The Fall Town Hall Meeting took place September 25 at the Washington D.C. Convention Center.
Cindy Auten, general manager and Steve O'Keeffe, executive director of Telework Exchange kick off the event.
John Porcari, Deputy Secretary of Transportation, delivered the morning keynote and addressed how the agency supports mobile workers to achieve agency-wide goals such as improving fuel efficiency.
Attendees visited the Mobility Center to learn about the latest technology supporting telework.
Attendees examined how mobility is moving into the Federal fast lane, and the impact it will have on telework and the future of work.
Attendees stopped at each booth to gather information on how to enable mobile workers and improve telework programs.
Attendees used the new Town Hall Meeting mobile app to share contact info, plan their day, and receive exclusive offers and news.
Panelists Rick Holgate, Mary Givinnes, Michael Krieger, and Emily Timmerman discussed the OMB Digital Government Strategy and its impact on telework.
Panelists Naomi Leventhal, Arleas Upton Kea, Deborah Cohn, and Kim Wells discussed strategies to embed telework into agency operations and culture.
Arleas Upton Kea from FDIC discussed how to set realistic telework program goals, select measurement tools, and determine results.
During networking breaks, attendees shared their telework experiences with one another.
Panelists Gregory Wilshusen, Walter Bigelow, Jean-Paul Bergeaux, and Donna Dodson discussed mobile device security.
Panelists William Milton Jr., Justin Johnson, Jeri Buchholz, and Josh Sawislak discussed the changing workforce.
Town Hall Meeting attendees had the chance to network at the event.
David DeVries, DoD Deputy Chief Information Officer for Information Enterprise, delivered the luncheon keynote and discussed the agency’s mobile device strategy.
A large crowd gathered during the luncheon keynote to learn about mobile technology.
Panelists Kimberly Hancher, William Hickox, Bill Lewis, Charles McClam, and David Smith examined mobile device management and the BYOD toolkit.
Panelists Richard Slusher, Wade Hannum, Rebecca Ayers, and Pamela Budda examined telework challenges and how to overcome them.
Attendees heard from nearly 30 government and industry speakers on what it takes to build and manage a secure, mobile workforce.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C.
Complimentary to government employees; industry rates apply.
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