Past InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable Events

2013

The third annual InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable event took place at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Baltimore branch on May 09 – 10, 2013. This year’s theme was “Strengthening our Organizations: Developing and Enhancing InterAgency Relationships”. The event included interactive sessions, networking opportunities, and speakers to help further the relationships participants built over the past three years. Over 90% of participants had a better or increased understanding of how collaborating across regulatory agencies can provide business value to their respective organizations.

2012

The second annual InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable event took place at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's Baltimore branch on May 21-22, 2012. This year's theme was "The InterAgency Journey: Building Momentum for Future Success". Interactive sessions, networking opportunities, speakers and a panel discussion guided participants through the past, present and future of InterAgency collaboration. Following the event, 93% of participants had a better understanding about knowledge sharing and collaboration as it relates to the overall effort, and 95% of attendees made a new connection.

2011

The first InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable event, which took place at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland on May 3-4, 2011, invited partners from various banking regulatory organizations to network with colleagues, learn from industry experts, and share collaborative practices through a series of interactive sessions, presentations, and networking opportunities.  The theme of the event was "Igniting the Power of Collaboration: Knowledge Sharing and Transfer Practices to Solve Business Problems Across Agencies". Representatives from Deloitte, U.S. Air Force, APQC, Forrester Research and Microsoft facilitated planning sessions and best practices presentations to explore areas such as key success factors for interagency collaboration, business requirements, barriers and action steps to move forward.

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