Tackling Insights to Innovation
McKinsey & Company, in partnership with Aspen Institute, kicks off May with its i2i: Insights to Innovation event that brings together senior government officials alongside top industry leaders to focus on steps and key learnings for implementing innovative technologies. Blake Hall, CEO of ID.me joins this list of influential speakers who will speak at this content-packed, 3-day event (May 4-6).
This year’s virtual show features sessions, panel discussions, workshops and fireside chats focused on digital infrastructure, digital transformations and the changing nature of digital work, while offering key insights into the unique challenges and opportunities public sector leaders face.
Hall will be featured on the Panel Discussion: Technology, Trust and Security that takes place Thursday, May 6 (3pm-4pm EST) with Dan Keyserling, COO, Jigsaw and Eli Dominitz, CEO, Q6 Cyber.
Other interesting sessions include a discussion with Mike Madsen, Deputy Director and Director of Strategic Engagement at the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) on the topic of how the DIU has evolved and learned to succeed in scaling, sourcing the right talent, and fostering inter-agency collaboration to solve national security problems. A panel discussion on digital transformation also will take place led by Aneesh Chopra, first CTO of the United States; Dominic Cussatt, Acting Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology and CIO, Department of Veterans Affairs; Edward Hartwig, Deputy Administrator, United States Digital Service, Marcy Jacobs, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company and Ranjit Thomas, Director, FDA.
To take a look at all 25 sessions and to register, visit: https://insighttoinnovation.splashthat.com/