11th SOA for E-Government Conference April 12 2011

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Top five reasons to attend

  • Find out what’s working from SOA experts and program leaders delivering results on Federal programs
  • Network with, and meet peers across the Federal government including architects, senior IT and business executives
  • Leverage panel discussions to exchange ideas and hear “how-to” advice from SOA project leaders 
  • Discover the latest products and technologies that can help simplify your SOA implementation in the exhibitor showcase
  • Free and easy access  This all-in-one, complimentary, one day event to be held at MITRE’s main campus in McLean, VA is accessible by a free shuttle from the West Falls Church metro.

An invitation to the 11th Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) e-Government Conference April 12, 2011

Services-Oriented Architecture (SOA) has become the architecture style across Government. Now, more than ever, business and technical staff are looking for best practices, tools and approaches to help drive program success and efficiencies using this relatively new architectural style. The goal of this conference is to communicate and demonstrate the planning, design and execution of SOA projects in the Federal Government while building on the themes and examples shared in previous conferences.

Conference Specifics: Tuesday, April 12, 2011. The location is in MITRE 1 Auditorium, 7515 Colshire Road, McLean, VA  22102.  The conference will take place as in previous years, on the MITRE campus located just inside the Beltway adjacent to Dolly Madison/Chain Bridge Road.  Free registration is through the conference’s online website at: https://register.mitre.org/soa/

MITRE Shuttle Bus: Service available from the West Falls Church Metro Station starting at 6:40 a.m., continuing every 20 minutes, and last bus from MITRE at 5:40 p.m. Drop off at MITRE 1 and 2 (come to the back of MITRE 1 for entrance)   

Accomodations: A list of hotels in the Tyson's Corner area is available for download.   

Questions or Comments: Please send an email to: rtyksinski@mitre.org Rose Tyksinski or dmayo@everware-cbdi.com Dave Mayo.

Teleconference: TBA  Attendance and participation is free.

Theme: "Driving SOA Program Success and Efficiency”

We continue to see SOA as the architecture style across Government. Now, more than ever, business and technical staff are looking for best practices, tools and approaches to help drive program success and efficiencies using this relatively new architectural style. The goal of our conference will be to communicate and demonstrate the  planning,  design and execution of SOA projects in Government while building on the themes and examples we have shared with the Federal community in past conferences. Source: MITRE
The Missing Piece in Federal IT Reform. Dave Mayo blogs on the 25 point plan for IT reform. 11 Feb 2011.
Vivek Kundra (Federal CIO at OMB) recently released a 25 point plan to reform Federal IT. It is an ambitious and detailed plan with timeframes and specific accountability that, if implemented, will certainly improve the planning, contracting and management of IT in the Federal government. However, while the details are there, the motivation behind the 25 points is missing – the emphasis is on action, not rationale.
Shared Interest Group: Enterprise Architecture
Release Date: January, 2011
The purpose of this report is to provide guidance to Federal IT managers in developing an architected approach to implementing Cloud Computing. It contends that to be fully effective and provide the greatest value to Federal agencies, Cloud Computing must:
• Be architected as an integral part of the agency’s Enterprise Architecture
• Provide for an effective governance mechanism
• Be implemented as services as part of a Service Oriented Architecture
Cloud Computing affects the people, process, and technology of the enterprise and each of these must be dealt with. This report explains the basic elements of Cloud Computing and ties it to solid architectural foundations. The guidance in this report will help enable the benefits of Cloud Computing to be fully realized.
SOA – A services approach to the solutions has truly hit the mainstream here (Australia).  As short as one or two years ago, SOA was viewed as “something new to consider” but not truly viable solution, particularly for military applications.  That has turned around completely, and now a service-oriented approach is viewed as the default solution for all of government and defense unless otherwise justified.  While they are still struggling with a few of the issues, particularly around governance, they are moving forward and having initial successes with SOA in several areas.  Looking forward, they are starting to talk about Cloud Computing in the same way. Source: NCOIC

11th SOA e-Government Conference April 12, 2011 Agenda

Theme: Driving SOA Program Success & Efficiency

7:30 - 8:30 AM         Conference Check In / Exhibitor Showcase

8:30 – 8:45 AM          Welcome & IntroductionJohn Geraghty, MITRE IRS Business Operation Service and Chair American Council for Technology (ACT)- Industry Advisory Council (IAC)Emerging Technology SIG,  and Brand Niemann, Federal SOA CoP and Director and Senior Data Scientist, Semantic Community. Slides. Blog.

