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Showcase Your Innovation Program at the 2015 Spring Summit

2014 Summit Expo tables and crowd of attendees

Here’s another other opportunity to show DigitalGov innovators what you got!

The spring Digital Citizen Services Summit “Spring 2015 DigitalGov Citizen Services Summit”) will host an expo, like we did in 2014, where you can showcase your program or service. This way participants will get a chance to meet the people behind innovative programs across the federal government and explore collaborations and knowledge sharing with you.

We are inviting you to submit information about the project you want to showcase for a chance to exhibit. Spots are limited so make sure you get your submissions in early. We will be reviewing all submissions to make sure we are featuring agencies across the federal government and highlighting the breadth and depth of the innovations.

Here’s what we are looking for. Tables must be:

  • Hosted by a federal agency
  • Showcasing or demoing a government-wide service, community, or tool with a digital theme
2014 Summit Expo tables and crowd of attendees
2014 Summit Expo tables and crowd of attendees

Last year we had tables hosted by the Millenium Challenge Corporation, Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid office, GSA’s 18F, the MobileGov Community of Practice, and more.

Don’t delay—submit your innovations today. The final deadline for submission is May 1st.

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