Actuate's Jeff Morris to Moderate Big Data Panel at Government Technology Research Alliance (GTRA) C


Actuate's Jeff Morris to Moderate Big Data Panel at Government Technology Research Alliance (GTRA) Council Meeting on Sunday, June 2nd, 2013

Panel participants to include NASA; U.S. Department of Homeland Security and

SAN MATEO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Actuate Corporation (NAS: BIRT) , The BIRT Company - delivering more insights to more people than all BI companies combined, today announced their participation along with government luminaries in this year's GTRA Council Meeting. The focus of this year's meeting is "The New Federal IT Landscape: Managed Services, Risk Management, Mobility & Big Data." Actuate will participate at the event by moderating a panel discussion on Big Data in Government.

About the Panel Discussion

Panel Moderator,Jeff Morris , is the Vice President of Product Marketing at Actuate, the makers of the ActuateOne® BIRT-based suite of commercial products for development and deployment of custom business analytics applications for Big Data, Predictive Analytics and Customer Communication Management. Mr. Morris' career spans more than 20 years in the technology industry in Internet, open source technologies, and application development.


Panel Discussion: "The Power of Big Data: Data Consolidation, Intelligence Sharing & Better Decision Making" with participants including Dr. Ken Griffey, Chief, Center Services Facility Planning & Utilization Division, Stennis Space Center, NASA; Jonathan R. Cantor, Acting Chief Privacy Officer for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; and Shawn Kingsberry, CIO, RATB,


Sunday, June 2nd, 3:25 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.


Room Chesapeake A at the Hyatt Regency in Chesapeake Bay, Cambridge, Maryland

The GTRA Council Meeting runs June 2-4, 2013 at the same location.

Actuate - The BIRT Company

Actuate founded and co-leads the BIRT open source project, which is used by over 2.5 million developers around the globe and serves as the foundation of the ActuateOne® platform. Applications built on ActuateOne deliver more business and consumer insights to more people than all BI companies combined - ensuring organizations are ready for the exponential growth of Big Data and the proliferation of touch devices.

The ActuateOne platform empowers developers to rapidly develop custom, BIRT-based business analyticsand customer communications applications. ActuateOne applications built with one BIRT design can access and integrate any data, including unstructured sources. They provide one user experience regardless of skill level and are supported by one platform for any cloud, hybrid, on-premise, web or touch device deployment.

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Actuate has over 5,000 customers globally in a diverse range of business areas including financial services,technology and the public sector. Actuate is listed on NASDAQ under the symbol BIRT. For more information, visit or engage with the BIRT community at

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