Federal Business Council
This event is a one-day IT Vendor Day and attendees from the Bureau of Information Resource Management (IRM) and other departments will participate.
Why You Should Participate:
This audience is difficult to reach and the ongoing concept is to provide a forum where State Department personnel can evaluate new technologies, as well as company capabilities within an organized exposition. Employees will be encouraged to meet with industry exhibitors throughout the day to learn about their products and services and to exchange ideas.
The vendor space is limited and normally fills up quickly, so contact your FBC representative as soon as possible to secure your space.
STATE DEPARTMENT IT STRATEGIC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
GOAL 1: Deliver Advanced Capabilities to Foster Collaboration, Knowledge Management and Analytics
Technological advances in today’s digital IT environment offer an almost borderless arena for collaboration, knowledge management, data analysis and innovation. We will continue to deliver tools to engage our foreign partners and to connect people to the knowledge and information they need when they need it in support of foreign policy and operations.
GLOBAL IT INFRASTRUCTURE
GOAL 2: Provide a Robust and Secure IT Infrastructure that Supports On-Demand Access to Information
The global workforce depends on a modernized, secure and scalable IT infrastructure to accomplish their mission. The IT infrastructure must be secure, resilient and meet worldwide conditions for on-demand access. It must protect our information and IT assets against increasing cyber threats and vulnerabilities yet simultaneously support new IT solutions that provide access to collaborative tools and enable mobility.
IT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
GOAL 3: Advance Business Management Practices to Transform Service Delivery
The Department is committed to delivering world class IT customer services through effective business management processes and procedures and a high-caliber IT workforce. We will enhance our business service offering and capabilities through collaborative and cooperative partnerships within the Department, and will transform our business model to adapt to evolving requirements in IT management and service delivery.
The Marketing Service Package includes:
The U.S. Department of State is located at Constitution Avenue between 21st and 23rd Streets, Northwest, in Washington, DC. Exhibitors must use the 23rd Street Entrance.
We recommend using a small handcart to transport your equipment. Security guards will ask you to place your belongings on the x-ray machine and/or ask you to open large boxes or containers. Space is limited in the expo, so please travel light! There is no access to the loading dock. You should park your vehicle and then walk to the Front Entrance with your equipment. Pay parking is available at Columbia Plaza (2401 E Street, NW), the Kennedy Center Overflow lots and garages near the GWU/American Red Cross Building. Please park in a pay lot. You will not be escorted outside to feed your meter. FBC is not responsible for lack of parking. If possible, we suggest taking a cab to the site. Please arrive early to allow time for parking/walking. If you can carpool, then one person can drop off the other with the equipment at the 23rd St. entrance and then park. Exhibitors may not ship equipment/boxes ahead of time to the U.S. Department of State.
9800 Patuxent Woods Drive Suite H
Columbia, MD 21046
Phone: (301) 206-2940
Fax: (301) 206-2950
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