Vision Federal Market Forecast

October 29-30, 2018 | USA

The 54th Annual Vision Federal Market Forecast is the only non-profit federal market forecast that addresses the defense, civilian, and federal IT markets. Attend the Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference on Oct. 29-30, 2018, where industry and government convene to present and discuss the results of the Vision Federal Market Forecast.

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Our recent report on local government cloud adoption paints a picture of the maturity of councils’ information management, their readiness to adopt digital methods and how far they have moved away from a dependence on traditional insourced IT.


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New York Digital Government Summit 2022 - LIVE!

September 21, 2022 | USA

Following the pandemic, New York is faced with a number of important technology-related challenges, starting with the need to improve the quality of digital services our state provides, secure our systems from cyber threats that are more numerous and more sophisticated, and recruit and retain the next generation of technology leaders who can build on the progress we’ve made and point the way to a better and more prosperous future. We must act smartly and decisively, and seize on this moment to create positive and transformational change. The Digital Government Summit brings together key technology decisionmakers in state and local government IT to collaborate and share best practices on how to fully respond to these challenges so we can better serve hardworking New Yorkers. I am very much looking forward to participating in this year’s summit, and hope you will join us.

Arizona Digital Government Summit 2022

May 18, 2022 | USA

Government Technology's passion is promoting best practices and spurring innovation in the public sector – more important than ever in challenging times like these. Please join us for a powerful series of sessions that provide inspiration, participation, education, and thought-provocation! "It's a new year and we have all operationalized new ways of working. The demand for digital services is as high as ever and the need to continuously improve and modernize our business processes and supporting technologies is paramount. The annual Digital Government Summit is always an important part of our year. It gives us the opportunity to refocus and recharge by connecting with our peers, to be inspired by their successes, and to expand our vision for how technology can better serve our organizations and our citizens. I hope you can join us as we explore the important issues we’re all facing this year." J.R. Sloan, Chief Information Officer, State of Arizona

2022 Above & Beyond: Innovators Awards

June 28, 2022 | USA

City & State NY will celebrate, for the first time, the Above & Beyond: Innovators Awards. These awards are given out to those involved in transformative government projects, individual change agents and industry partners that are reimagining the public sector. The awards will recognize government organization initiatives that make innovative use of data and emerging technologies. Innovation Areas: Pioneering service or approach to service delivery that use data and emerging technologies to improve the overall experience Creative use of systems, platforms, data and emerging technology that improves the safety or effectiveness of the government workforce, increases operational efficiencies or reduces costs of government organizations Innovative use of data and emerging technology that improves community-focused outcomes, including those addressing the economic, social and community impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic

Utah Digital Government Summit

June 8, 2022 | USA

Government Technology's passion is promoting best practices and spurring innovation in the public sector – more important than ever in challenging times like these. Please join us for a powerful series of sessions that provide inspiration, participation, education, and thought-provocation!

Spotlight

Our recent report on local government cloud adoption paints a picture of the maturity of councils’ information management, their readiness to adopt digital methods and how far they have moved away from a dependence on traditional insourced IT.

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