Why Automated TBM?


Embracing digital transformation in both short and long term

(Jason Miller, Federal News Network and Bob Carter, Apptio)


Why both Centralized and Federated Appropriations need TBM

(Jim Gfrerer, Former CIO U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs)


The genesis of TBM and why IT leaders need it

(Larry Blasko, Apptio)


Automating the consolidation of information to make better, more informed decisions

(Larry Blasko, Apptio)


Reducing service and unit costs using TBM

(Bharat Amin, Huntington Ingalls Industries)


Reconciling a 24/7 mission with affordability, sustainability, and strategic intent

(Sonny Bhagowalia, CBP)

Best Practices & Lessons Learned


Overcoming IT Financial Management obstacles

(Joe Klimavicz, DOJ)


Consuming IT with consequence

(Jim Gfrerer, Former CIO U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs)


Prioritizing outcomes and focusing on the bigger picture with TBM

(Patty Howell, CBP)


Fulfilling the responsibilities of a Portfolio Management Office

(Cammy Webster, Washington State)


Applying the utility of TBM at United States Secret Service

(Fran Humphrey, US Secret Service)


Integrating both horizontally and vertically across an organization using TBM

(Sonny Bhagowalia, CBP)

Benefits of Standardization


Launching TBM pilots to develop lessons learned

(Joe Klimavicz, DOJ)


Cementing terminology for operational value streams and sustaining and developing systems

(Tim Argabrite, FBI)


Mapping workbook exhibits the power of Apptio and ServiceNow integration

(Phil Alfano, Apptio)

Impacts of Automated TBM


Automating TBM to hold truly informed conversations

(Jim Gfrerer, Former CIO U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs)


Closing on-premises data centers and moving data to the cloud

(Joe Klimavicz, DOJ)


Ditching Excel and run IT like it’s a business

(Michelle Bell, University of Texas at Arlington)


Composing and delivering public-facing IT Spend Reports

(Stephanie Roe, Washington State)


Reducing IT costs by using TBM to find efficiencies and technical solutions

(Adam Furtado, Kessel Run)