NOWFORUM 2016

FEDERAL SPEAKERS

Experience a unique gathering of ServiceNow executives and customers as they take the stage to share their insights about the power of a future fueled by service. Meet some of the Federal industry’s most innovative executives and IT leaders and learn how you can use ServiceNow to drive dramatic operational improvements across your agency.

EXECUTIVE KEYNOTE PRESENTERS

NowForum Speaker Headshot Michael Hubbard

MICHAEL HUBBARD

GLOBAL VICE PRESIDENT, INSPIRE PROGRAM
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Michael Hubbard is an advisor to executives of the largest firms in the world on obtaining value from enterprise software and technology. As the global vice president for ServiceNow Inspire, he spearheads growth of the second company in history to achieve $1B in software‑as‑a service subscription revenue. Hubbard served as a global vice president at VMware, a cloud technology innovator as they grew from $800m to over $6B in revenue. He helped the company’s most transformative and successful customers to attain cloud computing and IT‑as‑a‑service outcomes. Previous to that, he served in various application leadership roles with Oracle after delivering multi‑year enterprise‑wide customer consulting engagements with SAP, EDS, and ATKearney. Hubbard holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from University of Illinois, and certifications in technology and program delivery from Stanford University, SAP, Oracle, and VMware.

NowForum Speaker Headshot Bob Osborn

BOB OSBORN

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER – FEDERAL
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Bob Osborn is an accomplished senior executive who has held many high level IT leadership positions, including director of logistics IT for the U.S. Army G4, deputy J6/CIO for U.S. Transportation Command, deputy CIO at the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and CIO of the National Nuclear Security Administration. He has led major IT and organizational transformations throughout his career and is recognized as a thought leader across the public sector market. As a user of ServiceNow, he led ITIL‑based enterprise service management standardization within the U.S. Department of Energy. Osborn also served as a United States Marine Corps officer for 27 years.