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Shantanu Narayen Participating in White House Event Today on Modernizing Government

narayenphoto.jpgAdobe CEO, Shantanu Narayen, is participating in a White House event today focused on modernizing government. The event brings together private sector and federal government leaders to discuss new ways to use technology to streamline government operations, improve customer service, and maximize returns on information technology investments.

President Obama will speak at the opening session, which will be followed by five breakout discussions. Among them is a session on managing technology return on investment, moderated by Deputy Secretary of State Jacob Lew and including Shantanu.

The opening and closing sessions, as well as all five breakout discussions, will be streamed live on

See a piece about the event on the Huffington Post today co-bylined by Shantanu and a few other participating CEOs.

Watch Adobe’s Rob Pinkerton, director of Public Sector Solutions, discuss the event here.

Adobe Representative Discusses Obama Administration’s Open Government Directive

Rob Pinkerton, Adobe’s director of Public Sector Solutions, was recently interviewed about the Obama administration’s Open Government Directive (.pdf) on Focus Washington TechView.

The video includes conversation on the three principles in the Directive, as well as the upcoming deadlines government agencies face and the types of information they are required to release. Further, Pinkerton discusses some of the cultural opportunities and challenges resulting from the initiative, and the related role of technology. Watch it here.

Stay up-to-date with Adobe in the Government market by following the team on Twitter at: @AdobeGov, and by checking out the Government Bits blog.

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