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Save the Date: Tech@State Mobile Diplomacy Event

Sign up now to join fellow MobileGov Community of Practice members for Tech@State’s Mobile Diplomacy conference on Friday, October 3, 2014!

Your attendance will let you participate in a variety of panels, ignite and breakout sessions about mobile development relevant to all digital government innovators. Members of the Mobile Gov Community of Practice from the U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Labor, Department of Defense and other agencies will be presenting on panels like “Mobile First: Design & User Experience” and “Best Practices in the U.S. Government Apps.”

The event is one of the first open to the public, government hosted, mobile-only events and it will be held at the George Washington University Jack Morton Auditorium.

To find out more information and register for their event, visit the Eventbrite page. You can also join the conversation on Twitter with #techatstate and by following @techATstate.

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