June 8, 2023 | USA
The world of digital identity is moving into a state of maturity after many years of experimentation. Driving forces such as citizen expectations, remote working, complicated identity verification processes, and increasing fraud levels, have shifted the ‘dial of identity’ to red hot. Governments the world over are crystallising their ideas and turning to thought leaders in the identity space to find elegant ways to identify their citizens.
Digital identity, and the data it holds, are the thread that holds digital services together. Think Digital Identity for Government 2023, brings together a glittering group of renowned ID and government experts alongside identity practitioners. Together, they will take you through the latest developments in the field of digital identity.
March 27-31, 2023 | USA
Orlando Government Contracts Week is a conference for all professionals concerned with government contracting. Immerse yourself in critical topics that impact the way you manage your government contracts. Create your own course schedule from 26 unique topics.
August 8-9, 2023 | Australia
Tech in Gov is the most comprehensive cross-sector event for government, IT, and executive level professionals in Australia. Each year, they descend on Canberra to meet to see the latest tech and do business. Over two days, Tech in Gov unites buyers such as ICT Managers, Chief Information, Data, Technology and Security Officers from Federal, State and Local Government, government business enterprises and national critical infrastructure and connects them with over 100 leading industry solution providers who showcase the most essential technologies, products, and service for digital innovation.
May 23-24, 2023 | USA
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.