Welcome to the OAUG Federal Special Interest Group!
The mission of the Oracle Applications User Group Federal Special Interest is to discuss and address topics relevant to the federal community and help shape the direction of the federal product to better serve the users. This includes:
April 7-11, 2014
The Venetian and the Sands Expo Center
Las Vegas, NV, USA
The Federal SIG will be meeting at COLLABORATE 14 on Monday April 7th at 2:10 pm and would like to invite you to join us in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 7-11!
COLLABORATE 14 is designed to help users of the full family of Oracle business applications and database technologies gain greater value from their Oracle investments.
The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) is hosting many breakout sessions tailored for you and your particular interests. Whatever your focus, there's a session designed for you— visit collaborate.oaug.org to view the agenda. You’ll also hear from key industry luminaries speaking at COLLABORATE 14, including representatives from Oracle. Plus, Adam Savage, co-host of “MythBusters” on the Discovery Channel presents the keynote, Curiosity: Asking the Right Questions, which is sure to get us all thinking!
Register today for this must-attend event! Early-bird registration discounts expire on Wednesday, February 12. For registration information and the latest updates on COLLABORATE 14, visit http://collaborate.oaug.org.
Use the COLLABORATE 14 App
The new COLLABORATE 14 app promotes dialogue before and during the conference. Create a profile and add a photo to facilitate networking. In Settings, you can allow participants to email you directly. You can also connect the app to your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts. With this tool, attendees can post questions or comments directly to your session listing. Be sure to check activity on your session listing and be responsive to discussions. Or, post a conversation-starter.
* On Twitter, please follow and mention @COLLAB_OAUG and use hashtag #C14LV.
* We are on Facebook! Please like, comment and share our posts athttp://collaborate.oaug.org/facebook
* Participate in the OAUG LinkedIn Group discussion board: http://collaborate.oaug.org/linkedin
* Videos: Please feel link to our first COLLABORATE YouTube video (more videos coming soon): http://youtu.be/qOEPGmo59Lw