Overview

November 16
10AM PT, 1PM ET

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When COVID-19 first hit, everyone -- including state and local governments -- were caught off guard. Agencies had to rapidly pivot their workforces to remote work and move services virtual, all while confronting complex challenges like how to roll out testing and handle a wave of unemployment insurance claims. But the lessons learned from navigating these challenges can help governments better prepare for what we know is going to come in the future: a vaccination and a return to work.

On Nov. 16, join Government Technology and Microsoft for an informative discussion around what governments need to start thinking about as a promise of a vaccination nears. Register for this webcast now to learn:

  • Vaccine considerations around inventory, registration, scheduling and more
  • How existing tools and technologies can be redeployed to aid with future COVID challenges
  • What this all means for a safe and effective return to work down the road

Speakers

Bob Woolley

Bob Woolley — Moderator

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

David Rhew

David Rhew

Global Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and VP of Healthcare, Microsoft

Kim Hoffman

Kim Hoffman

Director, Services Sales Specialist, Microsoft

Andy Pitman

Andy Pitman

Director, HHS Solutions, Microsoft