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Momentum Day is the Momentum® User Group’s (MUG’s) annual educational conference designed specifically for its members. This single-day conference includes presentations from government leaders and Momentum product experts on topics ranging from key compliance initiatives to product enhancements, all focused on helping Momentum customers and partners get the most from their Momentum solutions.
The agenda, approved by the MUG government chair, includes sessions designed for all Momentum users, from newcomers and prospective users to seasoned experts. Other community vendors are invited sponsors of the event and anyone supporting the Momentum community is welcome to attend.
This year’s conference will include a keynote address by Heather E. McGowan (pictured), an internationally known speaker, writer, and advisor. She will discuss how leaders can work together to most-effectively react to rapid and disruptive changes in education, work, technology and society.
As a Future of Work Strategist, McGowan has worked with diverse teams to address these challenges. Recognizing that business innovation begins with education, specifically learning faster than your competition, she has worked with university presidents and C-Suite executives–including corporate human resources managers–to prepare both graduates and workers for jobs that do not yet exist. Her clients range from start-ups to publicly-traded and Fortune 500 companies. She is often quoted in the media, notably by NYT columnist Thomas L Friedman for her insights into the Future of Work.
The Momentum Day 2020 theme is Working Together. There will be a range of sessions for all knowledge levels and interests. Newcomers and prospective Momentum users interested in learning more about the product will be able to see demonstrations and introductory overviews; experienced users and mangers interested in the future can learn about new technologies, features, and how Momentum is handling government compliance initiatives; and leaders will hear how peers are managing successful projects in the current environment.
This event qualifies under the Widely Attended Gathering (WAG) exception to the general gift prohibition, as defined in federal government ethics regulations applicable to executive agency employees and officials; therefore, registration costs are waived for government employees.
Don’t miss this important event, to be held December 1, 2020. To register, click here. Please check back frequently to view updated session details.
To learn more about the event or sponsorship opportunities, please contact, Johana Posada at Johana.Posada@cgifederal.com or click below.
- CPE Credit Information
Earn up to 7 credits
NASBA Field of Study
Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Review new system functionality, changes to system components and emerging technologies. Discuss changing business climate and impacts of legislative decisions.
We encourage each agency to prepare for sharing and discussion of best practices for using Momentum's capabilities to support each efficient federal operations.
CGI Federal Inc. is registered with the Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accontancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org
CGI Federal is committed to maintaining the highest standard of ethical conduct at all times and complying with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations in the conduct of its business in the federal marketplace. CGI Federal sponsorship of Momentum Day is expected to attract in excess of 600 participants from over 30 Federal, state and local governmental entities. CGI Federal believes that the event qualifies under the Widely Attended Gathering (WAG) exception to the general gift prohibition as defined in Federal Government ethics regulations applicable to executive agency employees and officials. However, CGI Federal understands that designation as a WAG is at the determination of each Government Agency Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO). If any attendee is required by applicable rules to pay any part of the costs of attending this event or has any questions about this ethics disclosure, please contact the appropriate Agency Ethics Official, who in turn may contact the CGI Federal Ethics Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.