Pre-registration is now closed for this event.
ONSITE REGISTRATION NOT AVAILABLE
Washington Breakfast Club™ (WBC) is a monthly information exchange which features legislators, agency executives and officials from all branches of federal government presenting on relevant and timely information to interested industry participants.NOTE: Onsite registration is not available for the May 2010 event. Onsite substitutions not permitted.
For the May 2010 WBC we are pleased to welcome Dr. Nancy Shaw
, Deputy Chief Technology Officer for the Central Intelligence Agency who joins us to discuss cloud computing definitions, benefits and challenges, as well as how her organization is moving forward to leverage cloud computing technology.
About our Presenter
Dr. Shaw is serving a second tour at the CIA, currently as the Deputy Chief Technology Officer for the Chief Information Officer in CIA. In this capacity she manages and leads the day to day activities that assist the Chief Technology Officer in setting the strategic technology direction to enable CIA’s missions, actively engage across the IC to share and communicate IT solutions, and drive solutions for the rapid insertion and adoption of new capabilities to keep pace with technology change in the commercial sector.
The doors open at 7:15 AM for registration and networking with a hot buffet breakfast being served at 7:30. Each attendee will be given the opportunity to introduce him/herself and his/her company. Following this our speaker will present their program and we will turn it back over to networking following Q&A.
The cost of the event is $55.00 for prepaid registration. There is an additional $10.00 fee for onsite registration and payment. No onsite registration is available for this event.No-show's and late cancellations will be charged the full event price.
NOTE: Participation in the May 2010 Washington Breakfast Club™ is limited to U.S. Citizens representing U.S. owned/controlled companies. All registrations for this event subject to approval. Onsite substitutions not permitted.