Hilton Hotel Tyson's Corner (McLean, VA)
Please join us for a full day of talks including case studies of
open source search technology, used at the Smithsonian Institution and other federal agencies. Other speakers will explore aspects of search particularly relevant to government, such as advanced text analytics for enhancing open source intelligence, harnessing search analytics to improve search, searching securely at different
clearance levels, and geospatial search.
Software developers can enrich their expertise with two full days of open source search tutorials on June 13-14, taught by expert trainers from Lucid Imagination and others.
==Featured conference talks==
* Building an OSINT Analysis Platform with Open Source Tools
* Steps Toward Open Government: A Discovery Center for Library Archives, and Museum Object Collections Made With Solr (Smithsonian Institution)
* Migrating Search to Solr for the Office of the Law Revision Council
* Big Data Open Source Data Analytics
* Multi-Level Security with Solr: Searching Documents at Various Classifications
* Geospatial Search Using Geohash Prefixes
The conference is FREE to all federal, state, and local government employees, but pre-registration is required by Wednesday, June 8, 2011. Commercial, academic, and FFRDC participants are also welcome; however, a conference fee of $150 will apply.
To register or for more information, visit
www.basistech.com/search-conference, write to
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 617-386-2090.
==Who should attend==
* Current and potential government users of open source search
* Government information technology officers and technical staff
* IT engineers and implementing search for open government, transparency, and open source projects
FREE to all federal, state, and local government employees. Commercial, academic, and FFRDC participants are also welcome; however, a conference fee of $150 will apply.
Contact Name: Basis Technology