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Software Special Interest Group  

Where
Patrick Henry Library, Vienna; FDA Silver Spring; MITRE Bedford MA; MITRE Eatontow; MITRE Aberdeen,
Patrick Henry Library, 101 Maple Ave E, Vienna, VA 22180
FDA, Bld 66, room G512, 10903 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD
Various, Maryland
703-983-6127

When
Mar 22, 2016    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm (GMT -5:00) EST

Information System Contingency Plan (ISCP)

A Success Story

Presented by Rob White

Tuesday March 22, 2016

6:30 PM – Networking and Pizza

7:00 – 8:00 PM – Program

There is no cost to attend at Vienna, Silver Spring

Developing an Information System Contingency Plan (ISCP) is a process of preparing the information system to continue to provide services – even under extreme circumstances. This presentation will review the steps taken to prepare the financial systems of the FBI to continue to provide necessary services. The steps taken are general and therefore relevant to information systems of other agencies and organizations. The hard work is in the planning and preparation, so that the execution is easy. This is the essence of the presentation, because when the situation is critical – it is already too late to plan.

Rob White is a Computer Scientist with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. From his days as a Boy Scout, he has taken to heart the motto “Be Prepared”. Mr White has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and an MS in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas.

The first half of his career, Mr White built systems for various organizations, including: Texas Instruments, American Airlines, US Navy, and several telecommunication and transportation companies. In 2006, Mr White joined the FBI and has worked in several capacities as a Computer Scientist or Computer Engineer. Mr White is a recipient of the 2015 Attorney General’s Award for Information Technology for his work on the financial systems within the Department of Justice.

March meeting flyer here. 

Locations and Registration 

The presenter will be local at the Patrick Henry library, Vienna with the presentation video/teleconferenced to the following locations:


Patrick Henry Library
101 Maple Avenue East
Vienna, VA 22180

Host: Hung Ngo, Phone: 571-765-3333

US Food and Drug Administration (White Oak)

Building 66, Room G512

10903 New Hampshire Ave

Silver SpringMD 20993

host: James Simpson, Cell: 301-996-4976

 

If you can host another location via VTC, please contact Hung Ngo (below)

 

Join online meeting: https://asq509.webex.com/asq509/j.php?MTID=mbe1b51c2d4c0cc7126819b7acedf6218 Meeting number: 805 274 863

Join by Phone: 1-650-479-3208 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)

Access Code: 805 274 863

 

Registration: Webpage: http://www.asq509.org/ht/d/DoSurvey/i/26913

You must register by noon on Monday, March 21. If you cannot attend at any location, select telephone dial-in when you register. FDA (Silver Spring) cannot host non-citizen visitors. If not a US citizen, please provide your title, employer, and address. Allow 2 business days for registration before the meeting.

For registration problems or further information contact Hung Ngo at: hung.n.ngo@live.com or 571-765-3333

Software SIG Chairman: Hung Ngo (ASQ & IEEE)

Software SIG Committee: Salwa M Abdul-Rauf, Farzad Aidun, Scott Ankrum, Aaron Dagen, Richard Eng, Rhonda L. Farrell, James L. de la Houssaye, Chris Jones, Lance Kelson, Alfred Kromholz, Mary E. Lewis, James M. Simpson

Sponsored Jointly By: The American Society for Quality (ASQ), Washington DC & Maryland Metro Section (509), Software Special Interest Group (SSIG); and IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC & Northern Virginia Chapters. Members of the ASQ SSIG include software quality professionals, software engineers, and others interested in applying quality principles to the field of software development. See our web page: http://www.asq509.org/ht/d/sp/i/2499/pid/2499. We meet every month, usually at the Patrick Henry Library in Vienna, Virginia, with VTC to other locations.


Next month, on Tuesday, April 26, 2016:

“The IT Infrastructure Library - a tool for creating and maintaining value in IT services”

By Jeanne Schock