We are busting at the seams with excitement because the DigitalGov Citizen Services Summit is less than a month away! Today we are announcing the working agenda and confirmed speakers.
The Summit, which will be taking place on Thursday, May 21, 2015 from 9 am-1 pm, has an all-star lineup that was put together with help from you and the Summit Sounding Board. This timely program includes:
- Dr. David Bray, Chief Information Officer of the Federal Communications Commission, talking about the Internet of Everything
- Dan Morgan, Chief Data Officer at the Department of Transportation, moderating a panel on privacy and identity management with the National Institute of Standards and Technology and Connect.gov
- Janet Stevens, Chief Information Officer at Food Safety and Inspection Service in the Department of Agriculture, moderating a panel on navigating DigitalGov “Administrivia” in an open way
Check out the schedule for more speakers and topics. We will be updating and tweaking as we confirm more!
You Can Still Sign Up for An Expo Table
There is still time to sign up your program for an Expo table. Showcase your digital innovation alongside the National Archives and Records Administration’s Citizen Archivist Tool, Sites.USA.gov, the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Disaster Management Mobile app, ePolicy Works and many others. Enter your submission to showcase today.
Have no fear if you live across the country or if you missed nabbing an in-person ticket. We are hosting a livestream, and it won’t be a run of the mill livestream, either. We are working to bring you a unique Summit experience including a special host, Bernetta Reese of USDA, who will bring viewers continuous programming like a behind the scenes look at the expo, exclusive speaker interviews and a dedicated Q&A. If you haven’t yet, register now. And, tell a colleague!Edit