Overview

May 14
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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The COVID-19 pandemic has required government agencies to immediately face a two-pronged challenge: getting their employees set up to work remotely and continue delivering services to the public with minimal disruption. Many agencies were already moving their most essential or citizen-facing services online, but now need to go digital with all of their processes -- quickly.

While this seems like a large undertaking, there are small steps agencies can take to keep their operations running seamlessly during this transition. On May 14, Government Technology is hosting a webcast on what agencies can do now to keep their employees productive and fast-track information and services to citizens. Join us to learn:

  • Initial steps you can take to put information, applications, other forms and workflow online
  • Real-life examples of how agencies are taking action to virtualize their workforce and services
  • How the steps you are taking now can be building blocks to full transformation down the road

Speakers

Kevin Albrecht

Kevin Albrecht

Senior Customer Advisor, Government & Higher Ed Sales, Hyland Software Inc.

Kevin Albrecht is a Government Industry Specialist Industry at Hyland Software. With more than 20 years of experience working with businesses, constituents, and government agencies, Kevin serves as a subject matter expert in identifying customer challenges and finding unique and innovative solutions to meet their pain points. Priding himself as a “government to English and English to government” translator, Kevin strives to break down the complexity of the tens of thousands of different government lines of business and work with customers and partners to identify their specific needs and foster a “trusted advisor” relationship.

Paul Clanton

Paul Clanton

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Paul Clanton has over 30 years in various Information technology roles in both the public and private sectors including 20 years successfully leading Information Technology departments. He has also had roles in software development, program and project management, systems administration, and database administration. He is now turning his experience and expertise to helping government organizations get the most value from their significant investment in people, process, and technology. Paul is a current member of Colorado IT Symposium Planning Committee. He has also recently been a member of the National Association of Counties (NACo) Information Technology Standing Committee, the NACo Cyber Security Task Force, the Colorado Digital Government Summit Advisory Board and the Denver CIO Executive Summit Governing Board.

Patrick Moore

Patrick Moore — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Patrick Moore has spent his career working to improve government and its responsiveness to citizens. Patrick spent 8 years working for Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, serving as state CIO from 2006-2010. During that time Patrick led a transformational restructuring of the state's technology function, establishing a new model for Georgia’s IT strategy. Upon leaving Georgia’s government Patrick served in client facing and sales executive roles with HP Enterprise Services where he focused on building and delivering solutions for state and local governments. Patrick now serves as managing partner for Integris Applied, a management consulting firm focused on CIOs and their organizations. Patrick is a noted expert in the state and local government technology space and a Government Technology “Top 25 Doer, Dreamer and Driver.” He is a frequent contributor to industry organizations including the Center for Digital Government and NASCIO.