This special, 90-minute webinar will leverage immersive video for a more engaging, higher impact learning experience. Participants can also ask live questions to our thought-leader panel.
A new model of economic development and job creation is emerging. Instead of luring large factories and corporations with costly incentive packages, governments are targeting individuals and bettering the quality of life for their residents. This game-changing economic strategy is being spurred by technology and is bringing countless new opportunities to governments. But to truly realize its potential, governments need to understand the full lifecycle and total economic impact of their IT systems.
Join Government Technology and the Center for Digital Government for a live, national town hall meeting that will include video discussions with key federal and state and local thought leaders from around the country.
This live, interactive event will let you:
Learn best practices for attracting, creating, and retaining next-generation jobs
Respond to trends in technology like telepresence, borderless networks, and intelligent devices that are revolutionizing government service delivery
Gain insights that can help you break out of the “IT Department” and “IT Budget” to improve your community’s growth and well being
Ask live questions of our experts from our online participants
In a phenomenon dubbed “The Silver Tsunami,” career employees are aging out of the government workforce in droves, leaving the public sector challenged to fill key positions. To attract and retain the next generation of talent, government agencies must embrace new strategies for training employees on software and technology, management strategies, productivity skills, negotiation techniques, and more.
How can social media make government more transparent, while minimizing legal risk and ensuring long-term transparency? With the evolution of communication technologies, interactions with your agency's constituents are no longer just one-way. But how can your agency best leverage the fluid, flexible communications found on sites such as Facebook & Twitter while also complying with legal requirements.