Virtual Event: Government IT Insights – Fall Edition USA

Government IT Insights: Fall Edition

Friday, October 28, 2022 | 12pm – 2:40pm ET | Online

Event Overview

Transforming Government through Technology Driven Initiatives

Technology has evolved into a critical driver of change that matters. For this to progress, there is an increasing need for technology to become a competitive advantage. Whether it has been shifting to online, or the increased need to make all services accessible, technology has emerged as a critical component. That reality has injected a renewed importance and new urgency into modernizing the technology function.

The government can no longer afford the long timelines and disappointing returns that have hampered many of the technology projects of the past. Solutions should be implemented to realize long-term benefits and capture the full potential of technology innovations. Excellence in information technology is a prerequisite for excellence in the public sector. It is an ongoing challenge to find the right tools, infrastructure hardware, and systems that result in successful information technology projects and pivoting existing infrastructures.

Public Sector Network invites you to join the conversation at our Virtual Event: Government IT Insights: Fall Edition. We will bring together public sector thought-leaders as they examine how technologies play an integral role in launching new projects and being a catalyst of change.

Benefits of Attending

Hear how technology drives initiatives such as automation, accessibility and inclusion, and the citizen experience

Learn how technology can engage and empower citizens

Broaden each participant’s understanding of thestrategic and technological issues facing the public sector

Examine and address challenges that occur from technology driven initiatives

Your Inspiring Speakers

ERIC BROWN
Chief Information Officer
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Service

KHADIJA R. HARRIS
Chief of Application Development Services
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Service

JON SAULTZ
Chief Technology Officer and Director of Services
District Attorney’s Office – 18th Judicial District Colorado

JULIA WONG
IT Accessibility Compliance Officer
Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services

MIKE BACA
Chief Information Officer New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department

JAMES ROGERS
Director of Information Technology
Colorado Department of Higher Education

Your Registration Includes:

Virtual Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest IT trends, explore how to instantly apply these insights, and gain unique perspectives.

Interactivity

An opportunity to engage with the speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges.

Leading Technology Solutions

Hear from the top solution-providers in the government space and explore key technologies to improve your citizen services.

On-Demand Content

Receive instant access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network learning platform.

What Your Peers Had to Say

“Good topics, appreciated hearing the experiences of others.”
City of Seattle, WA

“Great communication by everyone on your team! Very well organized!”
State of New Jersey

“Interesting speakers – very much enjoyed various sessions.”
Larimer County, CO

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