8:45 – 9:45 AM          Government KeynoteDriving Program Success Using SOA and the Cloud –Ajay Budhraja; CTO (Chief Technology Officer), US Department of Justice, IR. Slides. Press Coverage

9:45 – 10:30 AM        Opposites Attract: SOA, Model Driven Architecture and Agile– Denzil Wasson, CTO Everware-CBDI, Slides

10:30 – 10:45 AM    Break

10:45 – 11:30 AM      SMART:  Analyzing the Reuse Potential of Legacy Systems in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) EnvironmentsMarc Novakouski; SEI, Carnegie-Mellon University. Slides

11:30 – 12:20 PM       Overview of Exhibitors - SOA Tools and Frameworks

11:30 – 11:35 AM Software AG – Manmohan Gupta
11:35 – 11:40 AM IBM– Thomas Hall
11:40 – 11:45 AM Progress Software – Michelle Davis
11:45 – 11:50 AM Dovel Technologies – Fatemeh Corlett
11:55 – 12:00 PM Everware- CBDI – Steve Olding
12:00 – 12:05 PM EA Principals – Steve Else (Li-Yong Yu, Synectics, presenting)
12:05 – 12:10 PM Bay State - Myriam Harvey
12:10 – 12:15 PM ZapThink – Ron Schmelzer 
12:15 – 12:20 PM GovCloud Kevin Jackson
12:20 – 12:45 PM    Lunch

12:20 – 1:30 PM      Networking and Exhibitor Showcase 

1:30 - 2:15 PM           Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC) Pilot – Kevin Jackson; Director of Cloud Computing Services, NJVC; NCOIC Pilot Co-Chair (Blog) Slides and Forbes Blog

2:15 – 3:00 PM          Government Keynote: SPEAR -   Semper Paratus: Enterprise  Architecture Realization - Captain Mike Ryan; Commanding Officer, Operations System Center (OSC), US Coast Guard, and 2011 Fed 100 Winner Slides

3:00 – 3:15 PM        Break

3:15 – 4:15 PM          Afternoon Panel Discussion – SOA and Cloud Synergies with the 25 Point Plan –Andrew Ide-Facilitator; Kevin Jackson, Director of Cloud Computing Services, NJVC;  Steve Else, PhD (Li-Yong Yu, Synectics), CEO, Chief Architect at EA Principals, Inc., CEO, The Center for Public-Private Enterprise; Captain Mike Ryan, US Coast Guard, and Denzil Wasson, Everware-CBDI

4:15 – 4:30 PM          Wiki Blog- Brand Niemann, Federal SOA CoP and Director and Senior Data Scientist, Semantic Community

Backup presentations

Bob Bryan: Abstract and Slides

Abstracts (in process)

Driving Program Success using SOA and the Cloud – Ajay Budhraja

Enterprises need to develop a sound strategy and roadmap to include SOA and Cloud. The key is to build adaptable SOA applications that can be easily deployed to the Cloud. Cloud computing as a delivery mechanism needs to effectively leverage component models and utilize best practices of SOA such as the ability to effectively deploy elastic and modular components. Program success and efficiency using SOA depends on the utilization of a sound methodology, processes and service planning, architecture and management.  The key to building flexible, adaptible, modular, manageable systems with a focus on effective integration, is to build a solid services foundation that can be easily deployed in the Cloud environment. With the shift to the “Cloud First” policy and development a strategy for shared services, as part of the 25 point Federal IT implementation plan issued by the US CIO, an effective SOA and Cloud strategy can result in significant cost savings and efficiency. 
This presentation goes over the strategic and tactical aspects for effective and Agile SOA deployments in the Cloud. Building an Enterprise modernization roadmap including service development, management, transition, deployment and quality management will be discussed. This presentation also goes over the planning, design and deployment of SOA projects. It covers governance, architecture, security considerations, best practices and challenges for the effective transition for shared service infrastructures and applications to the Cloud.

Opposites Attract: SOA, Model Driven Architecture and Agile– Denzil Wasson

SOA is already considered the leading approach for IT portfolio modernization, primarily because of the downstream benefits of a predominately service oriented portfolio. The challenge is that traditional software development practices across government are not well suited to deliver lower-risk modernization, particularly as envisioned by OMB’s comprehensive 25-Point Plan. 
Implementing service architectures to modernize a portfolio are more successful when constructed using a Model Driven Architecture (MDA) approach and delivered using Agile development within an iterative process. While many consider these approaches to be antithetical, this presentation discusses the synergy from merging the beneficial aspects of these approaches and presents results of selected case study scenarios as real-life illustrations.

