Leading in the public sector has always been challenging, but perhaps even more so today. Revenues have been decreasing for years now, with another round of cuts promised in just about every jurisdiction. Public sentiment about government is polarized, pressure for transparency is high, technology systems are aging, and their caretakers are retiring.
Come hear from state CIOs from around the nation on how they are meeting these and other challenges head-on, what they see as the next set of challenges facing leaders, and the role technology should play in helping government serve constituents.
Moderator: Cathilea Robinett, Executive Vice President, Center for Digital Government & Government Technology magazine