Join News4 for an look at the latest innovations in cloud computing -- and how forward-leaning government agencies are using it.
“GovInnovate: Cloud Computing" is a 30-minute special event for government, education, and industry executives airing on NBC4 Saturday, Aug. 24 and Sunday, Aug. 25. Tune in each day at 12 p.m.
The program features two panels addressing issues in cloud computing for the federal government, and one panel on state and local governments. They are hosted by Dave McClure, associate administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies. Each panel discusses the drive to adopt cloud technology innovations amid dwindling budgets.
Federal panel members are: Darren Ash, deputy executive director for corporate management, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Joe Klimavicz, chief information officer and director, high performance computing and communications, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Keith Trippie, executive director, Enterprise System Development Office, OCIO, Department of Homeland Security; Simon Szykman, chief information officer at the Department of Commerce; Stephen Warren, acting assistant secretary, Office of Information and Technology, Department of Veterans Affairs; and Casey Coleman, chief information officer at the U.S. General Services Administration.
State and local agency panel members are: Phil Bertolini, chief information officer, Oakland County, State of Michigan; Michael Struck, director, IT infrastructure and development, Tri-Rivers Educations Computer Association; and Joe Prchlik, director of operations and technology, Northwest Ohio Computer Association.