AGA 2018 Professional Development Training

M118 - M118: CFO and CIOs 2018: Models for Synergy and Success (FOS: MGMT)

Jul 23, 2018 2:05pm ‐ Jul 23, 2018 3:20pm

Expiration Date: Aug 15, 2019


Description

This popular joint session unites seasoned CIO and CFO experts to discuss the intersection of policies and management issues that impact CFOs and CIOs. The session will also discuss how these leaders can work together to improve efficiency and transparency, reduce risk and strengthen the workforce, offering you models for success.

Optimizing the relationship between finance and technology in federal service and fiscal operations from the seasoned CFO/CIO perspective, the attendees will learn strategies to address new intersections requiring synergy between the two important government leaders focused on aligned missions. Policy – New policy and implementations driving collaboration 

• Barriers - Brief visit back to the barriers 

• Progress -- Discuss current state 

• Forward -- Majority of time on a forward look – where are roles and responsibilities going, key issues (FITARA, Data, Blockchain, Reporting, Shared Services) and models for success. 

CFO and CIOs and their supporting federal personnel are talking about and planning to optimize the relationship between finance and technology in federal service and fiscal operations. A seasoned panel, shares technical, functional and philosophical insights with practical applications to help federal financial managers make better decisions and achieve high performance.

    Moderator(s):

    • Daniel Meers, Senior Director, Data Governance and Analytics Leader, RSM LLP

    Speaker(s):

    • David Lebryk, MPA, Fiscal Assistant Secretary, Dept of the Treasury
    • Linda R. Wilbanks, CISO, Senior Advisor Cyber Security Risk Management, Federal Student Aid (FSA) Department of Education
    • Jody Harry, CPA, CMA, CFO, U.S. Copyright Office
    • Lynn Moaney, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, USDA

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