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Virtual Event: Citizen Experience - USA

Delivering a Connected and Seamless Citizen Experience

Wed. November 10th, 2021
12:00pm - 2:30pm ET

Agenda Overview:

As consumers, we have rapidly become accustomed to the convenience of utilizing phone apps and other digital channels in order to interact with organizations, make purchases, and provide feedback. As our expectations as consumers have shifted – so too have our expectations as citizens. As departments, agencies and localities around the country respond to this shifting demand in engagement methods – leaders are left to explore and examine meaningful ways to ensure that the key components of service and engagement are optimized.

Previous expectations of what was considered a good citizen experience has become inadequate for the ‘next’ normal – post-COVID. Government agencies and departments have been rethinking and realigning their citizen experience strategies by leveraging new approaches, technologies, and procedures. With public sector organizations rapidly embracing digital technologies, citizen service agencies are at a transformative time where they can reframe their strategies to improve CX experience all while reducing costs.

Public Sector Network’s Citizen Experience virtual event will bring together experts and public sector thought leaders as they examine and explore new ways to take CX to the next level. Join us as we focus on key learnings and actions that will help government departments and agencies to continue their momentum in providing safe, secure, and inclusive services; with a customer experience approach to match.

View the Full 2021 Agenda

Key Takeaways:

Explore how your public participation process can lead to clearer, more actionable feedback and communication

Examine opportunities and address the biggest CX challenges and persistent barriers

Garner perspective through government case studies that will help you to transform your understanding of citizen experience

Corporate 3

Discuss the role of UI & Citizen-centric design in digital applications

Meet the Speakers:

Jay Anderson

Civic Engagement & Public Participation
City of Colorado Springs

Ubax Gardheere

Equitable Development Director, Office of Planning & Community Development,
City of Seattle (WA)
& Member of the DEI Committee,
International Association of Public Participation (IAP2)

Anecita Agustinez

Tribal Policy Advisor,
California Department of Water Resources

Kathleen Foster Elliott

Government Relations Specialist,
The Muscogee Nation

Agenda Highlights:

12:00pm ET
Welcome from PSN & Chair Opening
12:20pm ET
Government Keynote Session: The Equitable Development Initiative: Driving the Citizen Experience through Innovative Engagement
12:35pm ET
Government Case Study: Point of Engagement: Unifying Communication & Service Delivery
12:50 pm ET
Partner Session: Optimizing Processes and Service Delivery to Improve Citizen Experience
1:05pm ET
Government Case Study: What Citizens Want: Designing Digital Services & the Framework to Deliver Them
1:25pm ET
Partner Session: Leveraging Data Insights to Improve CX
1:55pm ET
Panel Session: Going from Good to Great: Measuring our CX Success and Progress Made So Far
2:25pm ET
Closing Remarks from the Chair

In Partnership with:




Complimentary to attend

For public sector only

Online event