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Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
Advanced mobility dialog -  outcomes and next steps aug2011
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  • 1. August 24, 2011<br />Advanced Mobility Working Group:<br />Dialog Outcomes and Next Steps<br />
  • 2. Motivation<br />Technology and user expectations are rapidly evolving – consumerization of IT, especially in mobility<br />Many grass roots efforts are under way across the federal government to address these new demands<br />Mobility affects both the federal enterprise and delivery of citizen services<br />Implications in policy, acquisition strategy, security, infrastructure, applications, service models, …<br />Identify key areas of focus that impact the government’s ability to move more aggressively in mobility<br />2<br />
  • 3. Dialog<br />Online <br />June 24 - July 25, 400+ visitors, 40+ ideas, 300+ votes<br />In-person <br />July 14, 30+ participants<br />Complementary to GSA’s MobileGov initiative<br />Objectives:<br />Solicit inputs, comments, interaction<br />Identify common needs and themes<br />Establish a community<br />How can we most effectively meet these demands across the federal space?<br />What can we learn from each other?<br />What common needs and solutions can we identify?<br />How can government and industry best collaborate?<br />3<br />
  • 4. Agencies Represented<br />Library of Congress<br />Department of the Navy<br />Department of Justice<br />Federal Trade Commission<br />Department of Agriculture<br />Department of Homeland Security<br />Department of Energy<br />Government Printing Office<br />Social Security Administration<br />National Institutes of Health<br />General Services Administration<br />Federal Aviation Administration<br />Office of Personnel Management<br />4<br />
  • 5. Dialog Topic Areas<br />App Eco-System<br />Continuum of developers, providers, and consumers of infrastructure, devices, applications, and content<br />Security<br />New challenges & concerns related to adoption of consumer-centric devices<br />Human Capital<br />Evolving work styles and workforce expectations; governance<br />IT Infrastructure<br />Impacts at the enterprise and national levels<br />5<br />
  • 6. A Spectrum of Potentially Helpful Solutions<br />Information sharing<br />Policy/guidance (“myth busters”)<br />Reference architectures<br />Standards (compliance)<br />Clearinghouses for reusable solutions (code repository, app store, etc.)<br />Common platforms/services/infrastructure (cf. TIC)<br />
  • 7. Key Themes: App Eco-System<br />Diversity of devices, functions, OSs<br />Enabling environment / information sharing<br />Agile procurement<br />Application development policy for citizen services<br />“Mobile-first” policy<br />Overarching: every agency should not be solving this on their own<br />7<br />
  • 8. Key Themes: Security<br />Sharing of security models and policies that have already been developed<br />Risk-based security models (not one-size-fits-all)<br />Establishment of reference security frameworks and architectures<br />Common and approved solutions (“Mobile FedRAMP”)<br />Software/application validation<br />8<br />
  • 9. Key Themes: Human Capital<br />Look at commercial models for supporting a mobile, knowledge-centric workforce<br />Need to understand performance management in a mobile environment<br />Characterization of productivity impacts of mobility; maximizing impacts and benefits<br />Policy and technology expectations of the workforce<br />9<br />
  • 10. Key Themes: IT Infrastructure<br />Intersection of mobility and cloud computing<br />Acquisition of network services; shared infrastructure<br />In-building wireless access<br />10<br />
  • 11. Next Steps<br />Inform and impart actionable issues:<br />ACT-IAC Shared Interest Groups (SIGs)<br />Federal implementers (CIO Council, GSA, NIST, …)<br />Establish information-sharing mechanisms<br />Progress report at ACT-IAC Executive Leadership Conference, October 24<br />11<br />
  • 12. Logical Follow-on Actions<br />Best practices in supporting a mobile, knowledge-centric workforce (ACT-IAC)<br />Government-wide policies, architecture (CIO Council)<br />Common security reference frameworks and architectures (NIST)<br />12<br />
  • 13. Your Perspectives<br />Did we capture your collective sentiments? <br />What other challenges are you facing?<br />What would you like to see addressed to support your advanced mobility efforts?<br />13<br />

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