Featured Speakers :

Robert Bectel
CTO and Senior Policy Advisor
Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
COL Stephen Birch
CIO G6
US Army
Daniel Chapple
Supervisory Cyber Counterintelligence Specialist
Department of Health and Human Services
Sanjay Sardar
CIO
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Wolf Tombe
CTO
US Customs & Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security
Matthew Goodrich
Program Manager, FedRAMP PMO
GSA

5th Annual Cloud Computing for DoD and Government

The 5th Annual Cloud Computing conference for DoD and Government seeks to build on the success of last year’s event and refine its scope by addressing the newest developments in Cloud Computing in the public sector. As cloud matures and becomes the accepted industry norm, IDGA will bring together leading experts to speak about the challenges associated with the implementation and maintaining of cloud systems and how to overcome them. It will shed light on best practice to address issues like migrating information to the cloud, data center consolidation, cyber security, ensuring interoperability, and many more.

Join us to learn more from the best and the brightest in the industry for an intimate, in-depth, and insightful conference that will give you the opportunity to network and get your questions answered to deliver results on your own goals and objectives.

U.S. Government information, statistics, and spending on Cloud Computing:

  • $20 billion out of $80 billion (25%) of total annual IT budget is being dedicated to cloud systems
  • Despite reduced IT spending, cloud computing spending is expected to rise because it is seen as a way of cutting cost
  • Federal private cloud services spending will reach $1.7 billion in FY2014. IDC Government Insights expects to see this market reach $7.7 billion by FY2017.
  • Across other industries, Software as a Service (SaaS) is the leading type of cloud. But in government, it's Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Between now and 2017, IaaS will grow to $5.4 billion, SaaS will grow to $2.4 billion and Platform as a Service (PaaS) will grow to $1.1 billion.