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On this week's episode, Optum's Mylynn Tufte and Meta Kreiner discuss with the ICYMI crew how upcoming changes in federal quality measures for Medicaid and CHIP will impact state governments.
Futurist and author Michael Mascioni examines how political entrepreneurship has emerged as an important driver of political innovation and has the capability to accelerate government transformation.
Six startups selected as the most promising solutions at the 2022 State of GovTech event introduce their companies and describe their offerings. In this episode we spotlight Rheaply and ThruGreen.
Six startups selected as the most promising solutions at the 2022 State of GovTech event introduce their companies and describe their offerings. In this episode we spotlight Electo Analytics, ForceMetrics and HData.
Authors Marina Nitze and Nick Sinai, whose experience spans the White House, the Department of Veterans Affairs and Harvard University, discuss their new book and delve into ways of making bureaucracy work for you.
On this week's episode, John Campbell and Stacia Nowinski-Castro from Optum explore the promise modularity holds in helping agencies modernize, when it comes to Medicaid as well as procurement and other concerns.
Jeff Cook, managing director at Shea & Company, shares his perspective on the record level of gov tech market investment activity and the role of capital in accelerating public-sector innovation.
Former CISOs and cyber experts Dan Lohrmann and Deb Snyder discuss current cyber threats, as well as how state and local government can respond to the challenges associated with increasingly sophisticated attacks.
Gov tech veteran and Passport Chief Revenue Officer Doug Rogers discusses mobility management and how technology can help cities create more livable, equitable communities as new options emerge.
Emily Royall, smart city administrator for San Antonio, discusses the city's journey, the intersection of urban planning, data and technology and how the "smart city" conversation should evolve.
New Orleans CIO Kim LaGrue and e.Republic Senior Vice President Phil Bertolini discuss standout themes and moments from 2022 GovTech events.
Longtime investor and entrepreneur Steve Ressler shares his perspective with In Case You Missed It on the world of government technology and offers advice for those looking to enter the market.
Adam Henry of Arlington County, Va., and CivStart's Sarah Nicoll join Dustin Haisler to discuss what attendees can expect to see, hear and learn from government leaders, startups and investors at the October 2022 event.
Norma Padron, CEO and founder of EmpiricaLab, talks about health-care workforce challenges, the importance of facilitating collaboration in a hybrid world and how tech will help health-care teams work and learn better.
Hayden AI’s chief growth officer, Charles Territo, talks with Dustin Haisler about how technology enables cities to improve urban mobility and enhance the quality of life of their communities.
Accenture's Group Chief Executive - Technology and CTO joins ICYMI to discuss his recent book on human-inspired technologies and how they can help leaders approach innovation in a completely new way.
Dustin Haisler is joined by Chris Radich, Celonis' vice president of Solution Engineering, Public Sector, to discuss process mining and how agencies can leverage this technology to improve their procedures and delivery of services.
Special guests Brian Rempe (CEO, CivicPlus) and Ray Carey (CEO, Optimere) discuss public-sector transparency and compliance and how CivicPlus’ acquisition of Optimere will create a better experience for residents and the agencies that serve them.
Dustin Haisler and Joe Morris recap recent gov tech events including CA CIO Academy, the Texas Digital Government Summit and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) annual conference
The public sector is facing changing cyber threats — not just because of remote work, but from increasing ransomware hacks and nation-state attacks as well. But there are also new tools ready to meet those challenges.
Katie Tobin was a fellow with the Truman National Security Project and worked in national security before joining Google. She discusses the innovative ways that technology is being used in today's hybrid workforce.
Joe Cicero spent much of his career in the classroom before joining Microsoft to evangelize the benefits of remote device management for schools. Here he discusses all the new ways schools have found to make tech work.
On this week’s episode of “In Case You Missed It,” the crew talks with Google Cloud’s Quinn Chasan about how adopting AI has become easier than many in the public sector realize — and how it’s already helping them.
This week, the “In Case You Missed It” crew talks about weapon detection in light of the New York subway shooting and the Center for Digital Government’s Teri Takai gives an overview of the Government Experience Awards.
Joe Brazier leads K-12 strategy on Microsoft's worldwide education team. This week he answered the "In Case You Missed It" crew's questions about the changing needs of educators in the wake of COVID-19.
This week, State of Place Founder and CEO Mariela Alfonzo, with a Ph.D. in urban planning, answers the “In Case You Missed It” crew’s questions on urban design, spatial justice and how our environment impacts our lives.
The concept of circular cities hinges on reusing, recycling and redistributing material locally. Garry Cooper, CEO of Rheaply, explains how efficient asset management is helping cities across the country.
The “In Case You Missed It” crew is joined by special guest Jim Richberg, Fortinet field CISO for the public sector, to speak on the subject of state and local government cybersecurity preparedness.
This week, the “In Case You Missed It” crew get a crash course in creating a diversity and inclusion council from two Tennessee government workers who spearheaded an effort at the state’s IT agency.