Next-Gen Data Centers: Bringing Energy Efficiency to Government

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 - 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Cannon House Office Building
United States Capitol Room 122
Washington, DC 20510

Increasingly stringent budget constraints are pushing federal agencies to investigate ways to reduce costs and increase productivity. At the same time, new Executive Orders and Congressional actions have mandated increased energy efficiency for government. These two forces have come together to create new opportunities for next-generation ICT technologies, particularly innovative data centers. In an effort to keep government at the leading edge of ICT innovation, Representatives Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Mike Rogers (R-MI) have introduced the Energy Efficient Government Technology Act (H.R. 540) to advance public-private partnerships to increase the energy efficiency of federal data centers. The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, the Information Technology Industry Council and the Digital Energy and Sustainability Solutions Campaign are convening a panel of leading industry and academic experts to discuss the nature and importance of next-gen data center technologies and the role government can play as an early adopter.

This event is free, open to the public and complies with ethics rules.

11/20/2013 09:0011/20/2013 10:30America/New_YorkITIF Event: Next-Gen Data Centers: Bringing Energy Efficiency to GovernmentCannon House Office Building, United States Capitol, Washington, DC 20510More information:
Anna Eshoo
Representative (D-CA)
U.S. Congress
Cory Gardner
Senator (R-CO)
U.S. Congress
Robert D. Atkinson
Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Colin Coyle
Consulting Principle for Public Sector Critical Facilities Services
Hewlett Packard
Dean Garfield
President and CEO
Information Technology Industry Council
Eric Masanet
Morris E. Fine Professor of Materials and Manufacturing
Northwestern University
Cathy Snyder
Vice President
Energy & Environment Government Relations, Lockheed Martin
Kathrin Winkler
Senior Vice President
EMC Corporation