Government Delegation Program at re:Invent 2019

Las Vegas, Nevada, US | 2-4 December 2019

Accelerate your organization’s transformation by joining a global network of government executives

The AWS Government Delegation Program provides executives with customized peer-learning opportunities at re:Invent, AWS’s largest annual tech conference. This invitation-only program begins with an exclusive Government Delegation Day aimed at building new competencies and connections, and features first-hand accounts of how the cloud accelerates experimentation and innovation across global governments.

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Executive Keynotes

The keynotes at re:Invent 2019 will deliver the latest news about AWS products and services, inspiring you to push boundaries and innovate in the cloud.


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Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO,

Dr. Werner Vogels is Chief Technology Officer at where he is responsible for driving the company's customer-centric technology vision.

As one of the forces behind Amazon's approach to cloud computing, he is passionate about helping young businesses reach global scale, and transforming enterprises into fast-moving digital organizations.

Teresa Carlson, Vice President for Worldwide Public Sector, AWS

Teresa Carlson is the founder and leader of the AWS Worldwide Public Sector, and one of the most accomplished and forwarding-thinking technology leaders in the world today. Through her charismatic leadership, Carlson has helped change mindsets of individuals and organizations around the world, modernize policies at all levels of government, and cultivate a 21st century global workforce equipped with skillsets to leverage the cloud’s full potential to drive innovation.

Stephen Schmidt, Chief Information Security Officer, AWS

Steve is Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for AWS. His duties include leading product design, management, and engineering development efforts focused on bringing the competitive, economic, and security benefits of cloud computing to business and government customers. Prior to AWS, he had an extensive career at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where he served as a senior executive and section chief. He currently holds five patents in the field of cloud security architecture.