Right now, the Space Weather Workshop, hosted by NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center, is being held. This is the first time since 2006 that I have missed this meeting, which is a bit disappointing because it is very enjoyable. Today is the forecasting day when various agencies deliver updates on forecasting capabilities to NOAA, the Airforce and Navy, and each other.
You can see the types of information delivered at this conference by perusing last year's talks, available here.
To get an idea of the government's current space weather prediction capabilities, be sure to check out SWPC's website.