2022 GOVERNMENT ANALYTICS
LEADERSHIP FORUM

The Public Sector Reimagined

An Accelerated Post-Pandemic Society where Data and Analytics Drive the Modern World

May 3, 2022 & May 10, 2022 I Free Virtual Event I #SASPublicSector

The Public Sector Reimagined

An Accelerated World Post-Pandemic where Data and Analytics are the Drivers of the Modern World.

May 3, 2022 & May 10, 2022 I Free Virtual Event I #SASPublicSector

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Governments globally are trying to maximize technology benefits to protect and service the public and support crucial investment decisions. But they're challenged by fraud and improper payments, security threats that can even threaten physical infrastructure, and the inability to obtain insights from the vast quantities of data government organizations produce daily.

Join us during our 2022 Government Analytics Leadership Forum May 3 and May 10 to learn how SAS and its partners can help the public sector address real challenges brought about by change and an acceleration of technology adoption.

Featured Speakers

Jessica Davis
President & Principal
Consultant, Insight
Threat Intelligence

Don Fort
Director Of Investigations,
Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP
Former Chief IRS Criminal Investigations

Danny D’Souza
Director - Omnia : Artificial
Intelligence at Deloitte Canada

Loreto Chiovitti
Senior Manager - Omnia : Artificial Intelligence at Deloitte Canada

Jeremy Ray
Senior Industry Consultant,
Government and Healthcare,
Global Security Intelligence Practice, SAS

Phil Thibodeau
Sr. Business Development Executive,
Justice & Public Safety, SAS
Former Assistant Commissioner, RCMP

Carl Hammersburg
Senior Manager, Government and Health Care Risk and Fraud Prevention, SAS

Marc Tassé
Financial Crimes Expert and
Professor, Executive MBA & Faculty of Law,
University of Ottawa

Rob Moreria
Senior Manager, Americas Partner Revenue, SAS Business Unit, Microsoft

Deborah Pianko
Principal Solutions Architect,  Fraud & Security Intelligence, SAS

Dan Childers
Sr Associate Solutions Advisor, Global Security Intelligence Practice, SAS

Conor Hogan
Product Manager, Cloud Programs, SAS

Christopher Blake
Product Director, Cloud Acceleration, SAS

Frank Scott
Analytics Solutions Architect, Customer Advisory Federal Government, SAS

John Maynard
Principal Solutions Architect,
Government and Healthcare,
Global Security Intelligence Practice, SAS

Host

Featured Speakers

Jessica Davis
President & Principal
Consultant, Insight
Threat Intelligence

Don Fort
Director Of Investigations, Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP
Former Chief IRS Criminal Investigations

Danny D’Souza
Director - Omnia : Artificial
Intelligence at Deloitte Canada

Loreto Chiovitti
Senior Manager - Omnia : Artificial Intelligence at Deloitte Canada

Jeremy Ray
Senior Industry Consultant, Government and Healthcare Risk and Fraud, Global Security Intelligence Practice, SAS

Rob Moreira
Senior Manager, Americas Partner Revenue, SAS Business Unit, Microsoft

John Maynard
Principal Solutions Architect, Government and Healthcare Risk and Fraud, Global Security Intelligence Practice, SAS

Deborah Pianko
Principal Solutions Architect, Fraud & Security Intelligence, SAS

Phil Thibodeau
Senior Business Development Executive, Justice & Public Safety, SAS
Former Assistant Commissioner, RCMP

Carl Hammersburg
Senior Manager, Government and Health Care Risk and Fraud Prevention, SAS

Conor Hogan
Product Manager, Cloud Programs, SAS

Dan Childers
Sr Associate Solutions Advisor, Global Security Intelligence Practice, SAS

Christopher Blake
Product Director, Cloud Acceleration, SAS

Frank Scott
Analytics Solutions Architect, Customer Advisory Federal Government, SAS

Marc Tassé
Financial Crimes Expert and Professor at the Executive MBA and Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa

Host

Agenda

Tuesday, May 3rd 
9:00 am ET
  • Session: Visibility and Cost Control for Complex Analytics Workloads with SAS Enterprise Session Monitor
    Frank Scott,  Christopher Blake

    Understanding the “who, what, when, how, and where” of SAS environments has traditionally been exceptionally difficult. SAS Enterprise Session Monitor is an Observability tool designed specifically for analytics giving organizations all over the world unparalleled visibility into complex workloads to ensure performance and stability, maintain security, and plan for the future.  
10:00 am ET
  • Session: Power of Partnership: Realizing the Benefits of SAS and Microsoft integration
    Rob Moreria, Conor Hogan


    There are many advantages to using SAS and Microsoft together. Most notably, you gain a no-code/low-code environment in which business users – not just data scientists – can incorporate analytics into their business processes. This frees users to establish collaborative, cross-functional teams that ensure analytics solve real business problems.  
Tuesday, May 10th 
9:00 am ET
  • Session: Illuminating the Shadow Economy
    Deborah Pianko, Don Fort, Dan Childers

    Underreporting of business income and sales have been age-old problems for tax agencies around the world, and the digital economy increasingly exacerbates the issue by enabling complicated transactions and blurring the lines between the physical and digital worlds. SAS and IVIX have partnered together to address these compliance challenges head on, setting a bold goal of creating unprecedented economic transparency across the global economy. Leveraging cloud computing, advanced algorithms, and public data on the web, we shine a light on the shadow economy by providing tax agencies insight into business activity across various industry sectors. 

10:00 am ET

  • Session: Advanced Analytics to Manage Social Benefits Risks
    Jeremy Ray, John Maynard

    More governments are using artificial intelligence (AI) to achieve goals and manage risk, but what is AI and how can it help? This session will define AI in plain English and explain how it fits into the Data Analytics lifecycle, equity, and risk management. Government use cases for program benefit eligibility, healthcare fraud, opioid abuse, and procurement fraud will be shared.
11:00 am ET
  • Session: Disrupting Financial Crimes
    Jessica Davis, Marc Tasse, Phil  Thibodeau, Carl Hammersburg 

    Fighting financial crime has never been more complex. The convergence of technology with unprecedented amounts of data presents both opportunities and challenges. Recent updates included in the 2022 Federal Budget mean that government bodies and the private sector will have to work both smarter and faster to fight global financial crime that is wide-ranging, from tax evasion and fraud against government programs to money laundering, market misconduct, bribery and corruption.
12:00 pm ET
  • Session: Demystifying the Journey to the Cloud
    Danny D'Souza, Loreto Chiovitti

    When thinking of the complexity of your current environments, the thought of migrating to the cloud can seem daunting. Join this session to hear about our experiences and approaches to help simplify and demystify cloud migration. 

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