10AM PT, 1PM ET
As states emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, technology leaders face significant decisions about the future. The good news is that the value of applying technology to government processes has never been more visible. CIOs and their teams stepped up during the pandemic to deliver critical capabilities to support remote work, digital services, virtual public meetings and more — and they did it with unprecedented speed and agility.
What did we learn from this rapid response, and what can we carry into the future around being more flexible and responsive? We’ll explore these important questions in an interactive webcast on June 17th. A panel of experts hosted by the Center for Digital Government (CDG) will unpack how digital best practices for state governments are evolving, based on real-world experiences and extensive research and analysis conducted by the CDG’s Digital States Performance Institute.
Register now to hear:
- What worked and what didn’t during the pandemic response
- Practical take-aways for deploying new technologies faster
- Insights around maintaining a new pace of innovation
- Strategies for improving flexibility while addressing procurement risk