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9/25/2012
When: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
8:30am - 10:00am
Where: CTA Offices
216 16th Street
Suite 850
Denver 80202
Contact: Maggie Reber-Wynn


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How does your IT Department manage the changes with customers?  

What applications do you use?


Join us for an important case study from the public sector that is applicable to the private sector on managing changing information about user accounts across multiple applications.


The Douglas County School District manages over 125,000 user accounts across 30 major enterprise applications. 

Learn how they managed the frequent changes to user accounts, including:

61,000 + student enrollments across schools in the districts

60,000 households (change in material status, moves, etc…)

6,000+ employees (new hires, terminations)


How can the private sector learn from the public sector on identity management?

Jenny McGurk, IT Program Manager, Douglas County School District will talk about her lessons learned, such as:

  • Identifying and incorporating a centralized, scalable and automated solution.
  • How to overcome hurdles when implementing single sign-on across all applications.
  • How to create a standard access policy that’s enforced based on role or position.
  • Tips for immediate access changes (Ex: HR updates employee assignments or school registrars change)
  • The importance of enhancing the underlying architecture to enable the implementation of customized portals and other new applications.  


About the Speakers
Jenny McGurk, IT Program Manager, Douglas County School District
Jenny McGurk has been actively involved in the technology community for the last 30 years as a designer, developer, manager and consultant for both the public and private sectors.  She holds an M.B.A from Butler University and is also an Oracle Certified Professional and a certified Project Management Professional. For the last ten years she has been an IT manager for Douglas County School District, implementing new systems for a new age of education. 


Chris Koehnecke, Manager, KPMG LLP
Chris Koehnecke is a manager in KPMG's Dallas IT Advisory practice with over 11 years of broad and diversified technical experience conducting IT assessments, implementations and strategy development in multiple information security areas. 


Chris has recently been involved with several identify management campaigns for multiple different clients, focusing on developing privileged access management processes and implementing tools to support the control of privileged access across the enterprise network.  






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