Join agency peers and experts to learn how to work more efficiently, modernize legacy workflows, and improve agility.

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We are pleased to offer 4.8 continuing professional education (CPE) credits to those that attend the Team Tour: Government event in person, on March 6, 2024. CPE certification at Team Tour: Goverment is being administered by Carahsoft Technology Corp. Carahsoft is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. For more information on the CPE credits we are offering, the CPE sponsor, NASBA, and submission process, please click here.

What is Atlassian Team Tour: Government?

Team Tour: Government is the event for government teams to gain valuable insights on how to transform their work at scale, get the latest on Atlassian’s product advancements, and discover the public sector roadmaps.

Walk away with actionable insights to transform the way your agency delivers critical services with seamless integrations, customizable workflows, powerful analytics, and better visibility.

There will also be a training day on March 14 in Northern Virginia – be sure to indicate your interest when you register for Team Tour: Government.

Why attend?

Modernize your workflows

Get expert tips to better connect teams, simplify work, and speed up projects.

Be the first to know

Hear the latest on the Atlassian roadmap for the public sector, including FedRAMP, and how to transform agency work for delivery at scale.

Fuel your transformation

Discover how to expand digital government applications and self-services with automated, scalable tools and practices.

Get hands-on trainings

Unlock your team’s best work with tools that make it easy to hit the ground running and quickly scale as you go.


Check out the agenda to see what’s in store

March 06, 2024 (EDT)

7:00 AM - 8:30 AM

Registration and breakfast

  • Sponsor area open
  • Pre-registration desk for training
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM

Opening Keynote

Potomac Ballroom Salon 1 & 2

Rick Maharaj (Atlassian)
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Customer Keynote

Potomac Ballroom Salon 1 & 2

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Securing success in your future with Atlassian: Our roadmap for federal agencies

Potomac Ballroom Salon 1 & 2

Joe Egabalawi (Atlassian), Mel Policicchio (Atlassian), Christoph Rooms (Atlassian)

Join the Atlassian product and marketing team for an exploration of Atlassian's strategic investments in Data Center and our upcoming FedRAMP-authorized Cloud offering. Dive into what we have planned for the future and what that means for driving innovation and change across your teams.

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10:00 AM - 10:10 AM

Break / Transition Time

  • Sponsor area open
10:10 AM - 10:40 AM

We just implemented Jira Service Management, now what?

Potomac Ballroom Salon 1 & 2

Sam Nadarajan (Kunz, Leigh & Associates)

Your agency just implemented Jira Service Management for your support teams to use, but it feels like you are still running the exact same processes in a different system, without a plan to take full advantage of the optimizations that Jira Service Management offers. In this session, we will provide a roadmap of functionality that you can leverage to provide enhanced support for your customer base while reducing process overhead and increasing staff bandwidth.

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10:40 AM - 10:50 AM

Break / Transition Time

10:50 AM - 11:20 AM

Service management transformation: Jira Service Management in a naval shipyard

Service management extends into the physical world, whether maintaining facilities, equipment, or vehicles. Hear a case study in how Fincantieri Marine Repair, a shipyard that works on U.S. Navy and commercial vessels, uses Jira Service Management to manage repair jobs and service within their facility.

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USDA recently completed a mass migration (8TB) of OMB's Community (Confluence) content to, all within a year's time. Hear about that migration, the many opportunities ahead to grow the platform and enhance capabilities (e.g., chat, analytics, plugins, etc...), and the priorities we're focused on that will be keys to our success.

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11:20 AM - 11:30 AM

Break / Transition Time

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Sponsor Panel

More information coming soon!

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The future frontier: Lessons learned in migrating to Jira Cloud

Tina Behers (The Adaptavist Group), Jarin McClinton (The Adaptavist Group)

As organizations increasingly embrace the agility and scalability offered by cloud solutions, migrating from on-premises servers to cloud platforms has become a strategic imperative. In this presentation, our speaker(s), share experience in migrating Jira instances, valuable insights, and lessons learned from the journey of moving from Jira on-premises to Jira Cloud.

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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Lunch & Roundtables

  • Sponsor area open
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

ATARC DoD Panel: Revolutionizing government IT: DevOps integration in DoD software factories

Tom Suder (Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC))

Moderated by Tom Suder, join federal officials in a panel discussion on the transformative impact of DevOps within DoD software factories. Explore how DevOps methodologies are accelerating software delivery, emphasizing efficiency while upholding the highest standards of security and compliance. Panelists will delve into cultural shifts, collaboration strategies, and the creation of agile, responsive development environments.

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Help! I'm drowning in tickets! How to manage your Jira Service Management desk

Rodney Nissen (ReleaseTeam)

Is your team overloaded with tickets? In this talk, you'll learn how to tame your Jira Service Management ticket queue so that you can focus on the work that really matters.

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1:30 PM - 1:40 PM

Break / Transition Time

1:40 PM - 2:10 PM

ATARC Fed-Civ Panel: Enhancing experiences: Customer-centric IT service management in applications and processes

Tom Suder (Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC))

Moderated by Tom Suder, embark on a transformative journey with our panel discussion as we delve into the realm of IT service management, focusing on the deployment and management of applications to enhance customer experience. This session will unveil strategies for optimizing the development life cycle, ensuring seamless deployment, and elevating application management within a customer-centric IT service management framework.

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Lessons learned building a secure, user-friendly software factory with Atlassian

James Hunt (Contegix), Shaun Jones (Contegix)

Learn how we constructed an Atlassian-based DevOps platform focused on security and user experience. This session uncovers the journey from inception to execution, providing you with practical knowledge for your own scalable multi-tool ecosystem. Attendees will leave enabled to discuss the value of interconnecting Atlassian tools, and empowered to use our lessons as a guide. Get ready for transformation at scale!

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2:10 PM - 2:20 PM

Break / Transition Time

2:20 PM - 2:50 PM

Closing Keynote

Potomac Ballroom Salon 1 & 2

Ben Straub (Atlassian), Aaron Kleiner (Atlassian), Julie Dunne (Monument Advocacy)
2:50 PM - 4:00 PM

Happy Hour / Networking Activity and Departures

  • Sponsor area open
  • Pre-registration desk for training

March 14, 2024 (EDT)

8:15 AM - 5:00 PM

Free training day

Obtain CPE credits at the Carahsoft Conference and Collaboration Center in Reston, Virginia. Indicate interest at registration. 

Frequently asked questions

Team Tour: Government is a full-day event for government teams to gain valuable insights on how to transform their work at scale, get the latest on Atlassian’s product advancements, and discover our public sector roadmaps.

The event will take place at:
The Westin Washington, DC Downtown
999 9th Street Northwest, Washington, DC, USA, 20001

Team Tour: Government is a one-day event. Registration opens at 7:00 a.m. and the last session will conclude at 2:50 p.m. Join us for a happy hour to close out the event!

The event is free to attend.

Yes, self parking and valet are offered at the Westin for a fee. Please check their website for current pricing.

Yes, sessions will be recorded and made available on demand the week of March 18, 2024.

Sponsorship opportunities have closed for this event.

Yes, partners can attend, but are limited to one attendee from each partner, unless approved by their partner manager.

Yes, lunch and snacks will be served during breaks.

For additional questions, contact

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Discover how to use a united platform to work smarter and achieve mission goals faster with Atlassian.
Join us live in Washington, D.C. on March 6, 2024.