PHOTOS: FedScoop’s 4th annual MobileGov Summit

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FedScoop kicked off Feb. 27 its fourth annual MobileGov Summit at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Leaders from government and industry gathered to discuss the challenges and successes of mobility in the public sector. Below are pictures from the event.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_0111 Defense Department CIO Teri Takai discusses mobile government at the MobileGov Summit.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_014 Jacob Parcell, manager of mobile programs at the General Services Administration.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_017 Xavier Hughes, chief innovation officer at the Labor Department, speaks on a panel.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_021 Lisa DeMille, senior director of sales engineering at Salesforce, talks about how mobility in government is connecting agencies and empowering citizens.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_030 Peter Ziomek, CIO, efficiencies and mobility, Dept. of Navy; Neal Andrew, deputy, CIO Division, USMC; and Jeffrey Ait, director, public sector, North America, Good Technology, participate in a fireside chat.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_033 Nigel Ballard, director of federal marketing at Intel, moderated the fireside chat.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_035 Michael Valivullah, CTO of the National Agricultural Statistics Services at the Agriculture Department, highlighted how total mobility is still evolving.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_041 Brian Forde, senior adviser to the CTO, Mobile and Data Innovation, OSTP,
delivers a keynote speech on crowdsourcing.

2014_02_Neal-andrew-pic Neal Andrew, deputy, CIO Division at U.S. Marine Corps speaks on a panel.

2014_02_fS_MobileGov_Preview_038 Susie Adams, chief technology officer at Microsoft Federal Business, talks about what Microsoft is doing in mobility.

2014_02_hasmi-panel Tom Simmons, area VP for public sector at Citrix, and Sonny Hashmi, chief technology officer and acting chief information officer at the General Services Administration.

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