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A Sneak Peek at the 2022 State of GovTech Summit — ICYMI

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.

Over the last decade, the government technology market has experienced rapid growth and acceleration driven by a perfect storm of market dynamics — including democratized technology infrastructure, reduced friction in the procurement process, increased access to funding for scaling startups and a growing number of entrepreneurs targeting government as their primary customer. Accelerated by the pandemic, the gov tech market shows no signs of slowing down and, as history has shown, is recession-proof.

Building upon the success of the 2021 State of GovTech event, CivStart and Government Technology have partnered with AWS and InState to bring together government IT leaders, industry trailblazers, investors and entrepreneurs in Arlington, Va.

This week, guests Adam Henry of Arlington County and Sarah Nicoll from CivStart preview some of what they intend to share at the event and why they are excited to participate.


Visit the State of Gov Tech 2022 web page for details about the event taking place Oct. 5-6 in Arlington, Va.

Find out more about CivStart and its annual gov tech startup cohort program.


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Dustin Haisler is the president of Government Technology's parent company e.Republic. Previously the finance director and later CIO for Manor, Texas, a small city outside Austin, Haisler quickly built a track record and reputation as an early innovator in civic tech. As President, Haisler drives exponential growth, implements new ideas and promotes a corporate culture that rewards creativity. Read his full bio.