Oct 04

Washington, DC

Grand Hyatt Washington

To address the Big Data acceptance vs. adoption gap, and provide government and industry professionals the opportunity to share their views on how big data can be used to improve service delivery, maximize resources, and reduce fraud, waste and abuse, the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council is proud to sponsor the Big Data Forum. The half-day, education and training event will take place October 4, from 12:30 – 6:00 p.m., at the Grand Hyatt Washington. Unique to the Big Data Forum is its format, as workshops sessions will feature more than 20 leading Big Data experts, who hail from federal agencies, academia, and the commercial world, and will moderate table discussion on a series of topics keeping federal IT decision-makers up at night. ACT-IAC’s Big Data Forum will bring these issues and practical solutions to mind, and much more!

GS12-15s and industry professionals interested in addressing the challenging issues related to the solving problems with Big Data!

Registration Opens: 09/02/2012 Cost: Government-$50; Industry-$195; Non-member-$225

Contact Name: John Shaw

ph: 703-208-4800 email: act-iac@actgov.org

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