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Communicate to Convince: Prioritizing Cybersecurity in State and Local Governments

October 19, 2016 This digital viewcast will explore some of the biggest cyber challenges facing state and local governments such as outdated IT systems, the rise of IoT, budgetary constraints and hiring the correct workforce, while also examining how to effectively communicate cyber risks to both internal and external stakeholders.

FITARA Forward: The Congressional Perspective

September 28, 2016 During this digital event, Nextgov will sit down with the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to discuss the status of FITARA’s implementation across the government. We’ll look at the hallmarks of successful FITARA adoption as well as the biggest areas of improvement for agencies. In addition, we’ll discuss what’s next on the road to IT modernization, including pending legislation such as the administration’s IT Modernization Fund, and Congress’ MOVE IT bill.

Technology and the Workforce - Investing in Government's Infrastructure

September 20, 2016 Technology is changing the way government recruits, develops and manages its most precious resource - its people. On September 20, we'll sit down with leaders across government to discuss technology's transformative effects on talent acquisition, performance management, and training and development.

Secure Storage: Keys to Successful State and Local Date Strategy

August 25, 2016 Join us on August 25 for a digital conversation as we take a look at the results of a recent Government Business Council research survey on how state and local officials are dealing with unstructured data and their strategies for organizing, protecting and leveraging it. Data experts will explore case studies and best practices on managing and processing big data at the state, county and municipal level.

FITARA Focus: The Changing Tech Landscape

August 23, 2016 The implementation of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) brought about a major shake-up for officials across government. By expanding oversight into IT investments and expenses, adjusting the roles of IT mission owners including the enhancement of the CIO’s authority, and updating the technology acquisition and procurement processes, IT leaders are working towards the common goal of an effective, efficient and secure technological landscape across all federal agencies. Register now to hear how agencies continue to push forward in achieving the requirements laid out by FITARA while controlling IT costs in general.

Overcoming Cybersecurity Challenges through Analytics

August 17, 2016 As agencies work to implement CSIP and CNAP to enhance cybersecurity capabilities, such as outdated infrastructure systems, inconsistent capabilities, and inadequate resources hinder their effort to avoid cyber-attacks. In this webcast, we'll explore the role big data and analytics play in overcoming these challenges and talk with experts about leveraging existing infrastructure with an integrated cyber analytics approach to help government agencies.

Decision Analytics: Unlocking the Potential of Government Data

July 26, 2016 High-performing organizations successfully use analytics to transform data into intelligence using actionable insights for improved performance, streamlined operations, and strategic decision making. Tune in July 26 to hear more about how different programs in the Federal government are using analytics to make better decisions that drive performance improvement and provide better service for their stakeholders.

A Look at Top Leaders and Innovators in State and Local Government

July 13, 2016 Route Fifty recently launched the Navigator Awards program honoring individuals and teams across state, county and municipal governments who have demonstrated the ability to implement innovative ideas to solve problems and improve public sector services in the communities they serve. Join us for an inside look at the Navigator Awards and a discussion on the qualities that make these leaders or teams so successful in driving change and innovation.

Building the Digital Government of the Future in a Secure Cloud

June 29, 2016 Today, going digital is table stakes. Government employees, agencies and citizens have been conditioned by the “commercial” experience and now expect the same experience from government. In this one-hour webcast, learn how to create the digital government of the future by leveraging multiple technologies in tandem in order to truly transform operational processes and employee/citizen experiences.

Operating in an Atmosphere of Uncertainty

June 28, 2016 The only thing that is constant is change. As we face a change in administration and possible changes in the SES framework, it is important to realize that change can bring about creativity and innovation. This viewcast will explore some of the potential changes that are unique to federal government agencies, and examine organizations that, despite the negative impacts of change, reinvented themselves or their processes to meet increasing demands.

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