium 2019

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Knowedge Management: What is the Future?


May 14-16, 2019


Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD


The Defense Information Systems Agency will host the DOD and Federal Knowledge Management Symposium May 14-16 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland.


Digital transformation and a range of innovations...from cloud platforms and robotic process automation to predictive algorithms, natural language processing, chatbots, and cognitive systems...are revolutionizing how employees share, discover, and access enterprise knowledge.  Conference participants will examine how to collect, transfer, and use an organization’s most valuable asset as instructional knowledge.  


DOD and federal government decision-makers will join knowledge management (KM) subject matter experts and thought leaders from around the world who will provide briefings and presentations based on their experiences of assessing, adopting, and implementing new technology to improve KM practices.


DOD and federal government managers and team leaders involved in the practice of knowledge management, including information/data and document management practices and initiatives within their organization. Potential attendees include:
• Senior and middle management.
• Knowledge management professionals.
• Information and data managers.
• Document and records managers.
• Human resources managers.
• Information technology professionals.
• Training professionals.
• Research and development managers.
• Program and product managers.




Courtney Anderson, project lead for the Federal Electronic Records Modernization Initiative, National Archives and Records Administration


Paul Brasher, knowledge manager, U.S. Strategic Command


Dr. Johel Brown-Grant, associate vice provost, Learning Design and Solutions, University of Maryland University College


Joseph Busch, principal, Taxonomy Strategies


John Cofrancesco, business development lead, Active Navigation


Gabriel Comi, engineering fellow in the Intelligence, Information, and Services business unit, Raytheon


Dr. Dominic Davies, knowledge management lead, Portfolio and Partnerships Division, U.K. Ministry of Defense


Antonio DeFrutos, information manager, NATO Operational Commands, Allied Joint Force Command Naples


Jeff Evernham, vice president, Customer Solutions, Sinequa


Stan Ford, knowledge management officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Logistics Directorate, J4


Roger Garay, Defense Technical Information Center lead for Combatant Commands (CCMD), Joint Staff, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense


Trey Grainger, chief algorithms officer, Lucidworks


Tara Griffin, senior manager and solutions lead, GENESYS


Lawrence Grega, milSuite innovation and marketing lead, U.S. Army Program Executive Office Command Control Communications-Tactical


Joe Hilger, chief operating officer, Enterprise Knowledge


Cynthia Hilsinger, chief knowledge officer, U.S. Army Medical Command, Regional Health Command-Atlantic


John Hovell, CEO and co-founder, STRATactical


B.J. Johnson, director of digital solutions, Access Information Management


Terri Jones, government solution marketing manager, Hyland Corp.


Bill Kaplan, founder, Working Knowledge CSP


Joseph Koskey, director, Army Knowledge Management Proponent Office, Fort Leavenworth


Navy CDR S. Michelle Layne, director of knowledge management, Joint Enabling Capabilities Command/Joint Planning Support Element


Stewart MacLeod, deputy head of knowledge and information management, U.K. Ministry of Defense


Billy Mariano, knowledge management lead, Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network


Morgan McGary, knowledge management officer, U.S. Strategic Command


Tobin McGregor, program manager, Federal Laboratory Consortium


Kevin McMahon, manager, Sandia National Laboratories' Nuclear Waste Disposal Research and Analysis Department


Jack Merklein, adjunct KM professor and KM program course chair, University of Maryland University College


Nick Milton, director and co-founder, Knoco Ltd.


Peter Morris, director, Data Management and Competition, North American Sales, Information Builders


Dr. Chris Myers, assistant professor, Management and Organization, Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School


Fletcher Previn, chief information officer, IBM


Robert Ratchford, strategic leader of knowledge management teams, IRS


Arian Ravanbakhsh, supervisory records management policy analyst, Office of the Chief Records Officer at the National Archives and Records Administration

Kramer Reeves, director, IBM Cognitive Digital Business Automation


Dr. Anthony Rhem, president/principal consultant, A.J. Rhem and Associates, Inc.


Mark Riddle, principal for Controlled Unclassified Information Program Oversight, Information Security Oversight Office, National Archives and Records Administration


Dr. Luis Rodriguez, head of the Distributed Experimentation and Test Environment Division, Warfare Systems Engineering and Integration, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division


Tracey Seward, senior managing director, Accenture


Zach Wahl, president and CEO, Enterprise Knowledge


Jamie Wheeler, associate, Booz Allen Hamilton


Tom Wilde, CEO, Indico

There is no cost to participate. All attendees must pre-register.
Registered attendees will also have access to the 2019 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) TechNet Cyber Operations Symposium , which is collocated at the Baltimore Convention Center May 14-16. DOD and Federal Knowledge Management Symposium registrants (government/military only) may attend all AFCEA TechNet sessions and visit the TechNet exhibit hall.  Contractor, industry, and academia participants will have access to the exhibit hall only.


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Baltimore Convention Center
1 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 11:00 AM - Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 12:30 PM (EDT)

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