IAC just popped out an e‑mail advertising a panel session on December 6th at The Willard in DC with luminaries involved in the Lines of Business initiatives. Panelists are:
- Charles Havekost, Chief Information Officer, Health and Human Services, and ex-Grants.gov Program Manager
- Jeff Koch, E‑Gov portfolio manager for the Internal Efficiency & Effectiveness, Office of Management and Budget
- Sam Mok, Chief Information Officer, Department of Labor
- John Sindelar, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Governmentwide Policy, General
The moderator will be Kathleen Rundle, Associate Chief Information Officer, Department of Agriculture. According to the e‑mail, “The panelists will discuss the goals, plans and challenges for their individual agencies in relation to the OMB Lines of Business initiatives.” It’s only $25 (but you need to be an IAC member to attend), and it’s open to the press and on-the-record. So it’s less likely that anything really interesting will be discussed (!) but anyone interested in where e‑government is going should turn up. Log in to the ACT/IAC portal to register.