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Tune in on August 7, 2024 at 2:00PM EST

Federal agencies often grapple with legacy systems, tight budgets and slow procurement processes, but employees and citizens expect modern, digital experiences. How can federal leaders meet these expectations?

Enter GenAI and low-code platforms. By exploring and adopting these software development tools, public sector agencies are enabling greater organizational agility, modernizing systems and enhancing citizen engagement. Join GovExec, OutSystems and IBM as we explore how government and industry leaders are leveraging low-code and GenAI to:

  • Accelerate software development and digital transformation
  • Reduce technical debt
  • Overcome challenges of legacy skill sets
  • Mitigate risk and maximize security

Speakers

LeAnn Oliver

Director, Corporate Business Systems, OCFO

Department of Energy

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LeAnn Oliver

Director, Corporate Business Systems, OCFO

Department of Energy

LeAnn Oliver joined the Department of Energy in September of 2010.  Since 2019 she has served as the Director, Corporate Business Systems, where she is responsible for the $50 million budget that supports the IT operations that run the 32 accounting, contracting, HR, and other support systems. Her staff moved all 32 systems from on-prem to the cloud.

Previously she served as a senior advisor in the Office of the CFO and as the Associate CIO for IT Policy and Governance where she was responsible for re-designing the department’s governance process as well as the capital planning and investment process.  She also led the development of policies on a variety of IT subjects and worked on the implementation of FITARA.

She came to DOE as the Director of Weatherization and Intergovernmental Programs, where she managed $11 billion in Recovery Act funding in 3 grant programs, weatherizing 600,000 residential units 3 months ahead of schedule.  Subsequently, she served as the Senior Advisor for Clean Energy and Rural Development to the Deputy Assistant Secretaries for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. 

Prior to joining DOE she served four years at the Department of Agriculture where she was the Deputy Administrator for Cooperative Programs in Rural Development with a variety of responsibilities related to grant programs and supporting farmer cooperatives that were interested in expanding into renewable energy, local food systems, value added agricultural production and a range of rural economic development activities.  

She started her federal career as a Presidential Management Intern (now Presidential Management Fellows) at the Small Business Administration where she spent most of her time in the finance programs, working her way up to the senior executive position of Deputy Administrator for Capital Access where she managed loan making and servicing of a portfolio of over 450,000 loans worth $50 billion. She supervised 10 remote sites across the country with staff of 350 plus contracts employing another 400-600 people. Her last job at SBA was serving as the senior career executive responsible for over $120 million in annual grants to more than 150 organizations that provided entrepreneurial training to America’s small businesses and aspiring small businesses.  

LeAnn holds an MPA in Public Finance from the State University of New York at Albany, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. She also recently (2019) earned a Certificate in Strategy and Innovation at the Sloan School at MIT in Boston. 

 

Madhu Murthy

Senior Technical Adviser for the Technology, Innovations, and Engineering division of the Office of the Chief Information Officer

U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

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Madhu Murthy

Senior Technical Adviser for the Technology, Innovations, and Engineering division of the Office of the Chief Information Officer

U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

Madhu Murthy is an accomplished IT professional with over 20 years of hands-on experience in program management, enterprise agile architectures, and solutions development. He has a proven track record in providing strategic and technical guidance in delivering mission-critical and cutting-edge IT systems to organizations across private and public sectors. Currently, Madhu serves as a Senior Technical Adviser for the Technology, Innovations, and Engineering division of the Office of the Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). In this role, he supports the formulation and execution of federal and DOL enterprise-wide shared service initiatives involving Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing, Data, Enterprise Architecture, and Solution Development.

 

Madhu is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and holds memberships in The Open Group and Association of Enterprise Architects. He is committed to technical excellence in DOL mission-critical IT solutions delivery to provide value to the public.

 

Jim Hutcherson

Low-Code/No-Code CTO Lead

IBM

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Jim Hutcherson

Low-Code/No-Code CTO Lead

IBM

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Heather Kuldell-Ware

Former Editor-in-Chief

GovExec

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Heather Kuldell-Ware

Former Editor-in-Chief

GovExec

Heather Kuldell-Ware is a freelance editor and writer who has covered government technology and cybersecurity for the last 15 years. Her work has appeared in Nextgov, C4ISRNET, Federal Times, GCN and other government-focused publications. When she’s not thinking about cloud computing or AI advancements, she is playing with consumer gadgets for Popular Science and AP Buyline.

 

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