Beyond the Beltway 2015

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The #1 market briefing event on the state and local government IT market: Beyond the Beltway 2015!

At this must-attend market briefing, attendees heard from key government leaders and industry experts about opportunities, emerging trends and government initiatives that are shaping the market.

It is more important than ever to be strategic about your business objectives and to target your sales activities. We help you know what is happening in the state and local space and will pinpoint key deals, opportunities and overall trends that are vital for you and your company to know.

  • Network with the leading CIOs from around the nation who are responsible for billions of IT spending
  • Reach key industry leaders for future partnerships
  • Engage in key relationships with industry leaders
  • Define opportunities and emerging trends in today's IT market
  • Participate and see why Beyond the Beltway has become a MUST-attend event each year!


Featured Speakers

Rosa Akhtarkhavari, Chief Information Officer, City of Orlando, FL

Christine Binnicker, Deputy Chief Information Officer, City and County of Denver, CO

Michael Cockrill, Chief Information Officer, State of Washington

Rodney Davenport, Chief Technology Officer, State of Michigan

Bruce High, Executive Director of Information Technology / Chief Information Officer, Harris County, TX

Eric M. Larson, Chief Technology Officer, State of Florida

Dr. Steve Nichols, Chief Technology Officer, Georgia Technology Authority

Simona Rollinson, Chief Information Officer, Cook County, IL

Gail M. Roper, Chief Information Officer, City of Raleigh, NC

Charles Thompson, Chief Information Officer, City of Houston, TX

Ed Winfield, Chief Information Officer, Wayne County, MI

Spencer Wood, Deputy Chief Information Officer / Chief Operations Officer, State of Ohio

2016 Sponsorship Opportunities are available. For more information, contact:

Heather Earney, Sales Operations Manager
Center for Digital Government
Phone:  (916) 932-1435