Senior Level executive, the AF Chief Information Technology Officer, Office of Deputy Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
Frank Konieczny, a Senior Level Executive, is the Air Force Chief Technology Officer, Office of Deputy Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia. He has primary responsibility to advance the Information Technology landscape of the Air Force. His current focus areas include developing the future technical target baseline, mobility enterprise solutions, data management, Identity, Credential and Access Management access/claims management, mesh networks, artificial intelligence/quantum capabilities, cyber and technology innovation pathfinders and advancing the Joint Information Environment.
Mr. Konieczny has completed advanced degrees in computer science engineering and administrative science, and in 1987 he completed all coursework for a doctorate in computer science. He has extensive experience as a systems analyst and chief programmer, working with a variety of firms including Teledyne Brown Engineering, SAIC and General Research Corporation. He has supported the programming and analytical analysis for a wide spectrum of government projects including ballistic
missile defense, network design, missile test analysis, radar systems analysis and simulation, and operations research and statistical analysis. Mr. Konieczny would go on to serve as a project manager, business unit manager, Chief Scientist and Chief Technology Officer. He has managed more than 20 significant government sector programs involving multiple large and small business subcontractors and academic institutions in areas of Army and Navy manpower, logistics, force structure, undersea warfare, real time statistical analysis, biometric authentication, enterprise architecture, work flow management and simulation and modeling.
Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Konieczny was employed for 10 years with AT&T Government Solutions professional services business unit. He served as the CIO, CTO and Executive Director for Operations where he managed internal research and development efforts; multi-location infrastructure management and upgrade; process improvement and standardization; support organization coordination; and development of technical solutions for a wide spectrum of projects within the government sector.
Frank Konieczny is speaking at the following session/s
Panel: Promising Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Government
AI is transforming business and industry. Although the public might perceive government agencies and the public sector as slow adopters of emerging AI technologies, sometimes the opposite is true. Government agencies can be some of the earliest adopters. Join this panel discussion to learn how researchers, commanders, civilian agency executives and state and local governments can use Solr and AI-powered search. The panelists will discuss use cases that they are evaluating for implementations that will assist them with use cases best suited for AI and machine learning, such as: enhancing operational efficiency; predicting mission effectiveness; assuring battlefield readiness; evaluating vendor proposals; and predictive maintenance for vehicles in the field.
Learn how artificial intelligence capabilities at defense, intelligence and civilian agencies can help them achieve their missions.
Government employees interested in practical AI applications.