Data Sharing in Response to COVID 19

Data Sharing in Response to COVID 19

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June 4, 2020 | Virtual event

Federal agencies have quickly adapted processes amid the response to COVID-19, and the government contracting community is looking ahead at how it will change or adapt in the future.

Technology is coming into increasing focus for both combatting the virus and supporting the tech-dependent environment that comes with increased telework. At the heart of these efforts is data sharing and the processing capabilities that come with data analytics, like artificial intelligence or machine learning. Government leaders discuss how they’re thinking about these technologies right now and in the future for their agencies.


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Pat Flanders
Pat Flanders
CIO, Defense Health Agency
Bill Tinston, PEO, DHMS
Bill Tinston
Program Executive Officer, Defense Healthcare Management Systems
Amy Abernethy, Principal Deputy Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration
Amy Abernethy*
Principal Deputy Commissioner and Acting CIO, FDA
Alan Constantian
Alan Constantian
Senior Advisor, VA
Amy Kluber
Amy Kluber
Managing Editor, GovernmentCIO Media & Research
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Andrew McClenahan
Solutions Architect, Federal Civilian Markets, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Dr. Paul Tibbits
Dr. Paul Tibbits
Executive Director, Office of Technical Integration, VA
Colonel Jason Windsor
Jason Windsor
Chief Health Information Officer, GovernmentCIO


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