Working on Public Sector Process Improvement? Hear “Confessions of a Federal CIO” at Appian World 2012!
BPM software is key to how federal departments and agencies are going to cope with the unrelenting pressures to increase agility, transparency, accountability, cost reduction and constituent service. If you work in the public sector and have a focus on process improvement, you can’t afford to miss Appian World 2012. The conference (April 15-17 at the Reston Hyatt outside Washington, D.C.) is free, and in addition to great content and networking, it is the only place you can hear Kenneth Percell, former CIO of the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command, deliver his “Confessions of a Federal CIO.”
Ken has an illustrious resume. Currently COO of The Percell Group, he is the USAF’s former Director of Engineering and AFSO21 at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, former Executive Director Warner Robins ALC, former Director, 402d Maintenance Wing at Warner Robins AFB and former Chief Information Officer at Air Force Materiel Command. He has decades of experience in both software development and maintenance, and a pedigree in continuous process improvement, having lead several organizations to CMMI 5 process maturity.
As a member of the Senior Executive Service, Ken has seen the good, the bad and the ugly of how IT and process support (or hinder) the goals of federal organizations. He will share the experiences that led him to become a BPM software True Believer – and he’ll deliver insights that will help you ask the right questions and take the right steps to make BPM work for your organization. In addition, Ken will lead a panel discussion on Federal Procurement Practices with several agency representatives.
Don’t miss this opportunity. The conference is free, but the content will be invaluable. Register today!
-Ben Farrell, Director, Corporate Communications