Collaborate ’10 Federal Sessions

Posted on 8-Apr-10. Filed under: Events | Tags: , |

For those going out to Vegas in a week, it looks like we’ve again got a number of sessions focused on Federal topics and/or involving Federal Customers.  Based on a quick search of the OAUG Agenda Builder using the keyword ‘Federal’, here’s what’s on tap:

Sunday 4/18:

11:00 – 11:15  How to Use Oracle’s Federal Administrator Module to Reconcile Debt Balances Transferred to Treasury (Tom Sherman, The Presidio Trust)

1:00 – 3:00  OAUG Federal SIG Meeting (Ed Willey+)

Monday 4/19:

8:00-9:00  Finally Federal!  Exploring Projects Release 12.1 (Larry Baugh, Independent)

10:45-11:45 Improved Federal Accounting with Oracle Projects Release 12.1.1+ (Neeraj Garg, Project Partners LLC)

Thursday 4/22:

8:30-9:30  How Business Intelligence Will Reduce Healthcare Costs and Improve Outcomes (Joan Lugo, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)

12:15 – 1:15 Providing a Robust Data Archive Solution for the Largest Global Healthcare Payer (Jay Joshi, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)

A bit more detail including session abstracts and room locations is available in the Collaborate Agenda Builder online.

I’m definitely looking forward to the SIG meeting as the focus is on the Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) product being released w/12.1.3, including a live demo.  Ed has asked that anyone planning to attend the FedSig to please register at: so he can make sure enough space is available.

I’m still putting a bit more content into my presentation and I will post the slides here in a week or so.  Unfortunately for me, I probably will just be in Vegas Sunday & Monday as we’re going live on my current project 1-May.  I don’t have much free time since I seem to be in the middle of pretty much everything associated with our conversion.  But I’m looking forward to catching the CLM presentation, the Monday Oracle Keynote & few other presentations I can drop in on.


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