Johns Hopkins University has partnered with REI Systems to host a Government Analytics Breakfast (GAB) Forum.
The GAB Forum brings together professionals from academia, government and industry to discuss advances in data-driven decision making in the public sector.
The GAB Forum meets every other month at the Johns Hopkins Washington, DC Center (1717 Massachusetts Ave., NW) on a Wednesday morning from 8:30-10 am.
October 2018. Dr. Mona Siddiqui, MD, MPH, Chief Data Officer, US Department of Health and Human Services; Ms. Allison Oelschlaeger, Chief Data Officer, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; Dr. Jim Kyung-Soo Liew, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University
June 2018. Tom Brandt, Chief Risk Officer, IRS
April 2018. Sarah Ellis Peed, Deputy Director for the NPPD Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis, DHS
February 2018. Jennifer Diamantis, Associate Director and Chief, Office of Market Intelligence, SEC and Austin Gerig, Assistant Director, Office of Research and Data Services, SEC
December 2017. Melvin Greer, Chief Data Scientist, Intel Corporation
June 2017. Hyon Kim, Program Director, Data.gov & Rebecca Williams, Senior Implementation Advisor, JHU Center for Government Excellence
March 2017. Jason Matheny, Director at IARPA
October 2016. Vanessa Perez, JHU Lecturer and Expert on Data-driven Campaigning
June 2016. John Tindel, Data Scientist at GSA
April 2016. Alvaro Bedoya, Clare Garvie, & Jonathan Frankle, Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology
February 2016. Caryl Brzymialkiewicz, Chief Data Officer at HHS, Office of Inspector General
November 2015. Lisa Danzig, Associate Director for Performance and Personnel Management at OMB
Semptember 2015. Norman Dong, Commissioner of GSA’s Public Building Service
June 2015. Dave Lebryk, Fiscal Assistant Secretary at the Treasury
April 2015. Kristen Dalboe, Program Manager at the Dept. of Homeland Security
February 2015. Charles Aaron, Deputy CIO at the FCC
December 2014. Chantale Wong, the recently retired Vice President for Administration and Finance at the U.S. Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)
October 2014. Kathy Stack, Advisor for Evidence-Based Innovation at the Office of Management and Budget