REI is the proud creator and host of two breakfast forum series in partnership with some of the most prominent universities in the United States. These events gather professionals from Government, academia, and the corporate realm to establish a community with which to discuss important topics, learn about new innovations, and share accomplishments and lessons learned. Our forum communities encourage mutual improvement and success among all who participate.
Lee Richardson is a Solution Samurai at InfernoRed ( http://infernoredtech.com ) where he gets to apply his passion for .Net development, open source software, continuous integration, building cross platform mobile apps, and hardware hacking. He has been consulting and building software in the DC area for over 18 years.
Lee also founded Siren of Shame ( http://sirenofshame.com ), a USB based siren and build monitor, which he runs in his spare time. Keep up to date with him at http://twitter.com/lprichar or on his blog http://www.leerichardson.com
REI Systems is a Gold Sponsor for the 2018 TBM Council Public Sector Summit
The public sector continues to embrace the TBM Council’s standards, education and collaboration. In 2016, the TBM Council led the 2016 Federal Commission on IT Cost, Opportunity, Strategy, and Transparency (IT COST) recommendations for managing federal IT spend. In 2017, they united public and private sector CIOs and CFOs at the 2017 White House Summit on Technology Business Management to show federal IT and finance leaders how to effectively manage spend.
And now, in 2018, the TBM Council will host 200+ public and private sector executives at their first annual Public Sector Summit on Technology Business Management to help provide leadership perspectives on TBM and broaden the adoption of TBM Taxonomy across the public sector. This one day summit will help drive executive commitment and support for TBM beyond compliance and share some of the practices that have worked in the private and public sectors to drive organizational change and support for TBM.
This summit is free for public sector employees with valid .gov, .edu or other valid government domains. Private sector executives in IT and IT Finance pay a fee of $195. All public sector consultants, technology vendors, and other advisory practices must pay an event fee of $1995 (limited to 30 spots on a first come first serve). Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Government Employee: No Charge
Private Sector: $195
Vendor or Contractor: $1995
For nearly 30 years, the Executive Leadership Conference (ELC) and Management of Change (MOC) Conference
have gathered the most dynamic and creative government IT professionals for an intensive, highly collaborative
exploration of new technologies, best practices and mission-critical issues. Their impact has been felt by thousands
of government and industry participants.
To address the needs of an increasingly technology-driven government community, ACT-IAC is merging the best of
ELC and MOC into a single event and the first of its kind, Imagine Nation – ELC 2018.
As the premier conference for 21st century government technology, Imagine Nation – ELC 2018 will feature government
and industry experts and unrivaled agenda content, an Expo Hall to showcase innovative government and industry IT
solutions, and a community eager to network with like-minded peers.
This is where we come together as a community to collaborate with the brightest minds from the public and private sectors
for innovative ideas and practical approaches with bold thinking and creative energy.