NLIT Summit 2023

June 27, 2023 - June 30, 2023

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Source: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Source: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Hosted By: FBC, inc.

Location: Milwaukee, WI

The National Laboratories Information Technology (NLIT) Summit is sponsored by the NLIT Society, a professional society founded to facilitate the exchange of best practices and ideas among information technology (IT) and cybersecurity professionals within the Department of Energy (DOE) complex, strengthen the infrastructure, and identify efficiencies within the DOE laboratory system. The summit facilitates sharing information regarding all aspects of IT and cybersecurity operations, technology, policies, and practices in support of research conducted at the laboratories. It is open to all personnel in the IT and cybersecurity fields working at laboratories and plants affiliated with government-funded activities, as well as federal government employees in the IT or cybersecurity fields that work at agencies associated with the participating laboratories.

The summit consists of presentations, Community of Interest Network (COIN) collaboration sessions, panel discussions, tutorials, and technology demonstrations on a variety of topics of current interest to the IT community within the DOE. There is an emphasis on providing opportunities for active participation and networking between attendees. Best practices, strategies, methodologies, implementations, lessons learned, innovative solutions, and emerging topics within the DOE community are shared during the summit’s many sessions and events.

There is no registration fee to attend the NLIT Summit 2023. Summit registration is limited to lab employees with a or email address.

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