The Momentum® User Group's (MUG's) annual educational conference is designed specifically for its members and the Momentum community. The single-day event includes presentations from government leaders and Momentum product experts focused on helping Momentum customers and partners get the most from their CGI solutions.
Kate O’Neill is known as “the Tech Humanist.” She is helping humanity prepare for an increasingly tech-driven future by teaching business how to make technology that’s better for humans.
Kate has led innovations across technology, marketing, and operations for more than 20 years in companies from startups to Fortune 500s.
- Continuing professional education (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 efficient federal operations.
CGI Federal Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual course for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.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 holds Momentum Day in furtherance of its MUG Charter obligations to provide a forum for federal members of the MUG to share implementation strategies and product experience, to help federal users to shorten the learning curve, and to share best practices. The MUG Board, a collaboration of federal government representatives, oversees the MUG activities, including reviewing and approving the Momentum Day agenda. Momentum Day further establishes a forum for MUG members to exercise the voice of the federal government envisioned by the MUG Charter with agencies providing speakers and discussion. Momentum Day is open to all MUG members and other attendees who want to benefit from the MUG collaboration. In this regard, CGI Federal believes that federal agency personnel can attend and participate in the regulated and chartered forum within the course and scope of their employment. A copy of the MUG Charter is available upon request from the Chair of the FY 2021-2022 MUG Board, Noah Kaufman, at the Department of State via KaufmanN@state.gov.
Momentum Day is expected to attract in excess of 600 participants from over 30 federal, state and local governmental entities as well as commercial participants. Along with offering a forum for exercising the rights and obligations of MUG membership, the Momentum Day agenda includes general awareness training and information, such as understanding the direction of federal budgeting or managing financial operations with a low-code solution. Given the topics of general interest and attendance by both U.S. government and commercial personnel interested in the this information and training, CGI Federal believes that the learning activities offered at Momentum Day qualify 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 agency's Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO). Attendees may opt out of the learning credit available for attendance.
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.
If your DAEO deems that this event is not a gratuity or that the event is covered by a different exception to the general gift prohibition, please forward that determination to email@example.com.