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Chicago Digital Government Summit 2018

May 9, 2018
Chicago, IL

Overview

Government Technology’s passion is helping spread best practices and spurring innovation in the public sector. The Chicago Digital Government Summit is designed to do just that. The summit has an advisory board that gathers public sector and private sector leaders to create an agenda designed to make that passion relevant and actionable to the state and local government organizations attending the summit. Participants can take advantage of inspirational keynotes, leadership discussions, networking breaks, and timely topics discussed in the numerous breakout sessions to help advance the goals of their organizations and their own career paths.

Topics Include:

  • Navigating the Cyber Landscape
  • Making Sense of Your Data
  • Reinventing the Citizen Experience
  • Smart Communities – Tying It All Together
  • The Future of the IT Workforce
  • Social Media’s Slippery Slope
  • Human-Centered Design in Government
  • City Tech – Collaboration at Its Best
  • Geospatial, Geovisual and Geofantastic!

A message from our Keynote Speaker

We enthusiastically welcome the first-ever Chicago Digital Government Summit. We view it as a golden opportunity to engage not only our own city departments and agencies, but the entire metro area in exploring potential partnerships and how we can best leverage technology and data to better serve our residents and businesses. As the host city, we invite all regional municipalities and counties to join the discussion. I hope to see you there!

– Danielle DuMerer, Chief Information Officer and Commissioner, Department of Innovation & Technology, City of Chicago


We are looking forward to co-hosting the inaugural Chicago Digital Government Summit. Cook County is on a mission to increase the efficiency of our operations and streamline our services through the creative use of technology. The Summit is the perfect time and place to accelerate our progress and build on what we've already accomplished. Please join us and be part of important discussions and critical relationship-building. I look forward to seeing you at the Summit.

- Simona Rollinson, Chief Information Officer, Cook County

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Hyatt Regency McCormick Place

2233 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 567-1234

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Advisory Board

Government Representatives

Lori Baker
Chief Information Officer
Village of Northbrook

Brenna Berman
Executive Director
City Tech

Don Carlsen
Chief Information Officer
DuPage County

Adam Clement
Deputy Chief Information Officer
Bureau of Technology
Cook County

Danielle DuMerer
CIO and Commissioner
Department of Innovation & Technology
City of Chicago

Steve Edmonson
Chief Information Officer
Treasurer's Office
Cook County

Roger Fahnestock
Chief Information Officer
Kane County

Douglas Hurdelbrink
IT Director - Software Development & GIS
Department of Innovation & Technology
City of Chicago

Scott Koeppel
IT Director
Kendall County

Glen Liljeberg
Director of Information Technology
Village of Westmont

Tom Lynch
Deputy Chief Information Officer
Bureau of Technology
Cook County

Stacey Mansker-Young
Deputy Commissioner of Planning, Policy, and Management
Department of Innovation & Technology
City of Chicago

Carleton Nolan
Chief Technology Officer
Department of Innovation & Technology
City of Chicago

Katie Olson
Director of Operations and Services
City Tech

Michael Pegues
Chief Information Officer
City of Aurora

Eli Reynoso
Chief Technology Officer
Chicago Park District
City of Chicago

Simona Rollinson
Chief Information Officer
Cook County

Peter Schaak
Director of Information Technology
Village of Schaumburg

Tom Schenk
Chief Data Officer
Department of Innovation & Technology
City of Chicago

Denise Steffen
IT Director
Forest Preserve District
Will County

Luke Stowe
Chief Information Officer
City of Evanston

Hema Sundaram
Chief Technology Officer
Bureau of Technology
Cook County

Marc Thorson
Director of Information Technology
City of DeKalb

Rod Warren
Deputy Commissioner of Infrastructure and Operations
Department of Innovation & Technology
City of Chicago

Greg Wass
Chief Technology Strategist
Illinois Medical District

Industry Representatives

Ron Alcaraz
Director, Public Sector Midwest
Computer Aid Inc. (CAI)

Terri Diggs Norman
Assistant Vice President
Integrated Government
AT&T

Alice Engle
Client Partner
Government Sales
Verizon

Sam Hall
State and Local Government Marketing Manager
Laserfiche

Michael Nolfo
President
IDT, Inc.

Terry Ortiz
Client Executive
VMware

Summit Exhibitors Made Possible by Our Corporate Partners

Registration Information / Contact Us

Event Date: May 9, 2018

Open to Public Sector only.

Registration - Free

If you represent a Private Sector organization and are interested in attending the Event, please contact Heather Earney, (916) 932-1435.

Contact Information

For registration and general assistance contact:

Lora Riccomini
Government Technology
Phone: (916) 932-1421
E-mail: lriccomini@govtech.com

Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact:

Heather Earney
Government Technology
Phone: (916) 932-1435
E-mail: heather.earney@govtech.com

Venue

Chicago, IL

Venue

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place

2233 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 567-1234

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Reservations

Phone: (312) 567-1234
Rate: $309.00 single/double
Cut-off date: 4/17/18
Please reference ‘Government Technology’ or the ‘Chicago Digital Government Summit’ when making your reservation over phone or use the following reservation link: Chicago DGS Room Reservations.


Parking

Discounted parking is available for $23/day at the Hyatt in Lots A and B, the closest garages to the hotel. Lot B is directly connected to the hotel, but both are equal walking distance to our meeting space.


Transportation

There are a variety of public transportation options that make traveling to the Hyatt easy. The hotel is 4 blocks from the Green Line – McCormick Place stop and 6 blocks from the Red Line – Chinatown stop. Both the 3 Bus and the 21 Bus drop off outside of the hotel at the McCormick Place stop as well.