Suzette Kent

Former Federal CIO

About Suzette Kent

Former Federal Chief Information Officer at US Office of Management and Budget

Suzette Kent is a global transformation executive who for the last 2 and half years has served in Washington, DC as the Federal Chief Information Officer for the United States. As Federal CIO, technology modernization, strategic use of data, automation, and AI and building the workforce of the future were key areas of focus. During her tenure, the first Federal Data Strategy was produced, the Chief Data Officer role instituted at all Executive branch Agencies, and many tactical advances were driven through the 2020 Data Strategy Action plan. Her career has ranged from Partner in Consulting Firms, Accenture and EY, President of Consulting at Carreker Corporation, and Managing Director at JP Morgan. She has worked with clients around the world, across industries and in public and private sector

Presenter's Sessions

Data for AI – Today and investing in the future – Suzette Kent [Keynote]

This session will highlight actions and initiatives to accelerate the use of data inside the Federal government that are currently happening as well as outline investments and actions needed to evolve operating culture and build the workforce for the future.

Hear about key elements and Agency specific activities ranging from Federal Data Strategy and Agency AI efforts. Kent will also share thoughts on actions needed to continue to develop workforce for today and the emerging jobs of tomorrow. Actions that include educational shifts, cultural shifts and commitments from leaders inside government and across private sector.

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