Calendar of Upcoming Events
A listing of upcoming SEA webinars and events in March and beyond.
What: A Leadership Development Program Sponsored by the Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association in Partnership with the Federal Executive Institute and Hooks Book Events
When: May 16th, 2018 @ 7:30 AM - 3:45 PM
Where: The George Washington University The Marvin Center Grand Ballroom, 3rd Floor 800 21st Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20052
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What: Federal employees and contractors are invited to join an exciting and dynamic afternoon with high-level women across government to hear about leadership, learning, and life-long lessons. Both men and women are encouraged to attend.
When: March 20, 2018, 4:00 PM ET - 6:30 PM ET,
Where: USPTO Madison Auditorium, 600 Dulany St., Alexandria, VA 22134
What: The Annual Key Executive Leadership Conference is a 200-person conference provided by the School of Public Affairs Key Executive Leadership Programs at American University. This event provides participants with the opportunity to explore principles, industry trends, and best leadership practices through key plenary and concurrent session presentations given by exceptional leaders in the field. Set in the heart of Washington, D.C., Key conference participants are from the federal government and public sector as well as non-governmental and non-profit organizations. The 2018 conference theme focuses on Innovation in a Box.
When: June 6, 2018
Where: 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW; Washington, DC 20016
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Where: THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL;1127 CONNECTICUT AVENUE, N.W.; WASHINGTON, DC 20036
When: April 17th, 2018 @ 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
What: The Sixth Annual Executive Branch Review Conference will examine the increase in federal regulatory activity and the legal and practical considerations of regulatory reform. This daylong conference will feature plenary panels, addresses, and breakout panels.
The Conference will begin with an opening address by Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Administrator Neomi Rao and end with a closing address by Senator Ben Sasse and a reception.
There is no cost to attend this event; lunch and reception are included in registration. Cost for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits is $50.
Where: National Academy of Public Administration; 1600 K St NW, Suite 400; Washington, D.C.
When: THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2018 AT 3:30PM - 5:30PM
What: With Courage and Conviction presents Dwight’s successful management strategies in his 50 years of public service in the context of nine especially important achievements in his career, including the Alaska Recovery and Nixon’s New Federalism initiative. A panel of Fellows will review and critique the book’s thesis that Dwight’s successful management strategies are relevant to current public service professionals despite the current toxic climate.
Moderated by Kurt Thurmaier, our panelists will discuss the efficacy of Dwight’s strategies for current SES and other senior federal officers. Attendees will receive a free copy of the book, courtesy of Dwight and the publisher. Additionally, Dwight will be available to sign copies of the book.
3:30 p.m. Welcoming Remarks
Teresa Gerton, President and CEO, National Academy of Public Administration
3:40 p.m. Panel Discussion
Burt S. Barnow: Amsterdam Professor of Public Service and Economics, Trachtenberg Public Policy and Public Administration, the George Washington University
Nani Coloretti: Senior Vice President for Financial and Business Strategy, the Urban Institute
Sharon A. Kershbaum: Chief Operating Officer, Department of Human Services, District of Columbia
John A. Koskinen: Former Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury
5:00 p.m. Questions and Answers
5:10 p.m. Reception & Book Signing
What: U.S. government leaders have launched a wide-ranging innovation initiative to attract America’s top technology minds at tech hubs like Silicon Valley, Boston, Austin, Chicago and Seattle. GovernmentCIO Magazine is hosting a two-part forum with breakfast and evening sessions to discuss how government agencies have connected with these emerging technology companies and worked through the contracting and hiring roadblocks to embrace this innovation culture.
Where: Wharf Dockmaster Building; 101 District Square SW; Washington, DC
When: Thursday, March 15 @ 7:30am to 10am; Evening Session: 5 pm to 8 pm
More Information and Registration: https://unclesammeetssiliconvalley.splashthat.com/
What: Legacy systems cripple federal agencies. They hamstring innovation, leave information vulnerable to bad actors, cost more and more to maintain as they age, and push away talented personnel who want to work with the latest technology. The White House and Congress have made major steps of late, though, to bring agencies into the 21st century, releasing major IT modernization policy and providing funding to jumpstart a governmentwide tech refresh.
Join federal officials and other IT experts at FedScoop's second annual IT Modernization Summit as they discuss the latest business cases for modernizing federal systems, the ongoing policy discussions around adopting emerging innovations and how replacing legacy technology can help prevent the next major breach. Government: FREE | Industry: $195
Where: The Newseum, Washington, D.C.
When: April 5, 2018 / 7:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.
More Information and Registration: The focus for this year's academy will be "Disruption impacts industries and businesses at all levels—how are you prepared to address it?"
The Joint Financial Management Improvement Program (JFMIP), a cooperative undertaking of the Treasury, GAO, OMB and OPM, will hold its annual Federal Financial Management Conference on May 7, 2018, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. This one-day conference provides a forum for those in the federal financial management community to learn about current issues, exchange knowledge, and share experiences in improving financial management operations and policies.
Please see the attached form (click here to review and download) for information about submitting a nomination for the Donald L. Scantlebury Memorial Award. Nominations are due to Scantleburyaward@gao.gov by March 9, 2018.
NEW for 2018 – federal employees must submit a registration form with their agency IPAC information to JFMIP@fiscal.treasury.gov. Before registering, please check with your agency to ensure that payment is authorized. This form can be found on the Bureau of Fiscal Service public page under Training & Events.
Vendors with government contracts or federal government employees using their own funds must register online through Pay.gov. Pay.gov registration will open the week of March 19, 2018.
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