Panel Discussion – SOA and Cloud Synergies with the 25 Point Plan

This interactive panel will address several points of the U.S. CIO’s 25 point plan and potential avenues to leverage synergies from SOA and Cloud technologies.


John Geraghty


MITRE IRS Business Operation Service 
Chair ACT - IAC Emerging Technology SIG 
John Geraghty is a Senior Principal at the MITRE Corporation in McLean, VA, leading new technology enablement projects in the Center for Connected Government (CCG) supporting the IRS Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC).
As an active member of the American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council (ACT/IAC), Mr. Geraghty was elected as the Chair for the Emerging Technology Special Interest Group (SIG). This organization works extensively with government executives, industry leaders, and academia in identifying and providing direction for new and emerging products, processes, services, and business models. Mr. Geraghty is currently developing a white paper describing an “Emerging Technology Process Model” that is geared for government Chief Executive Officers (CXOs) and Science & Technology Directors and others who are actively monitoring and investigating the emerging technology landscape. Mr. Geraghty is currently an adjunct faculty member at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) teaching “Enterprise Information Systems” in the School of Engineering, Graduate School.
Mr. Geraghty has extensive expertise in managing new business development teams and projects. He has over 35 years of experience in the Information Technology (IT) profession and has specialized in developing and implementing business strategies for global commercial clients and federal government agencies that generated both long and/or short-term business value from new business and technology opportunities/initiatives. He has delivered numerous engagements in all aspects of e-commerce, Internet/Intranet/Extranet network topologies, security, technical IT infrastructure, technological innovation, and performance management. 
Mr. Geraghty has worked the past nine years at MITRE supporting the IRS and the US Census Bureau. He has an established track record for developing powerful teams, establishing critical customer relationships, and identifying new areas where MITRE could have a broader impact. Among Mr. Geraghty’ more recent accomplishments are the successful development of a profile of new technologies capabilities and business functions being investigated and deployed by federal government civilian agencies. Prior to MITRE, Mr. Geraghty worked 18 years at IBM in various management and marketing positions. He is a recognized leader in the IT industry and has frequently been called upon as a keynote speaker or panelist for global conferences and major IT events.
Mr. Geraghty completed his Executive Master of Business Administration from
the George Washington University and earned his Master’s of Science in Information Systems from George Mason University and his Masters of Science in Accounting from Georgetown University. He also graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Dayton.

Ajay Budhraja


Chief Technology Officer  (CTO)
US Department of Justice, IR
Ajay Budhraja has over 20 years in Information Technology with experience in areas such as management, project management, enterprise architecture, system architecture, software engineering, training, methodologies, networks, databases etc. He has a Masters in Engineering (Computer Science) and also a Masters in Management. He is a Project Management Professional certified by the PMI and is also CICM, CSM, ECM (AIIM) Master, SOA, RUP, SEI-CMMI, ITIL-F, Security + certified. 
Ajay is currently the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for a US Department of Justice component. He has led large scale projects for big organizations and has extensive IT experience related to telecom, business, manufacturing, airlines, finance, government. He has delivered web based technology solutions and strategies for e-business platforms, portals, mobile e-business and content management. As Adjunct Faculty, he has taught courses for several universities and has presented papers at worldwide conferences. Contact: Ajay Budhraja, Chief Technology Officer, AJBUDREGISTER@YAHOO.COM 

Denzil Wasson


Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Everware-CBDI CTO and Director of Solution Delivery, Denzil Wasson is an innovative, professional, pragmatic and hands on IT solution architect. He leverages his 21 years of diverse business, technical and methodological experience to drive the realization of open, standards based IT solutions for Everware-CBDI Customers. Mr. Wasson’s current focus areas for consulting, development and providing education include Iterative Development, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Model Driven Development (MDD) and Application Portfolio Modernization (AM).

Marc Novakouski

Carnegie-Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute (SEI)
Marc Novakouski is a member of the technical staff at the SEI.  He has over 10 years of experience in software engineering, ranging from software development in the commercial and defense fields to consulting and academic research on topics like SOA migration, identity management, and e-Government interoperability.  He is a member of IEEE and is currently pursuing work on SOA reference models, DoD software acquisition policy and battlefield contextual awareness.

