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Annual Speakers


2016 Annual Agenda

Agenda: Monday, September 19th

  • Registration

    7am-4pm | Grande Registration Desk, Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Networking Breakfast

    7:30-8:30am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

  • Networking Break

    8:30-9am | Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Welcome & Keynote

    9-10:30am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Building Word Class Teams, Robyn Benincasa

    Robyn Benincasa will take NASCIO attendees on a fast-paced multimedia adventure which visually and viscerally imparts the mindset that allows teams to adapt, overcome, and win as ONE against all odds… especially when the stakes are high, the goals are audacious, and constant change is the only thing your team can count on (aside from one another!).

    The Essential Elements of Human Synergy (PDF)

  • Networking Break

    10:30-11am | Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Insights from the World of Public Sector Leadership: 2016 State CIO Survey

    11am-12pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Explore the priorities, perspectives, issues and trends reported by state CIOs. The 2016 state CIO survey, conducted by NASCIO, Grant Thornton and CompTIA, provides insights into the role of state CIO, including key relationships, business trends and critical policy areas.

    Doug Robinson, Executive Director, NASCIO
    Graeme Finley, Managing Director, Grant Thornton

    Morgan Reed, Chief Information Officer, State of Arizona
    David Garcia, Secretary of Information Technology, State of Maryland



    Presentation (PDF)
  • Lunch

    12-1:15pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons F-H (Lobby Level)

  • Top Ten Talks

    1:30-2pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Five speakers will have just 5 minutes to deliver a focused talk on one of the CIO Top Ten Priorities.

    Security and Risk Management
    Michael Watson, Chief Information Security Officer, Commonwealth of Virginia

    Cloud Services
    Todd Kimbriel, Chief Information Officer, State of Texas

    Business Intelligence and Data Analytics
    Dewand Neely, Chief Information Officer, State of Indiana

    Legacy Modernization
    Mahesh Nattanmai, Executive Deputy Chief Information Officer, State of New York

    Budget and Cost Control
    Ron Baldwin, Chief Information Officer, State of Montana



    Presentations (PDF): Security | Cloud Services | Data Analytics | Legacy Modernization | Cost Control  
  • Speed Networking

    2-3:30pm | Palazzo Ballroom,Salons F-H (Lobby Level)

    This modified speed-networking session will allow for quick, introductory conversations focused on the needs and vision of the states and the complementary solutions, services and expertise offered by NASCIO corporate partners. Pick a state, watch the timer and network! There will be three networking rounds.  

  • Open Networking

    3:30-6pm | Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Awards Dinner

    6-8pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Join NASCIO in honoring outstanding achievements in the field of information technology. The recipients of the 2016 State IT Recognition Awards, the State Technology Innovator Award and the Thomas M. Jarret Cybersecurity Scholarship will be announced.

Agenda: Tuesday, September 20th

  • Registration

    7am-3pm | Grande Registration Desk, Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Social Stroll

    7:15-8am | Meet at Valencia Patio & Terrace (Lower Level)

    Take advantage of the beautiful resort grounds. Wake up with a leisurely stroll around the walking path with fellow attendees. To-go coffee will be provided.

  • Networking Breakfast

    8-8:45am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

  • Corporate Longevity Awards and Topical Roundtables

    9-10:30am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Corporate members play a vital role in the success of NASCIO. Join the NASCIO president for a recognition of companies that have reached significant milestones in their membership.

    Pick a table, explore timely topics and connect with your peers. A corporate and state member will be available at each roundtable to facilitate discussion. There will be three networking rounds.   

  • Networking Break

    10:30-11am | Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • State Governments at Risk: 2016 Cybersecurity Survey

    11am-12pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Cybersecurity is consistently ranked as a primary concern for state governments. This session will highlight key findings of the 2016 Deloitte-NASCIO Cybersecurity Survey.

    Mark Raymond, Chief Information Officer, State of Connecticut
    Agnes Kirk, Chief Information Security Officer, State of Washington

    Tad Stahl, Chief Information Security Officer, State of Indiana

    Srini Subramanian, Principal, Deloitte
    Michael Wyatt, Managing Director, Deloitte



    Presentation (PDF)
  • Lunch

    12-1:15pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons F-H (Lobby Level)

  • Learning Lounges

    1:30-2:45pm | Locations Listed Below

    Participants will drive the discussion in these interactive and informal sessions focused on shared learning and a robust exchange of ideas, solutions, best practices, challenges and viewpoints. Facilitators will anchor the conversation with area expertise and case studies.

