Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Government Summit 2016

April 13 - Washington, DC

Register Now Before Time Runs Out

This is your final chance to register for the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Government Summit 2016. Join us, and the cherry blossoms, on Wednesday, April 13th at the Washington Hilton, DC. Your time will be well spent so don't let this opportunity pass you by. Attend a morning kickoff and keynote by Dr. Madeleine K. Albright, followed by four breakout session opportunities offered across nine tracks, each exploring a pivotal theme for today's government IT professional. Hear an inspirational and uplifting keynote from Michael Durant, Retired Chief Warrant Officer Four, and learn insights from customers and Hewlett Packard Enterprise executives. See firsthand how you can leverage Hewlett Packard Enterprise to accelerate what's next and transform IT. Register now.

How your peers and some of IT industry's leading partners are working together to propel agencies further.

Some people say we're living in the digital economy, others the application economy, others the mobile economy.
At Hewlett Packard Enterprise, we like to call it the idea economy.

Thanks to technology, it has never been easier to disrupt, but it's also never been easier to be disrupted. Thriving in this "idea economy"
requires a new model for IT, where it is transformed from just a cost center to an engine of continuous value creation.
Successful agencies use their IT to propel their businesses further, faster.

Announcing the launch of Citizen.nxt at HPE Government Summit. What will it mean to be a citizen in the future?

With the rise of e-government, citizens already have more civic power and government access than ever before. However, many government entities
are still mired in bureaucracy that makes it hard to innovate. Governments will have to work hard to deliver the services that constituents need and want,
or ineffective agencies could be sidelined by private companies that deliver faster and better.

What will governing agencies—city, state, federal and even international—look like in the future?
Find out by joining us on Wednesday, April 13 for the 6th Annual Hewlett Packard Enterprise Government Summit.

+35 Sessions Announced

Come experience how we accelerate success through IT transformation.
Browse the full agenda now.

Explore the nine-track agenda, encompassing all transformation areas of Transform, Protect, Empower, and Enable.
Plus an additional Defense Healthcare track! Join us to gain better insights and learn smarter tactics
that can help you succeed today as you map to these new technology.

Keynotes Announced!

We are proud to announce our Morning Keynote, Dr. Madeleine K. Albright, America's first female U.S. Secretary of State, Dr. Albright draws on her extensive experience in public service and her ongoing work
in the private sector to offer audiences a unique and up-to-the-minute perspective
on the issues confronting the United States and the world.

Dr. Albright’s presentations are renowned for their powerful insights, fascinating stories and skillful analysis. Throughout her varied career, Albright has never been afraid to “tell it like it is.” Drawing upon her memory, her parents’ written reflections, interviews with contemporaries and newly-available documents, Albright offers a moving account of this tumultuous period. On May 29, 2012, President Obama awarded Dr. Albright the U.S. Medal of Freedom—the nation's highest civilian honor. Join us at the Washington Hilton on April 13th, to see her live! For Dr. Albright’s full bio, please click here.

Join your peers and IT leaders at the 6th Annual
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Government Summit

The Government now recognizes that Cloud adoption, bolstered security, harnessing Big Data, and delivering mobile services
are essential to modern service delivery. Accelerate your transformation process today as you map to these new technologies.

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