Kevin Jackson


Director of Cloud Services and Engineering Fellow with NJVC
Chair NCOIC Pilot Working Group
Kevin Jackson is a senior information technologist specializing in information technology solutions that meet critical Federal government operational requirements. Currently he serves as an Engineering Fellow with NJVC, is one of the largest information technology (IT) solutions providers supporting the United States Department of Defense. 
Prior to this position, Kevin Jackson was VP Business Development Dataline LLC, VP Federal Systems at Sirius Computer Solutions, WebSphere Everyplace Worldwide Sales Executive at IBM, Vice President Global IT Project Office at JP Morgan Chase, Founder and Principal of ZOCOM, Inc. and CTO at SENTEL Corporation. 
Mr. Jackson has been quoted in many periodicals, authored several articles and has presented at numerous venues on computers, speech technology and wireless networking. During his career with the US Navy, he held specialties in Command & Control and Space Systems Engineering while accumulating over 2500 hours and 230 carrier landing flying the E-2C and C-2A aircraft. He holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering, a MA in National Strategic Studies and a MS in Electrical Engineering (Computer Engineering). 
Kevin Jackson and coauthor Don Philpott have written a new book, GovCloud: Cloud Computing for the Business of Government, that provides a five-step process to evaluate, design and implement a robust cloud solution. The book was launched at a special event at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, on March 29.

Captain Michael Ryan


Commanding Officer, Operations System Center (OSC)
United States Coast Guard
Captain Mike Ryan, a native of Norfolk, Virginia, is a 1988 graduate of the United States Coast Guard Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with Honors in Mathematical and Computer Sciences. He also completed a Master of Science degree in Computer Science at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana in 1993.
Captain Ryan most recently served as Deputy Sector Commander of Sector Northern New England located in South Portland, Maine. In that capacity, he assisted in the operational control of Coast Guard assets and mission execution in the Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and northeastern New York Areas of Responsibility.
His previous afloat tours include serving as Commanding Officer aboard USCGC KATMAI BAY (1997-2000) in Sault Ste Marie, MI; Executive Officer aboard USCGC BISCAYNE BAY (1990-1992) in St. Ignace, MI; and Operations Officer aboard USCGC RED BIRCH (1988-1990) in Baltimore, MD. Following graduate school (1992-1993), Captain Ryan was a ‘plank owner’ for the USCG Differential Global Positioning System, which achieved Initial Operational Capability during his tour at the Electronics Engineering Center (1994-1997) in Wildwood, NJ. 
Captain Ryan also served as Information Systems Branch Chief in the Office of Command and Control Architecture (G-OCC) at Coast Guard Headquarters (2000-2003) spearheading $8.0 Million in software transformations annually. Captain Ryan commanded Electronic Systems Support Unit St. Louis from July 2003 – June 2006. During his tenure in the Western Rivers region of the Eighth Coast Guard District, the command diligently advanced the Electronics, Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Information Technology (C4IT) capabilities of 77 operational and shoreside units, and sustained the lifecycle of 48 lines of equipment valued at $2.8 Million. The command also operated a highly efficient, state-of-the-industry data center which serves as the hub for 750 networked computers distributed throughout 22 states.
Captain Ryan’s personal awards include three Meritorious Service Medals with the Operational Distinguishing Device, two Coast Guard Commendation Medals with the Operational Distinguishing Device, and the Coast Guard Achievement Medal with the Operational Distinguishing Device. He also received the AFCEA / U. S. Naval Institute Copernicus Award for outstanding Information Systems contributions in 2002.
Captain Ryan is married to the former Lu Royer of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. They have three daughters – Kelsey (16), Jenny (14), and Lisa (8). The Ryans reside in Purcellville, VA.

Steve Else


CEO and Founder
EA Principals, Inc.
A lead enterprise architect in the public and private sector for about a decade, Dr. Steve Else is the CEO and Founder of EA Principals, Inc. Steve has many roles in the global EA community. Steve brings a wealth of practical and academic experience to TOGAF™ Certification Training. Besides being certified in TOGAF™ 9 and having trained hundreds of professionals to be certified in TOGAF™, he is also a FEAC Certified Enterprise Architect (CEA), is an ISEB Certified Enterprise and Solutions Architect, is certified in SOA by Zap Think, and is a Project Management Professional (PMP)®. 
Steve has served in key EA consulting roles in both the private and public sectors, including BAE Systems, CSC, Dynamics Research Corporation, and Synectics for Management Decisions in the private sector; and the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Transportation, and Health and Human Services in the public sector. 
An Adjunct Professor at several universities, Steve also teaches Enterprise Architecture as well as Systems Analysis and Design at the graduate level. He has also taught Technology Forecasting and Assessments, Knowledge Management, and Project and Change Management over the span of several years. Steve wrote his doctoral thesis on "Organization Theory and the Transformation of Large, Complex Organizations" (published as a book in 2010) and is the founding editor of The EA Zone Journal. He is also the executive director of The Government Transformation Journal, The EA Professional Journal, and Decisive Strategies Review. 
Steve is also the CEO of the Center for Public-Private Enterprise, a non-profit organization he founded in 1998. Its mission is to help 
cross-pollinate best business and technology practices as well as innovation across the government and between the government and the private sector, and other organizations. 
Steve is a passionate participant in EA and IT professional communities, being the Founder and Chair of the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area Chapter of the Association of Enterprise Architects. He is married and has 4 daughters, and speaks French and German fluently. 

