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Federal agencies are looking forward to the new year with a renewed sense of possibility. 2020 has offered organizations the chance to face challenges in a new light—and with new outcomes. Transformations that once took months, or even years, were accomplished in days or weeks.
The obligation for the public sector and industry to work together to solve problems has never been greater.
Please join Oracle CEO Safra Catz and Pat Mungovan, Senior Vice President, Oracle Public Sector, along with federal and industry leaders, for a 90-minute program highlighting real-world examples of how agencies are changing the way they do business—and using technology to conquer today’s most pressing challenges.
The Oracle One Federal program will offer attendees a chance to learn more about:
*Agenda subject to change
SVP, Public Sector, Oracle
Federal CTO, Intel Corporation
CIO, US Army Corps of Engineers
SVP, Public Sector, Oracle
Safra A. Catz has served as chief executive officer of Oracle Corporation since 2014 and a member of the company’s board of directors since 2001. She previously served as president of Oracle and has also served as the company’s chief financial officer. Prior to being named president, Catz held various other positions since starting at Oracle in 1999. She currently serves as a director of The Walt Disney Company and previously served as a director of HSBC Holdings plc.
Pat Mungovan is the senior vice president for North America Public Sector technology sales, including cloud and license and customer engineering. In his current capacity, Mungovan is charged with leading a transformation across Oracle's Public Sector business. A 15-year Oracle veteran, he holds an MBA from MIT and a BA in Economics from Holy Cross.
Steve Orrin is Intel’s Federal CTO and a Senior Principal Engineer. He leads Public Sector Solution Architecture, Strategy, and Technology Engagements and has held technology leadership positions at Intel where he has led cybersecurity programs, products, and strategy. Steve was previously CSO for Sarvega, CTO of Sanctum, CTO and Cofounder of LockStar, and CTO at SynData Technologies. Steve is a recognized expert and frequent lecturer on enterprise security, He was named one of InfoWorld's Top 25 CTO's, received Executive Mosaic’s Top CTO Executives Award, was the Vice-Chair of the NSITC/IDESG Security Committee and was a Guest Researcher at NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE). He is a fellow at the Center for Advanced Defense Studies and the vice-chair of the INSA Cyber Committee. Steve is a member of AFCEA, ISACA, OASIS, IACR, and is a Cofounder and Officer of WASC.
Mr. Dovarius L. Peoples was selected for the Senior Executive Service in January of 2016. He assumed the position of the Chief Information Officer (CIO)/ G6 in April of 2019 with the US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE). In this role, he serves as the principal advisor to the Commanding General on information technology issues. He is responsible for all aspects of information resource management and information technology for USACE. Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Peoples served as the Deputy to the Commanding General, U.S. Army NETCOM. In this capacity, Mr. Peoples provided senior technical leadership to ensure Army Theater level networks were integrated into the Army's portion of the Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) and enterprise constructs. The command employed over 14,000 military, civilian and contractor personnel located in every theater in 20 countries around the world and with an annual budget of in excess of $1.4 billion.
Mike Sicilia is executive vice president of Oracle's global business units. In his previous role he was the senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Construction and Engineering, the business unit that focuses on enterprise project and portfolio management solutions for asset-intensive industries.
Sicilia joined Oracle as part of its 2008 acquisition of Primavera Systems and was named senior vice president and general manager of that business unit in 2011. After Oracle’s 2016 acquisition of Textura, a leading provider of construction contracts and payment management cloud services, the Oracle Primavera global business unit was renamed Oracle Construction and Engineering.
Prior to joining Oracle, Sicilia worked at Primavera Systems, joining the development department in 1993, where he worked as a programmer on the company’s flagship products. He was named Primavera’s chief technology officer in 2006. As CTO, he set the technology direction for products and managed the global development team. Sicilia led the technical and product presentations and due diligence team that worked through the Oracle acquisition. He graduated from Saint Joseph’s University (Pennsylvania) with a BS in computer science.
David Knox is a world-renowned technologist with patents and multiple book publications with a specialty in computer security, data management and data analytics. Mr. Knox is considered a top innovator in leadership, critical thinking and organizational execution. Mr. Knox has worked in R&D Advanced Technology Labs and run world-wide organizations.
Mr. Knox has spent over 20 years at Oracle Corporation. In that tenure, Mr. Knox was VP of National Security Solutions, built and ran Oracle’s first Solution Engineering organization, was Senior Technical Director of the Oracle Protected Enterprise & Security Business, and was Chief Engineer for Oracle's pioneering Information Assurance Center.
David has published several books on Oracle Security. David has a BS in Computer Science from University of Maryland and a MS in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.
Mr. Tesnow serves as the Vice President of Federal Consulting for Mythics. He has oversight for all Civilian and DoD programs. Mr. Tesnow has more than 20 years of IT experience including both Federal and DoD customers, with 15 years focused on implementing large scale Oracle programs. Mr. Tesnow has earned graduate degrees from the National Defense University and Villanova University. He is a Certified Federal Contract Manager, Project Management Professional, and holds several Oracle Cloud Certifications.
Todd Matters, RackWare’s Cofounder and Chief Technology Officer, has years of technical experience in the computer industry. Prior to RackWare, Todd worked with QLogic and Unisys. He was a Cofounder, CTO, and Vice President of Engineering at InfiniCon, which was acquired by QLogic in 2006. Matters graduated with honors from Millersville State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Mathematics.
Ashmore provides leadership and oversight of the information technology (IT) systems and security activities for a workforce of more than 83,000. As the head of the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), he leads the Department's efforts in developing and implementing IT policies, managing high priority projects, and planning strategic IT investments. Ashmore also provides leadership and oversight of the Department's $6.3B IT portfolio, which supports its expansive mission to enhance the health and well-being of Americans.
In addition to being a US Air Force veteran, Ashmore's experience in hands-on IT management spans more than 30 years of Federal service His wealth of experience in policy, procurement, human resources, and technology solutions will compliment and support our efforts well, and ensure that OCIO will continue to deliver, grow, and empower HHS using technology.
As the Global Oracle IaaS lead for Accenture, Chris Pasternak is responsible for Accenture's business related to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Databases. This includes developing new business and supporting Accenture's existing clients. Since the end of 2015, when Oracle really began its major IaaS push, Pasternak has owned the relationship between Accenture, its clients, and Oracle. He and his team spend a great deal of time developing solutions and assets that help clients move to Oracle Cloud more quickly and efficiently. As part of the Accenture Oracle Business Group (AOBG), Pasternak's team brings the best of Accenture's thought leadership around cloud, Oracle technology, and IT strategy.
After executing more than 300 tests and dozens of new deployments on Oracle's Cloud Infrastructure, Pasternak and his team have published multiple points of view and two white papers. Additionally, Pasternak has spoken about Oracle technology, infrastructure, and the advancement of cloud technology at a variety of industry forums and events, including Oracle OpenWorld. He is also a member of Oracle's Cloud Advisory Board for Cloud Infrastructure.