Triple-i to Sponsor Advanced Technology Academic Research Center’s Federal DevOps Summit

Triple-i ImageInformation Innovators Inc. will sponsor a one-day symposium by the Advanced Technology Academic Research Center that will discuss the potential impact of DevOps and Agile methodology on the federal government.

The ATARC Federal DevOps Summit will feature Pramod Malhotra, Triple-i’s software engineering and technical solutions director, as host for the second session of the Mitre-ATARC Collaboration Symposium segment, Triple-i said Monday.

The event will be held at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 18.

Mark Schwartz, chief information officer of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services at the Department of Homeland Security, will deliver the visionary keynote address to open the event.

ATARC is a nonprofit organization that works to create collaborative forums on emerging technology challenges for government, academia and industry and introduce new technologies developed by academic research laboratories to the government and commercial sectors.

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