Appendix
C
Workshops Convened for This Project: Agendas and Participants

WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT

Agenda

Tuesday, December 1, 1998

7:30 a.m.

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Welcome and Overview

 

William Scherlis

8:45

Keynote 1

 

G. Clay Hollister, Chief Information Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency

9:15

Break



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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government Appendix C Workshops Convened for This Project: Agendas and Participants WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT Agenda Tuesday, December 1, 1998 7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:30 Welcome and Overview   William Scherlis 8:45 Keynote 1   G. Clay Hollister, Chief Information Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency 9:15 Break

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government 9:45 Panel 1: Case Studies on Crisis Management   Panelists: Nuclear/Industrial Scenario: Albert Guber Earthquake: David Kehrlein Flash Flood: Eve Gruntfest Hurricane: William Miller Moderator: Eve Gruntfest 12:00 p.m. Lunch 12:30 Panel 2: Analysis of Information Technology Issues in the Case Studies   Panelists: Avagene Moore, Thomas O’Keefe, Jack Harrald, James Morentz Moderator: David Kehrlein 1:30 Panel 3: Information Technology Context   Panelists: Information Management: Barry Leiner Databases: David Maier Computing/Storage: Paul H. Smith Communications/Wireless: Philip Karn Form Factors and Wearables: Daniel Siewiorek Moderator: David DeWitt 3:00 Task for Discussion Sessions William Scherlis 3:15 Break 3:45 Focused Breakout Sessions   Information as Needed (information integration, information management/retrieval, digital libraries, geographical and spatial information, . . .) Session leaders: Bruce Croft and David DeWitt Participants: Paul Bryant, Elliot Christian, Gerrald Galloway, Valerie Gregg, David Gunning, Sally Howe, David Jensen, David Kehrlein, David Maier, Robert Neches, Edie Rasmusen, Tom Usselman, Lou Walter, Robert Winokur

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government   Information for People (information services at the user level, human-computer interaction, visualization, collaboration, wearable computing, sensors and robots, . . .) Session leaders: Susan Dumais and William Eddy Participants: Eileen Collins, Mark Deputy, Wayne Gray, Eve Gruntfest, Ronald Larsen, Avagene Moore, Thomas O’Keefe, Jean Scholtz, Daniel Siewiorek Commerce and Transactions (electronic commerce, transactions, security, privacy, . . .) Session leaders: Cliff Neuman and Michael Nelson Participants: Peter Bloniarz, Larry Brandt, Melvyn Ciment, Stephen Crocker, Cathryn Dippo, Clay Hollister, Frank Jaffe, Angienetta Johnson, Michael Swetnam, Douglas Tygar Systems and Network Infrastructure; Modeling and Simulation (software composition and assurance, middleware and infrastructure services, system integration and architectural issues, . . .) Session leaders: Karen Sollins and Sallie Keller-McNulty Participants: Richard Beckman, Albert Guber, Philip Karn, Barry Leiner, Joe Lombardo, Cathy McDonald, Avagene Moore, James Morentz, Paul Smith, Carl Staton, John Toole 6:00 Reception 7:00 p.m. Demonstrations   Emergency Information Infrastructure Partnership Virtual Forum, Avagene Moore Transportation Simulation, Richard Beckman 7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30 Focused Breakout Sessions (continued) 10:15 Break

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government 10:30 Keynote 2   Henry Kelly, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy 11:00 a.m.12:30 p.m. Panel 4: Principal Information Technology Research Opportunities   Panelists: Bruce Croft, Sally Keller-McNulty, Cliff Neuman, Susan Dumais Moderator: William Scherlis 12:30 Lunch 1:30 Panel 5: Achieving an Impact in the Crisis Management Community   Panelists: Ronald Larsen, Earnest Paylor, Albert Guber Moderator: Bruce Croft 2:30 Panel 6: Lessons for Digital Government   Panelists: John Toole, Bruce McConnell, Michael Nelson Moderator: Michael Nelson 3:30 Concluding Remarks   William Scherlis 4:00 p.m. Adjourn PARTICIPANTS Richard Beckman, Los Alamos National Laboratory Peter Bloniarz, Center for Technology and Government, State University of New York Lawrence Brandt, National Science Foundation Paul Bryant, Federal Emergency Management Agency Elliot Christian, U.S. Geological Survey Melvyn Ciment, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies Eileen Collins, National Science Foundation

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government Stephen Crocker, Steve Crocker Associates W. Bruce Croft, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Mark Deputy, Montgomery County Urban Search and Rescue David DeWitt, University of Wisconsin at Madison Cathryn S. Dippo, Bureau of Labor Statistics Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research William Eddy, Carnegie Mellon University Gerrald Galloway, International Joint Commission Wayne Gray, George Mason University Valerie Gregg, National Science Foundation Eve Gruntfest, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Albert Guber, Department of Energy/Bechtel Nevada David Gunning, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency John R. Harrald, George Washington University G. Clay Hollister, Federal Emergency Management Agency Sally E. Howe, National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications Kay Howell, National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications Frank Jaffe, Bank of Boston David Jensen, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Angienetta Johnson, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Philip Karn, Qualcomm Inc. David Kehrlein, State of California, Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Sallie Keller-McNulty, Los Alamos National Laboratory Henry Kelly, Office of Science and Technology Policy Ronald Larsen, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Barry Leiner, Corporation for National Research Initiatives Joe Lombardo, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University David Maier, Oregon Graduate Institute Bruce McConnell, Office of Management and Budget Cathy McDonald, National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications William Miller, U.S. Geological Survey Avagene Moore, AV/PM Inc., Lawrenceburg, Tennessee James Morentz, Essential Technologies Inc. Michael R. Nelson, IBM Clifford Neuman, University of Southern California Thomas O’Keefe, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Earnest Paylor, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Edie Rasmusen, University of Pittsburgh William Scherlis, Carnegie Mellon University

