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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Oracle Federal Forum Session Highlights for Federal Financial Managers

6th Annual Oracle Federal Forum 
Wednesday, 14 November 2012
7:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Wardman Park Marriott
2660 Woodley Road NW
Washington, DC 20008

Forum Tracks
(Session 1 – 10:15 a.m., Session 2 – 11:25 a.m., Session 3 – 12:35 p.m.)

Financial, Budget and Resource Management

  • Oracle Financial Management Product Update
    • Oracle continues to be a leading provider of enterprise application solutions to the federal government. Cliff Godwin, Senior Vice President for Oracle E-Business Suite Development, and John Webb, Vice President for PeopleSoft Product Strategy, will provide a product update of these two applications solutions. They will also discuss benefits and directions that impact Oracle federal customers as these product solutions continue to evolve.

      Cliff Godwin, Senior Vice President, E-Business Suite Development, Oracle
      John Webb, Vice President for PeopleSoft Product Strategy, Oracle
  • Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence Customer Success Stories
    • The requirement for federal agencies to translate layers of data into useful information has never been greater. The federal budget process is one example of this requirement; when setting budgets an agency needs to determine and justify the resources needed to deliver on programmatic goals and objectives. A number of federal agencies have implemented Oracle Enterprise Performance Management solutions to support the budget formulation, execution, and analysis phases of the spending cycle. This session will feature customers who have done just that and have achieved real value.

      Crissman Nichols, Budget Analyst for the United States Census Bureau, Budget Division, Systems and Reporting Staff
      Neeraj Sharma, Infrastructure Lead, Office of Finance and Accounting, Indian Health Service
  • Deriving Benefits from Shared Services
    • The federal government has adopted a “shared first” policy when it comes to implementing new financial management systems. As a number of agencies are evaluating how to upgrade or improve current systems they are examining how shared services can provide a positive return on investment for their agency. This session will share solutions from three agencies that have adopted a shared services approach and have achieved significant gains.

      Dennis Coleman, Chief Financial Officer, Office of the CFO, Office of Personnel Management
      Kristine Prael, Deputy Chief, Finance and Procurement Systems Division, U. S. Department of the Interior, Interior Business Center
      Paul E. Deuley, Director, ARC Division of Franchise Services, Department of the Treasury
Workshops and Afternoon Sessions: (These sessions all run from 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.)

Oracle E-Business Suite Federal Financials Development Update
  • Attend this session to hear the latest information on development's planned investment areas and regulatory changes we are tracking, including:
    • Governmentwide Treasury Account Symbol Adjusted Trial Balance System (GTAS)
    • Intra-Governmental Payment and Collections (IPAC)
    • Secure Payment System (SPS)
    • Payment Application Manager (PAM)
    • Payment Information Repository (PIR)
    • System for Award Management (SAM)

      Mike Barker, Director, Federal Programs, Oracle

PeopleSoft Federal Financials Development Update
  • Attend this session to hear the latest information on development's planned investment areas and regulatory changes we are tracking, including:
    • Governmentwide Treasury Account Symbol Adjusted Trial Balance System (GTAS)
    • Intra-Governmental Payment and Collections (IPAC)
    • Secure Payment System (SPS)
    • Payment Application Manager (PAM)
    • System for Award Management (SAM)
    • Payment Information Repository (PIR)
    • Do Not Pay Business Center
      This presentation will also include an overview of the new 9.2 general features and functionality that provide value for all markets.

      Terry Thomas, Director PeopleSoft Financials Product Management, Oracle  
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