May 18

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State and local governments face big challenges around modernizing old applications, replacing paper processes and rolling out new digital services. But full system replacement is expensive and time-consuming. And pre-built applications rarely suit the unique needs of government programs, leading to costly modernization. It’s time to consider a new approach: A technology known as packaged business capabilities (PBC) lets agencies use lightweight application building blocks to deploy new services or incrementally replace entire applications.

On May 18, Government Technology will host an interactive conversation focused on how PBCs can help your organization modernize legacy technologies and expand digital services with less cost, risk and disruption. You’ll learn how this innovative approach works, and you’ll see real-world examples of how agencies are using PBCs to address critical business needs with speed, agility and flexibility.

Join us at 11 a.m. Pacific / 2 p.m. Eastern to find out how PBCs can be used for:

  • Standalone implementations that replace manual or paper-based processes
  • Legacy modernization that replaces and upgrades old systems
  • System enhancements that extend functionality of existing technology


Phil Bertolini

Phil Bertolini — Moderator

Co-Executive Director, Center for Digital Government and former CIO, Oakland County, Michigan

Jordan Humpal

Jordan Humpal

Section Manager of Enterprise Architecture and Integration, Wisconsin DHS

Jake Engle

Jake Engle

Director of State and Public Health, Cerner

Jeremy James

Jeremy James

Vice President, Professional Services, Tyler Technologies