Transcript of "'The Emerging Federal Mobility Strategy' / Richard Holgate, Assistant Director for Science & Technology/CIO, ATF, DOJ"
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Office of Science and Technology The Emerging Federal Mobility Strategy February 23, 2012 Rick Holgate Co-chair, Federal Mobility Strategy Task Force Assistant Director for Science & Technology / CIO Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives
Office of Science and Technology The End of the PC Era Source: Asymco 23 February 2012 3
Office of Science and Technology Changing our Approach Reducing risks through costly, government- Commercial capabilities, while more cost-effective, unique technologies and solutions entail risks that not all agencies can accept How do we more effectively adopt consumer/commercial technologies, without compromising security and privacy? Think this is unrealistic or too ambitious? Costs See NSA’s Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSFC) program as one example Risks 23 February 2012 4
Office of Science and Technology Developments to Date • ACT-IAC Advanced Mobility Working Group (c. July 2011) • Decision to pursue a Federal Mobility Strategy (October 2011) • Federal Mobility Strategy Task Force (December 2011 - January 2012) • National Dialogue on Federal Mobility Strategy @ mobility-strategy.ideascale.com (January 11-27, 2012) – 134 ideas, 455 users 23 February 2012 5
Office of Science and Technology National Dialogue: Popular Ideas • 508 / WCAG 2.0 Accessibility • Develop Shared Services Catalog • Web to Mobile – Content Portability • Make Govt. Mobile Apps Easy for Elderly and Disabled • Create Mobility Centers of Excellence • The power of crowds • Collaboration: the next-generation of information sharing • Establish Federal Mobility Infrastructure Standards • Consider Responsive Web Design • Apps are easy…enterprise strategy, not so much 23 February 2012 6
Office of Science and Technology Draft Federal Mobility Strategy • Incorporate the power and possibilities of mobility into Federal government efforts. • Build mobile technologies/services for reuse and share common services among agencies and public developers. • Efficiently manage mobile and wireless acquisition, inventory, and expenses. • Create a government-wide foundation to provide mobility services and functionality needed in all agencies. • Foster collaboration to accelerate mobility across government. • Establish governance structure for Federal mobility. 23 February 2012 7
Office of Science and Technology Web and Mobility Strategies: Many Related Issues Citizens Federal (increasingly Workforce mobile) (increasingly mobile) Mobility Strategy Web Strategy Applications, Data, Content 23 February 2012 8
Office of Science and Technology Differing Perspectives Web Reform Mobility Strategy Strategy • “weeding the • “planting next garden” year’s crop” 23 February 2012 9
Office of Science and Technology Web and Mobility Strategies: An Integrated Approach Citizens Federal (increasingly Workforce mobile) (increasingly mobile) Smartly, Secure ly, and Affordably Supporting a Delivering Mobile 21st Century Workforce Government Applications, Data, Information Content and Services 23 February 2012 10
Office of Science and Technology Integrated Web and Mobility Strategy Devices (do it right first) (Shared) Infrastructure Privacy & Security Governance Presentation Enterprise Public Facing (fix) (& accessibility) Application Editorial Content (unstructured data) (Structured) Data 23 February 2012 11
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