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government Jean Scholtz, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Daniel Siewiorek, Carnegie Mellon University Paul Smith, Department of Energy Karen Sollins, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Carl P. Staton, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Michael Sullivan, BBN Corporation Michael Swetnam, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies John C. Toole, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign William Turnbull, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Douglas Tygar, University of California at Berkeley Tom Usselman, National Research Council Louis Walter, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Robert S. Winokur, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Rich Wojcik, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH FOR FEDERAL STATISTICS Agenda Tuesday, February 9, 1999 7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:30 Welcome William Scherlis 8:45 Keynote Address Thomas Kalil, National Economic Council 9:15 Panel 1: Case Studies Panelists: National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys: Lewis Berman American Travel Study: Heather Contrino Current Population Survey: Cathryn Dippo National Crime Victimization Survey: Denise Lewis Moderator: Sallie Keller-McNulty

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government 11:00 Panel 2: Information Technology Trends and Opportunities Panelists: Gary Marchionini, Tom Mitchell, Ravi S. Sandhu, William Cody, Clifford Neuman (moderator) 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:30 Panel 3: Study Design, Data Collection, and Data Processing Panelists: Martin Appel, Judith Lessler, James Smith, William Eddy (moderator) 3:00 Break 3:30-5:00 Panel 4: Creating Statistical Information Products Panelists: Michael Levi, Bruce Petrie, Diane Schiano, Susan Dumais (moderator) 6:00-7:30 Reception 5:30-8:00 p.m. Exhibits TIGER Mapping System, Mable/Geocorr; U.S. Gazetteer; Census FERRET; CDC Wonder; National Center for Health Statistics Mortality Mapping Exhibit, Display, and Demo; Westat Blaise; Consumer Price Index CAPI; Census CAPI; FedStats Wednesday, February 10, 1999 7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30 Keynote Address Katherine Wallman, Office of Management and Budget 9:00 Panel 5: The Consumer’s Perspective Panelists: Virginia deWolf, Latanya Sweeney, Paul Overberg, Michael Nelson (moderator) 10:30 Break 10:45 Breakout Sessions   1. Data management, survey technique, process, systems architecture, metadata, interoperation

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government   2. Data mining, inference, privacy, aggregation and sharing, metadata, security 3. Human-computer interaction, privacy, dissemination, literacy 11:45 Report Back from Breakout Sessions 12:15 p.m. Adjourn Participants Richard Allen, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service Martin Appel, Census Bureau Don Bay, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service Linda Bean, National Center for Health Statistics Lewis Berman, National Center for Health Statistics Tora Bickson, RAND Corporation Larry Brandt, National Science Foundation Cavan Capps, Census Bureau Lynda Carlson, Energy Information Agency Dan Carr, George Mason University William Cody, IBM Almaden Eileen Collins, National Science Foundation Frederick Conrad, Bureau of Labor Statistics Heather Contrino, Bureau of Transportation Statistics Robert Creecy, Census Bureau W. Bruce Croft, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Marshall Deberry, Bureau of Justice Statistics David DeWitt, University of Wisconsin at Madison Virginia DeWolf, Office of Management and Budget Cathryn Dippo, Bureau of Labor Statistics Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research William Eddy, Carnegie Mellon University Jean Fox, Bureau of Labor Statistics John Gawalt, National Science Foundation Jim Gentle, George Mason University Valerie Gregg, National Science Foundation Jane Griffith, Congressional Research Service Eve Gruntfest, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Carol House, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government Sally Howe, National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications Terrence Ireland, Consultant Thomas Kalil, National Economic Council David Kehrlein, Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, State of California Sallie Keller-McNulty, Los Alamos National Laboratory Nancy Kirkendall, Office of Management and Budget Bill Larocque, National Center for Education Statistics, Department of Education Frank Lee, Census Bureau Judith Lessler, Research Triangle Institute Michael Levi, Bureau of Labor Statistics Robyn Levine, Congressional Research Service Denise Lewis, Census Bureau Gary Marchionini, University of North Carolina Patrice McDermott, OMB Watch Tom M. Mitchell, Carnegie Mellon University Sally Morton, RAND Corporation Krish Namboodiri, National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications Michael R. Nelson, IBM Clifford Neuman, Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California Janet Norwood, Former Commissioner, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Sarah Nussar, Iowa State University Leon Osterweil, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Paul Overberg, USA Today Bruce Petrie, Statistics Canada Linda Pickle, National Center for Health Statistics Joseph Rose, Department of Education Charlie Rothwell, National Center for Health Statistics Alan Saalfeld, Ohio State University Ravi Sandhu, George Mason University William L. Scherlis, Carnegie Mellon University Diane Schiano, Interval Research Paula Schneider, Census Bureau James Smith, Westat Karen Sollins, National Science Foundation Edward J. Spar, Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics Peter Stegehuis, Westat

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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government Latanya Sweeney, Carnegie Mellon University Rachel Taylor, Census Bureau Nancy Van Derveer, Census Bureau Katherine Wallman, Office of Management and Budget Linda Washington, National Center for Health Statistics Andrew White, National Research Council

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