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Agenda Overview – PAW for Government –October 13 – 16, 2015
Day 1: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
7:30-8:30am REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
Room: Constitution Foyer
8:30-8:45am WELCOME REMARKS
Room: Constitution B
8:45-9:30am
KEYNOTE
Harnessing the Data Revolution for International Development
Dr. Mark Peterson, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Room: Constitution B
9:30-10:00am Diamond Sponsor Presentation
Solving the Previously Impossible
Booz - Allen - Hamilton
Room: Constitution B
10:00-10:30am BREAK
Room: Constitution E
  Track 1
Room: Constitution A
Track 2
Room: Constitution B
Mini Course Technical Track
Limited seating available

Room: Wilson
10:30-11:15am

Insider Threat Panel
Moderator: Fred Walker, NSA
Jeff Maille, NGA
Patty Larsen, National Insider Threat Task Force
Steve McIntosh, Defense Intelligence Agency
The Changing Face of Analytics
at Federal Agencies: A View
from the IRS

Jeff Butler, IRS
Data Munging/Wrangling with R
11:20am-12:05pm

From Wisdom to Insight: Driving Strategic Decision Making with Predictive Analytics
Colonel Bobby Saxon, Department of the Army
Case Study: Predicting the Outcome of Employee Benefit Security Administration Retirement Plan Investigations
Keith Bergstresser, Employee Benefits Security Administration
Theory-Driven Modeling
12:05-1:00pm LUNCH
Room: Constitution E
1:00-1:45pm
KEYNOTE
Follow the Money: Harnessing the Power of Advanced Analytics to
Combat Financially Motivated Crimes

Jennifer Shasky Calvery, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
Room: Constitution B
1:45-2:30pm PLENARY SESSION
Top Five Technical Tricks to Try when Trapped
Dr. John Elder, CEO & Founder, Elder Research, Inc.
Room: Constitution B
2:30-2:45pm BREAK
Room: Constitution E
  Track 1
Room: Constitution A
Track 2
Room: Constitution B
Mini Course Technical Track
Limited seating available

Room: Wilson
2:45-3:30pm
Open Data in Government
Moderator: Daniel Castro, Center for Data Innovation
Panelist: Dan Morgan, Department of Transportation
Victoria Lewis, Montgomery County, MD.
Analytics in Auditing: Putting the Passion Back in the Process!
Bryan Jones, US Postal Service Office of Inspector General
Beyond SQL: Introduction to Graph Databases
3:35-4:20pm
Building Sustainable Automation and Predictive Systems
Dr. Maria Milosavljevic, AUSTRAC
Evaluating the Alignment of Grant Resources and Community Need Using Bayesian Spatial Probit Models: A Case Study of Americorps
Robin Ghertner, Office of Human Services & US Department of Health and Human Services
Improving Predictive Accuracy with Ensembles
4:25-5:10pm
How Does Policing Dosage Reduce Crime? A Predictive Policing Case Study
Jeff Brantingham, PredPol
Jeff Nolte, Rampart Area
The Application of Predictive Analytics to Juvenile Justice: The Florida Experience
Ira M. Schwartz, Algorhythm
Analyzing Semi-Structured Data at Volume in the Cloud
5:10-6:10pm NETWORKING RECEPTION
Room: Constitution E

Day 2: Wednesday, October 14, 2015
7:30-9:00am REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
Room: Constitution Foyer
9:00-9:15am WELCOME REMARKS
Room: Constitution B
9:15-10:00am
KEYNOTE
Reforming Government: Where is the Public Servant to Start?
Catherine Templeton, South Carolina Dept of Health and Environmental Control
& South Carolina Secretary of Labor
Room: Constitution B
10:00-10:30am BREAK
Room: Constitution E
  Track 1
Room: Constitution A
Track 2
Room: Constitution B
10:30-11:15am

Academia Panel
Moderator: Larry Koskinen, Dept of Housing and Urban Development; Dr. Jennifer Bachner, Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Aric LaBarr, North Carolina State University; Dr. Ariela Sofer, Volegenau School of Engineering, George Mason University
IRS Preparer-Level
Treatment Tests

Karen Masken, IRS
11:20am-12:05pm

Mining the Voter File
Benjamin Uminsky, Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk's Office
Location Analytics
Elise Pittman & Duane Vasquez, US Postal Service Office of Inspector General
12:05-1:00pm LUNCH
Room: Constitution E
1:00-1:45pm
KEYNOTE
Actionable Data is the Key to Improving Population Health: A CDC Perspective

Dr. Chesley Richards, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Room: Constitution B
1:45-2:30pm PLENARY SESSION
From Analytics to Impact

Caryl N. Brzymialkiewicz, Ph.D., Department of Health and Human Services OIG
Room: Constitution B
2:30-3:15pm BREAK
Room: Constitution E
  Track 1
Room: Constitution A
Track 2
Room: Constitution B
3:15-4:00pm
Data Strategy 2.0: Focus on the
Roadmap and Implementation

Lewis Broome, Data Blueprint
Predictive Analytics for
Population Health Management

Ken Yale, ActiveHealth Management
4:00-4:45pm
Un-Sensored: Analytics for
Lower-Tech Facilities

Nitin Bangera & Swapnil Rajiwade, Booz Allen Hamilton
Tim Harvey, National Park Service
Moving Data Analytics from
Proof to Production

Dave Vennergrund, Salient Federal Solutions
Stephen Dennis, DHS Science and Technology Directorate
4:50-5:00pm Closing Remarks
Room: Constitution B

Post-Conference Workshop: Thursday, October 15, 2015
Full-day Workshop • Room: Farragut Square
The Best and the Worst of Predictive Analytics:
Predictive Modeling Methods and Common Data Mining Mistakes

Dr. John Elder, Elder Research, Inc.

Post-Conference Workshop: Friday, October 16, 2015
Full-day Workshop • Room: Declaration AB
Making Text Mining Work: Practical Methods and Solutions
Dr. Andrew Fast, Elder Research Inc.

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