March 9

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Given the pandemic and other recent events, government organizations need flexible, scalable tools to safely meet the needs of the people they serve. But how can they accomplish that quickly and easily, and with limited budgets? No-code software can help governments rapidly digitize a variety of core administrative, licensing, permitting, and regulatory functions as well as stand up new services quickly, and government agencies are now adopting this technology at a rapid rate.


Join experts from Government Technology and Unqork March 9 at 10:00am PT/1:00pm ET for this first in a three-part webinar series that will explore the key things you need to know to put no-code to work for your organization today.


We’ll discuss:

  • What no-code is, how it works, and how state and local government organizations can put it to use
  • How no-code enables you to design, integrate and manage applications without writing a single line of code
  • Ways no-code can help you eliminate overhead costs associated with legacy code and maintenance
  • Current no-code government use cases


Cas Holloway

Cas Holloway

Head of Public Enterprise, Unqork

Cas Holloway is the Head of Public Enterprise at Unqork, joining in 2019 after five years with Bloomberg LP as Global Head of Technical Operations. Prior to that, Holloway served as Deputy Mayor for Operations and Commissioner for NYC's water and sewer utility for Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Earlier in his career, Cas was a lawyer at Debevoise & Plimpton and Cravath, and served as law clerk to the Hon. Judge Dennis G. Jacobs in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Holloway holds a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and an A.B. from Harvard University; he lives in Brookly with his wife, Jessica and two daughters.

Bob Woolley

Bob Woolley — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government and former Chief Technical Architect, State of Utah

Bob was the chief technical architect for the state of Utah’s Department of Technology Services, including the development of the state’s Utah.gov portal. Utah has been widely recognized in these areas with numerous national awards. He has also been a technical lead and RFP writer for the WSCA/NASPO Cloud and Data Communication Procurements. He has experience with state, county and higher education employee skill assessments and technology upgrade implementations.

He has extensive experience with development and implementation of enterprise infrastructure and technology services. He focuses on e-government and technical architecture, with special emphasis on technical architecture implementation, planning and analysis; Web design; cloud implementation; and development of online government services. He is a specialist in Theory of Operations documentation processes and implementation of Microservice Architecture and DevOps in hybrid cloud environments.

He has worked in the public sector as a university professor and systems analyst, and in the corporate world as a company president and enterprise architect. He has a master’s degree from Utah State University. He was named as one of Government Technology Magazine’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers, and has specialized in applying new and emerging technology solutions to government.