December 5
11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour


Thurs. Dec. 5, 2013
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 Hour


Looking to improve your bottom line? Need to reduce your carbon footprint?
Concerned about fewer funds and higher demands from citizens?
Explore the solution: shared services.

Local government finds itself in a paradox—wanting to remain independent and yet often times tied to the state and federal governments for funding.  Has the slow recovery meant more fiscal woes?  Is local government ready to play in the sandbox with others and share?

With shrinking revenues and the public’s increasing need for multi-faceted services, shared services may be the guiding light for local governments.  The City of Melrose, MA is a shining success story of the benefits of shared services.

Join the Center for Digital Government and CIO, Jorge Pazos, to hear how shared services meant success for the City of Melrose, MA.

Learn how shared services can:

  •     Increase revenue – Hear how Melrose gained by providing services to neighboring   communities
  •     Do more with less – Increase operational efficiency and agency agility
  •     Consolidate data centers – Provide better, faster services to citizens
  •     Cut costs – Reallocate monies to other mission-critical city projects


Sound too good to be true?
Register today to be enlightened and become a government innovator!


Speakers:

Jorge Pazos
Chief Information Officer
City of Melrose, MA

Michael Shepherd
State & Local Government
Cloud BDM, Cisco

Harold Tuck
Former CIO, San Diego Cty
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

For questions or to register, contact:

Raquel Figueira
Government Technology
800.940.6039 ext. 1341
rfigueira@govtech.com

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