The May meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 30th, 2012.
Here are the details for the meeting.
|Topic –||“Enterprise Architecture – Best Practice in US Federal Government”.|
|Speaker –||Debashish Dey|
|Date –||May 30, 2012 11:30 am, Central Daylight Time|
|Location –||Audio Only Meeting Call-in toll-free number. Registration required to attend and for details.|
AGENDA Attachment: Agenda – ALFISIG 2012-05-30
Mr. Debashish Dey is an experienced Business/IT professional with more than 20 years of experience in engineering services, IT Services, Telecom, Federal Government, Retail and Insurance industries. He is a FEA Certified Enterprise Architect (CEA) with Enterprise Architecture experience in both private and government sectors. He has worked with senior executive management in strategic planning and architecture for many years. His strategic thinking and practical execution strategies have led to many successful implementations of mission critical enterprise architecture programs in the private and government sectors.
Mr. Dey has a very good grasp on Software Development Lifecycle methodology and is an expert in industry accepted methodologies such as RUP, Agile, and others. Mr. Dey has worked in fortune 500 clients like IBM, Sprint, EDS, Government Agency (USDA-FSA), Collective Brands Inc., and is now in a consultant role at State Farm Insurance. His experiences with international clients include Larsen & Toubro Limited, Blue Star Limited and others. He brings a vast domain and technical experience with practical experience in Enterprise Architecture in various industries. He has successfully implemented Business Process re-engineering and rolled out Enterprise Architecture programs for many fortune 100 companies. He is also very skilled in project management, financial planning, and control.
Mr. Dey holds an MBA (Finance & MIS) from University Of Missouri Kansas City, BS (Engineering) from a reputed University in India and is a Certified Enterprise Architect from Federal Enterprise Architecture Certification Institute – Washington DC and California State University East Bay.