October 2016 Federal Mobile Computing Summit Report

February 2017
Topics: Government Agency Operations, Mobile Technologies
Patrick Benito, The MITRE Corporation
Marie S. Collins, The MITRE Corporation
Duy Huynh, The MITRE Corporation
Darshan Kadam, The MITRE Corporation
Mark L. Russell, The MITRE Corporation
Michael Schoenfeld, The MITRE Corporation
Jeffrey L. Stein, The MITRE Corporation
Tom Suder, The Advanced Technology Academic Research Center
Tim Harvey, The Advanced Technology Academic Research Center
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The Federal Mobile Computing Summit includes a set of MITRE-Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC) led Collaboration Sessions that afforded industry, government, academic, and federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) representatives an opportunity to collaborate, and discuss prominent challenge areas in mobility. In some cases, potential solutions for key challenge areas were identified by session participants. The discussions were government-focused with the objective of refining gaps, and identifying features of potential solutions or frameworks.  

Participants representing government, industry, and academia addressed five challenge areas in federal mobile computing: Mobile Innovation, Mobile Technology Roadmap: What’s Next?, Identity and Access Management: Moving Towards Continuous Authentication, Patterns of Success for Deploying Mobility, How Mobile Technology is Transforming Healthcare.   

This white paper summarizes the discussions in the Collaboration Sessions and presents recommendations for government, academia, and industry.


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