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  • 1. August 24, 2011
    Advanced Mobility Working Group:
    Dialog Outcomes and Next Steps
  • 2. Motivation
    Technology and user expectations are rapidly evolving – consumerization of IT, especially in mobility
    Many grass roots efforts are under way across the federal government to address these new demands
    Mobility affects both the federal enterprise and delivery of citizen services
    Implications in policy, acquisition strategy, security, infrastructure, applications, service models, …
    Identify key areas of focus that impact the government’s ability to move more aggressively in mobility
    2
  • 3. Dialog
    Online
    June 24 - July 25, 400+ visitors, 40+ ideas, 300+ votes
    In-person
    July 14, 30+ participants
    Complementary to GSA’s MobileGov initiative
    Objectives:
    Solicit inputs, comments, interaction
    Identify common needs and themes
    Establish a community
    How can we most effectively meet these demands across the federal space?
    What can we learn from each other?
    What common needs and solutions can we identify?
    How can government and industry best collaborate?
    3
  • 4. Agencies Represented
    Library of Congress
    Department of the Navy
    Department of Justice
    Federal Trade Commission
    Department of Agriculture
    Department of Homeland Security
    Department of Energy
    Government Printing Office
    Social Security Administration
    National Institutes of Health
    General Services Administration
    Federal Aviation Administration
    Office of Personnel Management
    4
  • 5. Dialog Topic Areas
    App Eco-System
    Continuum of developers, providers, and consumers of infrastructure, devices, applications, and content
    Security
    New challenges & concerns related to adoption of consumer-centric devices
    Human Capital
    Evolving work styles and workforce expectations; governance
    IT Infrastructure
    Impacts at the enterprise and national levels
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  • 6. A Spectrum of Potentially Helpful Solutions
    Information sharing
    Policy/guidance (“myth busters”)
    Reference architectures
    Standards (compliance)
    Clearinghouses for reusable solutions (code repository, app store, etc.)
    Common platforms/services/infrastructure (cf. TIC)
  • 7. Key Themes: App Eco-System
    Diversity of devices, functions, OSs
    Enabling environment / information sharing
    Agile procurement
    Application development policy for citizen services
    “Mobile-first” policy
    Overarching: every agency should not be solving this on their own
    7
  • 8. Key Themes: Security
    Sharing of security models and policies that have already been developed
    Risk-based security models (not one-size-fits-all)
    Establishment of reference security frameworks and architectures
    Common and approved solutions (“Mobile FedRAMP”)
    Software/application validation
    8
  • 9. Key Themes: Human Capital
    Look at commercial models for supporting a mobile, knowledge-centric workforce
    Need to understand performance management in a mobile environment
    Characterization of productivity impacts of mobility; maximizing impacts and benefits
    Policy and technology expectations of the workforce
    9
  • 10. Key Themes: IT Infrastructure
    Intersection of mobility and cloud computing
    Acquisition of network services; shared infrastructure
    In-building wireless access
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  • 11. Next Steps
    Inform and impart actionable issues:
    ACT-IAC Shared Interest Groups (SIGs)
    Federal implementers (CIO Council, GSA, NIST, …)
    Establish information-sharing mechanisms
    Progress report at ACT-IAC Executive Leadership Conference, October 24
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  • 12. Logical Follow-on Actions
    Best practices in supporting a mobile, knowledge-centric workforce (ACT-IAC)
    Government-wide policies, architecture (CIO Council)
    Common security reference frameworks and architectures (NIST)
    12
  • 13. Your Perspectives
    Did we capture your collective sentiments?
    What other challenges are you facing?
    What would you like to see addressed to support your advanced mobility efforts?
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