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The Administration has issued a directive requiring all U.S. government agencies to upgrade their public-facing Web sites and services to support IPv6 by September 30, 2012.
There have been plenty of starts and stops in implementing this next generation Internet address operation. And with this deadline quickly approaching, many federal agencies are still looking for guidance on what to do, how quickly to do it, and the business case for doing so.
Participate in DGI's 5th annual IPv6 Conference – which is free for government professionals – to learn about:
~ Government best practices and lessons learned through their IPv6 transition
~ Real operational applications and solutions powered by the next generation internet
~ How IPv6 is currently being used to improve government operations
~ Actions agency professionals need to take to make the most of the IPv6 transition
~ Technology applications available for successful IPv6 implementation
Contact Name: Digital Government Institute
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