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Integrated EA Conference 2015, London

Tuesday, 3 March 2015 to Wednesday, 4 March 2015

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About the conference

The IEA Conference started out in 2007 as a conference for the burgeoning enterprise architecture activities in government. The goal of the conference was to build a community of specialists with a shared belief that enterprise change can only be achieved when business and IT change are in lockstep. We attract attendees and speakers from very diverse backgrounds; from engineers to business analysts, CTOs to human factors specialists. Our speakers include senior civil servants and military, top academics, consultants and thought leaders from both the management and technical arenas.

The 2015 Integrated EA Conference will take place 3-4 March in London.

There is a limited number of free places (sponsored) for HMG Staff and UK Armed Forces. Please download the application form here

For more information:

http://www.integrated-ea.com/

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