Join PSC on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at 10 a.m., for our annual Federal CIO Survey Kick-Off meeting. Volunteer opportunities include supporting the interview process and executing the final report.
What is the Annual CIO Survey?
An annual publication produced through personal member-conducted discussions with CIO’s, CTO’s, Chief Data Officers and other senior government officials throughout the federal government to get an understanding of their concerns and priorities.
What is our Goal?
* Provide a snapshot of what’s driving agency IT initiatives and investments, and general trends. A high-level view of the policy, technology, and a general landscape in federal IT.
* Provide government customers the opportunity to express their current and future needs;
* Encourage greater government/industry communication and interchange on issues, technology, programs and other areas of mutual interest.
PSC POLICY LEADS
Director, Vision Federal Market Forecast
Michelle Jobse is the Director of the PSC Vision Market Forecast and Conference. In its 55th year, the Vision program is the only non-profit forecast that addresses the defense, civilian, and federal information technology markets. In her role, Michelle leads over twenty teams of 275+ industry member volunteers who each year, through market research and an extensive interview process—gather, collate, and analyze information for the annual Vision Federal Market Conference.
Senior Associate, Public Policy
Prior to joining PSC, Christian served as a legislative research associate and most recently as manager of strategic programs at the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). In both these roles, Christian assisted NDIA’s Policy Department on small business issues and defense issues relating to foreign military sales (FMS), export control reform, and the international political landscape surrounding these issues. Christian has also served as an intern with Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF), and in the United States Senate.
May 12, 2021
10 - 11 a.m. ET
Free for members
Closed to nonmembers