The Future of Money, Governance, & The Law

The Future of Money, Governance, & The Law
All governments need to understand now, more than ever, how blockchain is disrupting current systems. As cryptocurrencies, DeFi, DAOs, smart contracts, IoT, and AI shift power from centralized authority to decentralized authority, governments will need to understand and adapt. This 2 -day event is at the National Press Club in Washington DC and is intended to educate policymakers, map out trajectories, and offer solutions for public and private sector innovators and leaders.



Navigate Government featuring

November 2, 2023 | USA

Embrace the next frontier in identity security We’re taking Navigate Government to a city near you. Navigate Government featuring is the forum for identity practitioners to get first-hand insight into “what’s next” in identity security from a government perspective.

Achieving Transformative Cooperation for National Defense Forum

March 14, 2024 | USA

Join us at the Achieving Transformative Cooperation for National Defense Forum, where top military leaders, defense experts and policymakers will come together to explore the future of Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control (CJADC2) and its impact on international security. This event will focus on achieving seamless sensor-to-shooter connectivity on the battlefield by emphasizing combined interoperability with global partners. Speakers will discuss the United States’ strategic approach, how to promote resilience and what’s being done to address intensifying global competition.

State of GovTech 2023

November 14, 2023 | USA

The State of GovTech 2023 unites the whole ecosystem of local government innovation in a unique, all-encompassing event. Catering not only to technology experts, but local government leaders and innovators seeking to build networks, see the future of city technologies, and problem-solve with peers on key government challenges. This gathering offers a platform for the entire government technology ecosystem—including startups, technology companies, investors, entrepreneurs, NGOs, and academia—to assemble and discuss the latest innovation and technology trends, exchange best practices, network, and collaborate.

The CX Imperative Forum

January 25, 2024 | USA

Current bureaucratic procedures in the Federal government have imposed an overwhelming paperwork burden on citizens and workers, amounting to over 9 billion hours annually. In December 2021, President Joe Biden issued the Executive Order on Transforming Federal Customer Experience and Service Delivery to Rebuild Trust in Government. Although past actions have laid the groundwork for service improvements, this new order recognizes the need for sustained focus, accountability, and improved delivery for the public's benefit. Service delivery should prioritize the needs of citizens. Through human-centered design, empirical research, behavioral science insights, and continuous engagement in service delivery, processes can be made more efficient, fair, equitable, and transparent. Government must harness technology to modernize services, ensuring they're user-friendly, accessible, transparent, equitable, and protective. In our Potomac Officer’s Club’s: Radiant Digital CX Imperative session, we will discuss how digital transformation strategies can help agencies as they redesign customer experience to align with the presidential directive, including enhancing transparency, removing inequitable barriers, and protecting customer data.