Program and Schedule

Read the 2022 Post Event Summary Report

7:30–8 a.m. 
Continental Breakfast in the Solutions Hall

8– 8:10 a.m.
Welcome and Overview 

Ann EbbertsAnn Ebberts


8:10–9 a.m.
T100: Progress and Opportunities Toward Evidence-based Program Decisions​
Governments are making great strides in using evidence to implement and improve programs. Learn about some accomplishments, challenges, and opportunities for building evidence-based policy infrastructure.

Nichole Dunn

Nichole Dunn
Vice President for Federal Policy
Results for America

Diana Epstein

Diana Epstein
Evidence Team Lead
U.S. Office of Management and Budget

Matt Sokol

Matt Sokol
Interim Chief Data Officer
Government of the District of Columbia

Mary Goldsmith

M: Mary Goldsmith
National Federal Sector Director

9–9:50 a.m.
T101: Work with Chief Data Officers to Advance Your Mission
At the heart of evidence-based policy is good, reliable, accurate, and timely data. We will share information about the Chief Data Officer role and how they can help your organization get the data you need to achieve your goals.

Scott Gibbons
Chief Data Officer
U.S. Department of Labor

Ted Kaouk

Ted Kaouk
Chief Data Officer
Office of Personnel Management

Alex Beck

M: Alex Beck
Data Science Senior Consultant

9:50–10:20 a.m. 
Coffee Break in the Solutions Hall

10:20–11:10 a.m.
T102: Measure Federal Performance Through ESG
From the start, the Administration put advance equity and climate resilience at the top of its policy agenda. How is the Administration measuring progress towards these goals, and how are we doing two years in? 

M: Corinne Dougherty, Partner, KPMG


11:10 a.m.–Noon
T103: Update on the Administration's Initiatives

The Administration is working to strengthen the federal workforce, improve the business of government, and deliver excellent, equitable services and customer experience by embedding evidence and performance into culture. We’ll hear the latest from OMB, from how evidence is driving strategy and investments to efforts to improve organizational health and performance to deliver on mission.    

Loren DeJonge Schulman

Loren DeJonge Schulman
Associate Director for Peformance and Personnel Management
U.S. Office of Management and Budget

Sarah Cunningham

M: Sarah Cunningham
Summit Consulting​

Closing Remarks

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