GCN Enterprise Architecture Conference Photo Gallery

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At GCN's 2004 Enterprise Architecture Conference in Washington, a panel of experts--from left, NASA CTO John McManus, GSA's Marion Royal and BAE Systems' Charles E. Dickerson--answer questions from the audience.

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Luncheon speaker Patricia Dunnington, CIO of NASA, talks about enterprise architecture plans.

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During a break in sessions, crowds milled about the halls of the Ronald Reagan Building, checking out the exhibits.

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Sallie McDonald, director of strategic partnerships for DHS, contributes to a plenary session on security and privacy.

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Brett Bobley, CIO of the National Endowment for the Humanities, talks about finding the right place for EA within an organization.

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Richard Burke, HUD's chief architect for IT, and Debra Stouffer of DigitalNet Inc., conduct a plenary session, "Looking Towards 2007."

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Cathleen Blanton, an analyst with Gartner Inc., offers ideas on how to sell the idea of EA within an organization, "without ever uttering the words, enterprise architecture."

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GAO assistant director Lester Diamond talks about aligning EA and IT investment.

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