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June 17, 2005

June 20: Harvard KSG 3E Panel on Current Practices In Public Sector IT Program Management

On Monday, June 20, I'm moderating a panel at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.  The panel, entitled "Current Practices In Public Sector IT Program Management", is part of a three-day workshop run by Professor Jerry Mechling, who directs the E-Government Executive Education Project (3E) at the Kennedy School. 

Panelists include

  • Phil Bertolini, CIO,Oakland County, Michigan
  • Scott Campbell, Chief eHealth Strategist, Government of Ontario
  • Gopal Kapur, President, Center for Project Management
  • Marty Wagner, Associate Administrator for Government-wide Policy, US General Services Administration

(Jerry recently won a Lifetime Achievement award from the National Association of State CIO's, and recently conducted an extended interview with Bill Gates you might find interesting.  Further, with IBM's support Jerry has been pioneering new e-learning techniques in the 3E Project's programs, using .LRN as his platform.)


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