March 27
Duration: 1 hour

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Join us for this special webinar event to launch our newest special report! All attendees will receive a free copy of Public CIO’s freshest analysis on the next-generation strategies that are improving government right now.

What do we mean by “next-generation government?” Consider this: six short years ago, it was unthinkable for government employees to spend time on social networks. But when the private sector discovered that social networks are a valuable channel for two-way customer communications, government IT leaders sat up and took notice. And as it turns out, there are numerous next-generation technologies that can be used for similar results.

Next-generation technologies are helping public sector agencies keep pace — or even supersede — the private sector in innovation and techniques for engaging constituents. From the State of California to the City of Corpus Christi, Texas, innovators across government are literally changing the way that government work is done.

Join the Center for Digital Government and Public CIO for a live webinar on this critical topic. You will hear how:

  •     Innovators around the country are using next-generation technologies to cut costs, improve services, engage their citizens, and solve strategic problems
  •     The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) is improving service to its nearly 1.7 million members by delivering the information and tools they need through multiple channels, including phone, email, social media, a self-service website and face-to-face interactions
  •  The City of Corpus Christi, Texas, is using mobile apps to allow citizens to more effectively engage with city services and communications

John Miri
Center for Digital Government

Liana Bailey-Crimmins
Chief Information Officer,

Donna Lum
Deputy Executive Officer,

Michael Armstrong
Chief Information Officer,
Corpus Christi, TX

For questions or to register, contact:
Lauren Anderson
Registration Coordinator
(800) 940-6039 ext. 1378

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