Technology holds a vast potential to change the way government runs and transform public service. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cloud computing are disruptive forces for change that can ultimately improve government services and operations through lowered costs, increased efficiency, and better citizen services and engagement. In December 2017, Nextgov is taking a trip out West to Los Angeles, California, to talk with some of the most tech-savvy federal officials today and explore how they’re using emerging technologies to transform government.
- December 12, 2017
- December 5, 2017
- November 15, 2017
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- Earlier this year, the President signed an Executive Order designed to strengthen the cybersecurity of federal networks by calling on agency heads to collaborate and use a common framework to manage risks. Join our panel to learn about the requirements of the Executive Order and strategies that agencies can use to implement the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s framework and ensure critical IT infrastructure remain safe and secure. Citrix and Intel are very engaged through their investments in new technologies and welcome you to this exciting panel.
- The fundamental nature of intergovernmental relations is changing. From immigration to climate change, state and local governments sometimes find themselves at odds with federal policy. Governors and mayors are stepping to the forefront on international relations and trade. Funding formulas for healthcare, homeland security, social services, taxation and infrastructure are all up for debate. During this viewcast we’ll look at what the Trump administration’s agenda means for state and local governments across the country.