On Thursday, September 15th, the National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce (www.ntis.gov) and Mobomo (https://www.mobomo.com) hosted a webinar discussing “Privacy and Security Management Considerations When Deploying Mobile Applications in the Federal Government”
- Katie Lewis is an Interactive Producer at NASA. Working out of Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, she experiments with different interactive formats for disseminating space and earth science content—including videos, animations, and visualizations created by Goddard’s multimedia team—on the web and beyond. She currently plays a role in content delivery and interface design for the recently-released NASA Visualization Explorer iPad app. She holds a B.S. In Interactive Multimedia From James Madison University.
- Jay A. Crossler received his BS in Information Decision Systems from Carnegie Mellon University and his MS in Information Security from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He is pursuing a Ph.D. of Information Technology at George Mason University, and has taught advanced XML and Web Service Masters classes at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Jay is now a researcher for the MITRE Corporation, a non-profit group that advises the government on systems integration and how best to use technology. He is the Senior Technical Adviser for the Software Solutions and Technologies Department.
- LaShemma Simmons is a bureau spokesperson to other government agencies regarding all of NTIS Federal service and support offerings. She supports the development and implementation of NTIS sales plans, project plans, outreach activities, market research and business cases to increase awareness and participation by Federal Agencies in the NTIS Federal Service Lines of Business. LaShemma is in charge of NTIS’s mobile strategy, design, and development joint venture with Mobomo, LLC to offer mobile services to federal agencies.
You can download the presentation here.