June 4

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As cities continue to transition from COVID-19 crisis mode to recovery, new challenges are emerging. Surges in citizen service demand linger, and work-from-home scenarios for some government employees may become permanent. These shifting circumstances mean it’s more important than ever for local governments to use technology that’s flexible, scales well and allows them to adjust to emerging and potentially disruptive situations while continuing to engage with their residents.

Join us on June 4 at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET as our experts explore how local governments can use this transition period to adopt solutions that ensure they are better prepared to handle future disruptions.

You’ll hear:
- How a cloud-based platform can enable better citizen communication, engagement and service even when city employees are remote
- How to improve operational efficiency across your organization and generate insights that encourage data-driven decisions
- How to make core government functions more seamless and efficient despite higher service demands


Stephen Tyler

Stephen Tyler

Chief Technology Officer, Rock Solid Technologies

Stephen Tyler is the Chief Technology Officer at Rock Solid Technologies™, bringing over 27 years of software experience as a developer, engineering manager, product manager, company founder, and executive leader. Prior to joining Rock Solid, Stephen managed a globally distributed product development team at Broadcom’s Enterprise Software Division, formerly CA Technologies, and drove the modernization of their DevOps and Agile processes, new product ideation and conducted technical due diligence on acquisition targets. Prior to CA Technologies, Stephen lead software engineering for a successful startup from inception to acquisition and earned his MBA from Edinburgh Business School.

Patrick Moore

Patrick Moore — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Patrick Moore has spent his career working to improve government and its responsiveness to citizens. Patrick spent 8 years working for Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, serving as state CIO from 2006-2010. During that time Patrick led a transformational restructuring of the state's technology function, establishing a new model for Georgia’s IT strategy. Upon leaving Georgia’s government Patrick served in client facing and sales executive roles with HP Enterprise Services where he focused on building and delivering solutions for state and local governments. Patrick now serves as managing partner for Integris Applied, a management consulting firm focused on CIOs and their organizations. Patrick is a noted expert in the state and local government technology space and a Government Technology “Top 25 Doer, Dreamer and Driver.” He is a frequent contributor to industry organizations including the Center for Digital Government and NASCIO.