7:30 am - 8:30 am - Registration                                                                                                        

8:30 am - 8:45am -  Networking & Exhibits & Technology-1

8:45 am - 9:30 am - Breakfast


9:30 am - 9:45 am Welcome from hosts of CIO Government Technology Conferences

Introduction - Raymond Mungro- Mungro Career Development Inc. 

 9:45 am-10:30 am- Breakfast Keynote Speaker - Michael A. Echols Max Cybersecurity LLC,

   Intl Assc. of Certified ISAOs, Dept. of Homeland Security, Investor, 

   Topic: Michael Echols: The Government Is Not Coming to Save You from Cyber Crime







10:30 am- 10:45 am- Networking & Exhibits & Technology -2

10:45 am-11:30 am-  Mid Morning Session A- Cybersecurity panel

Moderator:- Derek Wheeler- Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO)

                                    State of Maryland



State of Maryland


 11:30  am- 11:45 am- Networking & Exhibits & Technology-3

 12:45pm - 01:30pm  Lunch Keynote Speaker-  ---------------------------------------------TBA



1:30pm -1:45pm - Networking & Exhibits & Technology-2 


1:45pm -2:30 pm -Afternoon Session- Cyber Security 

Topic: "Mitigating Your Human Factor Blindspot in Cybersecurity" 

Presenter: Calvin Nobles,Cybersecurity Executive,Researcher,Thought Leader,and Author

                                   employed in the Financial and Services Industry.



 2:30pm - 3:00pm -After Noon  Session B ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TBA


3:00pm -3:10pm - Networking & Exhibits & Technology 

3:10pm - 3:45pm -After Noon Session -Baltimore Conference CIO 

Betty Duroseau CEO, 

at Duroseau Management Services, LLC;

CEO and United Nations Senior Advisor for Global SMART City Rapid Massive Implementation 

Civil Engineer/Project Manager Advocate/Global Smart Cities Consultant 







3:45pm- 4:30pm - Noon Session D-----------------------------------------------------------------------TBA

TOPIC: Stem Education/ Workforce Development - Color of STEM


Why is STEM Education so important? STEM Education is the key to America’s economic future

and survival! Technology surrounds everything we do, yet many jobs today are left unfilled in fields such

as science technology, engineering and mathematics because of the lack of skilled talent.

We need to build more dynamic pipelines that include people of all cultures and ethnicities.

More and more schools are teaching STEM-related courses and students are being moved toward courses

such as math and science, but it is still not enough, there’s a gap, some groups aren’t there.

REALITY CHECK- we’re balling need all hands on deck to steer many of our youth into

STEM related disciplines. This interactive panel discussion will highlight STEM programs and Women in


 Moderator: Dr. Darrell Norman Burrell Faculty, Organizational Social Scientist & Consultant, DC






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