Federal Business Council
This will be a hybrid event with approximately 200 live seats and unlimited virtual capacity. The live event portion will be held in the lobby of the HHS HQ Building in Washington, DC (Hubert H. Humphrey Building - 200 Independence Avenue, SW). Sessions will be streamed for virtual attendees who will also have the ability to ask questions in real time.There will be 25 vendor exhibit tables for demonstrating products/services which the CDC can use to aid in mission functions. These would be IT related technologies for Data, modeling, computation, forecasting, etc.The event will consist of morning sessions conducted by the CDC and afternoon sessions conducted by vendors with product/service solutions to meet CDC procurement objectives.From the CDC website:The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced $26 Million in funding to develop next-generation infectious disease forecasting and analytics.
The agency will provide $21 million to support research and development of advanced infectious disease models and analytical tools. The awards will support three years of work at five leading academic institutions: University at Albany, State University of New York; Johns Hopkins University; Stanford University; the University of Utah and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The CDC also announced $5 million to support collaborations with the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy to further advance federal infectious disease modeling capabilities. These funds will support rapid-response research projects and provide access to high performance computing resources.
These investments are part of a broader effort to improve the nation’s ability to use data, modeling, and analytics to improve pandemic preparedness and response. Funding for these projects comes from the American Rescue Plan of 2021.
The funded work will:
These awards are the first investments by CDC’s Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics (CFA).
“These investments will improve the nation’s ability to forecast infectious-disease outbreaks and to better inform local leaders on how to respond,” said, Dylan George, CFA’s Director for Operations. “We are excited to work with the renowned experts on these needed projects.”
Other activities by CFA will include providing modeling and analytical capabilities to federal, state, tribal, territorial, and local partners. The new Center will also provide timely and accessible information to the public. CFA is expected to formally launch in early 2022.
All IT Technologies that involve Data, Computation, Analytics, Forecasting & More!
Event Supporter - $495
Marketing Sponsorship - $1,250
Speaking Marketing Service Package - $2,500
Registration Sponsorship - $5,000 (2 Available)
Standard Marketing Service Package - $1,295 (and Small Business Marketing Package)
Bronze Sponsorship - $2,250
Silver Sponsorship - $3,450
Gold Sponsorship - $5,000
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