Join us to hear inspiring and informative “TECH Talks” along with the opportunity for hands-on interactions with technology innovations. Each day will feature presentations, demonstrations, networking and refreshments.
Mon, Nov. 4
Employee Open House
KPMG professionals have the opportunity to learn from our firm’s leading subject matter experts on topics that include Intelligent Automation, Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Data & Analytics, and much more.
Tue, Nov. 5
Alumni Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5
KPMG Alumni are invited to connect with KPMG professionals, interact with innovative technologies and earn CPE credits—because we believe that once KPMG, always KPMG. Opportunity to earn up to two CPE credits by attending both TECH talks delivered by current KPMG thought leaders.
|3:00 - 5:00 PM||5:00 - 7:00 PM|
If you have any questions, please contact Jessi Fulton.
Wed, Nov. 6
Ignite, Wednesday, Nov. 6
Business and government leaders are invited to choose from a full array of sessions with the option to earn up to 8 credits if participating in all of the day’s events. The day concludes with a rooftop reception. Click to register for your TECH talk sessions to earn CPE credits.
Technology Panel Luncheon
Local technology experts will be hosting a panel luncheon where discussion will focus on the 2019 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO survey and how the changing role of technology directly impacts the DC Metro area.
|9-12pm||12pm – 2pm||2-5pm||5-7pm|
|TECH Talks & Demos||Technology Panel Luncheon||TECH Talks & Demos||Rooftop Reception|
To view the full Innovation Week program and details on each TECH Talk, please click here.
Note: Schedule subject to change, please check back frequently for new updates.
CPE credits: After registering, you will have the option to either attend the full day of TECH Talks, the morning session, lunch technology roundtable or the afternoon session with a rooftop reception. Continuing professional education (CPE) credit is available to participants who meet the eligibility requirements with a chance to earn up to 8 CPE credits for the full event.
Thu, Nov. 7
Virtual Takeover, Thursday, Nov. 7
If you can’t attend KPMG Innovation Week in person, join Managing Partner Tim Gillis for a virtual tour of The Boro. This day also includes a session on Tax Technologies.
Discover leading practices and the art-of-the-possible technology solutions to address common income tax provision process and tax lifecycle challenges. This session includes an income tax provision technical refresher and items to consider in the year-end income tax provision.
|8:30am – 11:30am||12pm – 1pm|
|Tax Technologies session||Virtual Takeover|
Fri, Nov. 8
Student Innovation Summit, Friday, Nov. 8
The youth of today will create the technology of tomorrow. The Summit will bring together students to interact with KPMG leaders, explore TECH Talks and get hands-on experience using some of the firm’s latest emerging technologies.
We’re excited to have students from these universities participate in Innovation Week:
- University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business,
- George Washington University,
- George Mason University School of Business, and
- Washington Trinity University School of Business
We are also welcoming the following University faculty panelists:
- Pamela Armstrong, PHD UMD Robert H. Smith School of Business
- Pilar Little, F. David Fowler Career Center, GWU
- Amitava Dutta, PHD George Mason School of Business
TECH Talk Reflections and Q&A
Moderator: Shezia Khan, KPMG Hub Marketing
|9:45am||Human Machine Partnership||Chris Gauthier, KPMG Intelligent Automation|
|10:00am||Future of Audit||Mike Sawyer, KPMG Audit|
|10:15am||Transformation by Technology||Tom Frame, KPMG Federal Advisory Digital|
|10:30am||Cyberthreats||Ron Fleming, KPMG Cybersecurity|