    Cross-Jurisdictional Collaboration
    Stu Davis, Chief Information Officer, State of Ohio
    Jerry Mechling, PhD (former Research VP, Gartner & Lecturer, Harvard University)
    Phillip Bertolini, Chief Information Officer and Deputy County Executive, Oakland County
    Presentation (PDF)


    State IT Workforce
    Stephanie Dedmon, Deputy CIO, Strategic Technology Solutions, State of Tennessee
    Richard Spires, CEO, Learning Tree International (former CIO, US Department of Homeland Security & IRS)

    Presentation (PDF)

    Digital Government
    David Behen, Chief Information Officer, State of Michigan
    Suzanne Pauley, Director, eMichigan

    Jim Foley, Senior Project Executive, IBM

    Presentation (PDF)

    Always On, Always Connected (IoT and Emerging Technologies)
    Eric Ellis, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer and iCenter Director, State of North Carolina
    Dan Lohrmann, Chief Strategist and Chief Security Officer, Security Mentor


  • Networking Break

    2:45-3pm | Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Pinnacle Keynote

    3-4pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    The Warrior Within, DJ Eagle Bear Vanas

    Using wisdom discovered in traditional Native American ceremonies, you'll learn the true purpose of a warrior - not what we see on TV or in movies. Warriors spent their lives developing their talent and abilities to become assets to the tribe they served. Today that tribe can be your family, company, community, or clients - anyone you serve. DJ will inspire you to have clarity in chaos, a commitment to victory regardless of circumstance, courage in the face of fear and develop a resilience to thrive in tough conditions.

  • Open Networking

    4-5:30pm | Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Premier Reception

    6-7:30pm | Offsite Location

    (state members and invited guests only)

Agenda: Wednesday, September 21st

  • Registration

    7-11:30am | Grande Registration Desk, Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Networking Breakfast

    7:30-8:30am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

  • Networking Break

    8:30-9am | Palazzo Ballroom Foyer (Lobby Level)

  • Leadership Lessons Learned...Outside the Office

    9-9:45am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Get good advice disguised as an entertaining story. State CIOs and other NASCIO members must wear multiple hats on a daily basis and attend to a broad range of responsibilities. To be successful in this environment requires important leadership traits. Five speakers will present Ignite-style talks on leadership lessons learned outside the office (e.g. through a hobby, travel experience or volunteer role).


    Complete Commitment: Lessons Learned Through a Life Filled with Music, Martial Arts, Technology and Great Friends

    Tom Baden, Chief Information Officer, State of Minnesota

    How to Build a Sailboat in 9,999 Easy Steps
    Tom Perry, Sr. Principal Transformation Consultant, CA Technologies

    Managing Chaos and Complexity: What I Learned as a Marine
    Maurice Uenuma, Strategic Account Manager, Tripwire

    Aligning Purpose, Passion and Projects to Improve Performance
    Steve Tolbert, Vice President, State and Local Government Services, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Volcanoes and Volunteerism: Leadership Lessons Learned in the Peace Corps
    Amy Glasscock, Senior Policy Analyst, NASCIO



    Presentations (PDF): Tom Perry | Steve Tolbert | Maurice Uenuma | Amy Glasscock | Tom Baden  
  • Networking Break

    9:45-10am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

  • The Future State

    10-11:30am | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    State government runs on IT. More than “boxes and wires and red blinking lights,” technology is a connective and innovative force that is integral to the future state. This interactive session will explore the trends shaping IT, the role of the CIO and the involvement of private sector partners. Join a diverse panel for a look to the future with a little help from the Magic 8 Ball. 

    Paul Taylor, Chief Content Officer, e.Republic
    Hardik Bhatt, Chief Information Officer and Secretary Designate, State of Illinois
    Brenda Berlin, Deputy Chief Information Officer & Chief Financial Officer, State of Colorado

    Kay Meyer, Principal Industry Consultant, SLG Operations, SAS
    Bill Finnerty, Gartner, Inc.

  • Conference Reflection & Takeaways

    11:30am-12pm | Palazzo Ballroom, Salons D&E (Lobby Level)

    Before jumping on a plane and back to the “real world,” take a moment to reflect and digest on what you’ve learned at the NASCIO Annual Conference. Attendees will have the opportunity to share with others their top takeaways and make connections with those interested in focusing on the same issue post-conference.

  • State Member Lunch

    12-1pm | Quench, Poolside Bar and Grill

    Grab some lunch before departing #NASCIO16.

    (state members only)


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    NASCIO Give Back

    Give Back donations will support The Melrose Center, OrlandoPublic Library’s hub for innovation, technology and collaboration. The Center is home to a fab lab, state-of-the-art audio and video studios, high-end computers, podcasting booths and more. The center is used by adults and kids alike, and since its mission is to foster fluency in and love for technology, offers a whole host of camps, classes and events that help develop tech skills and abilities in young people.

    Classes introduce youth to circuitry and robotics, 3-D printing and design, and coding. It also hosts programming camps, Minecraft-themed classes and so much more. All of these offerings are offered at no or extremely low cost, which means the Melrose Center makes technology education and training accessible and affordable for all kids in Orange County.

     A suggested donation of $35 will help offset the cost of supplies, such as Arduinos, circuitry and materials for 3-D printing, that are used in camps and classes to allow kids to take their projects home and keep learning.

    Give Back: Make a Donation to The Melrose Center