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DigitalGov Summit: Live From the Comfort of Your Desk

The DigitalGov platform helps federal agencies meet 21st century digital expectations, and we’ve planned our second DigitalGov Summit with this mission and your needs in mind. The theme is open and the agenda is packed with presentations about how “opening” data, content, contracts and talent makes digital citizen services better, more effective and even cheaper.

Attending Virtually

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For our Summit this Thursday, we have an amazing line up of speakers and YOU can still sign-up to attend. Over the years, we’ve received lots of feedback about hosting more virtual-live events so that we can include those who aren’t in DC. This year’s livestream will allow digital practitioners from around the country to join the Summit.

Live stream participants will also hear exclusive content:

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on the schedule for live-stream exclusives.

Agenda Update

We are also very pleased and excited to announce some updates to the Summit agenda.

Megan Smith, U.S. Chief Technology Officer to the White House, will open the conference, and a panel discussing Innovations Through Open Customer Experience Practices will close the Summit, with panelists from the Internal Revenue Service, Export-Import Bank and U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services.

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