Brand Niemann


Director and Senior Data Scientist, Semantic Community and Former Senior Enterprise Architect and Data Scientist, US EPA
Brand recently completed 30 years of Federal service. He worked on assignment for the Federal CIO Council during 2002-2007 on a series of assignments: Founding Chair of the Web Services Working Group, Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice, and Federal SOA Community of Practice, and as Executive Secretariat of the Best Practices Committee. He has written an online book "A New Enterprise Information Architecture and Data Management Strategy for the U.S. EPA and the Federal Government", Put My EPA Desktop in the Cloud to 
Support the Open Government Directive and Data.gov/semantic (in response to Vivek Kundra's call), and implemented A Gov 2.0 Platform for Open Government in a Data Science Library (in response to Aneesh Chopra's call). Recently he has used two tools in the Amazon Cloud (Mindtouch and Spotfire) to extract, transform, and load a number of EPA and Federal databases to produce more transparent, open, and collaborative business analytics applications.  See http://semanticommunity.info/.



GovCloud: Cloud Computing for the Business of Government


NJVC®'s Director, Cloud Services, Kevin Jackson and coauthor Don Philpott have written a new book, GovCloud: Cloud Computing for the Business of Government, that provides a five-step process to evaluate, design and implement a robust cloud solution. The book was launched at a special event at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, on March 29.

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Software AG


Use SOA to gain competitive business advantage with Software AG Adopting SOA is not as simple as creating Web services and then re-using them. To build an SOA that delivers business value, you need top-rated technology as well as guidance on best practices. That’s exactly what Software AG delivers. The Software AG SOA Solution is a coherent suite of products—that includes CentraSite™, #1 in SOA governance—as well as reference content, proven methodology and expertise.

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Bay State


The need for more operational flexibility and increased information sharing, plus pressures to enable more efficient processing, are creating a new level of internal IT challenges across the Government industry. In addition to the focus on optimizing existing processes, today’s organizations face diverse demands – driving the need for changes in capabilities and functionality. Organizations are thus concentrating their efforts on areas that can help drive efficiencies, quickly adapt to change and achieve compliance. As organizations look for opportunities to leverage their IT investments and unleash technology-enabled processes to resolve pressing business issues, it becomes clear that better ways of integrating technology are needed. Service-oriented architecture (SOA) may be the answer.  At Bay State, we believe that SOA can help organizations increase efficiencies by creating, for example, a more integrated environment for policy administration, and agency/citizen support. SOA may also help control costs by eliminating redundant interfaces, building on existing IT investments, and providing an infrastructure in which users can easily access information and perform transactions.  




Dovèl has observed several challenges hindering wider adoption of SOA across the federal government. We believe that arming yourself with a detailed roadmap and the mission to implement in small, measurable increments are the critical facilitators for SOA adoption. We consider what we’ve learned from each implementation into the roadmap in order to adapt to the situation on the ground. Dovèl is known for their SOA expertise and adoption of cutting-edge technologies and applying those skills to Health IT, National Security, Systems Integration, and System Development. Dovèl’s government clients achieve agility and information sharing capabilities by applying the principles of SOA and employing “best-of-breed” Open Source and COTS software, configuration-based tools, and frameworks.



Everware-CBDI is a global technology consulting company with world leading expertise in application modernization and service architecture and engineering. The company has led best practice development in service architecture and model driven development providing clients in all industry sectors and government with implemented solutions, enhanced capabilities, as well as documented, repeatable processes.  The CBDI Service Architecture and Engineering (CBDI SAE™) methodology provides guidance, best practices, and templates to accelerate SOA adoption. http://www.everware-cbdi.com

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EA Principals, Inc. teaches and applies proven and innovative enterprise architecture methodologies and best practices that suit a broad range of problems. The result is architectural efficiency, performance, scalability, agility, IT alignment, and stakeholder access to critical knowledge and information. As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business concern (SDVOSB), EA Principals is also positioned to make its network of talent rapidly available to prospective federal government clients.



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