12-12:40 p.m. ET/9-9:40 a.m. PT
Session 1: Tools and Processes to Make Hybrid Work

Government Keynote 1: How to Collaborate While Hybrid
  • Katy Kale, Deputy Administrator, U.S. General Services Administration
You’ve heard it a million times: The pandemic changed the way we work. And yes, it’s true. Now, we need to learn how to work together in new ways. In this lightning keynote, you'll hear from a government leader about what it takes to truly collaborate in a hybrid world.

Lightning Keynote 1: How to Grapple With Cognitive Overload
  • John Dvorak, Chief Technology Officer, North America Public Sector, Red Hat
Many agencies are actively pursuing software modernization to enhance user experience, address new requirements, and improve security. However, this journey presents certain challenges. In this lightning keynote you will learn from an industry leader about how teams grapple with cognitive overload and frequent context-switching due to the number and diversity of tools they need to develop, host, and manage these applications.

1-1:40 p.m. ET/10-10:40 a.m. PT
Session 2: How to Overcome Hybrid Barriers

Government Keynote 2: Where Hybrid Doesn’t Work
  • Jonathan Feldman, Chief Information Officer, Wake County NC
Trash pickup was never going to be a job for the remote worker. But in this particular session, we’re talking about office roles and if there are instances where hybrid just isn’t a good strategy. In this lightning keynote, you'll hear a government leader talk about how they determine when and where hybrid work is appropriate.

Lightning Keynote 2: How Technology Can Change the Way We Work
  • Justin Gedney, Senior Systems Engineer, Lyme Technology Solutions
Drones and similar technologies are giving government employees access like they have never experienced before. In this lightning keynote, you will learn from an industry leader about how drone technologies are empowering workers to do more from anywhere.

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