Linda Cureton, Casey Coleman to Speak at HP Govt Summit

Linda Cureton, NASA

The chief information officers from NASA and the General Services Administration will give keynote addresses at the HP Government Summit between May 2 and May 3 in Washington.

Carahsoft Technology Corp. will host the summit, the company said in an announcement.

The company also hosted a bigdata forum in March to discuss trends, issues and implementation of big data analysis.

Casey Coleman, GSA

On the summit’s first day, NASA CIO Linda Cureton will discuss how CIOs and their teams should take advantage of new efficiencies and modern platforms.

The next day, GSA CIO Casey Coleman will describe her agency’s evolution regarding information technology.

Crucial Point CEO Bob Gourley will moderate a panel featuring Commerce Department CIO Simon Szykman, Transportation Department CIO Tim Schmidt and Joe Gribble from the Bureau of Public Debt.

The conference will also include tracks for executives, IT managers, and IT operations and development personnel covering HP’s information management, security, operations and applications solutions.

HP will host exhibits and demonstrations during the summit.

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