2:00 PM ET Program Integrity policies should be implemented to prevent unnecessary fraud, waste, and abuse in government agencies. Confirming program eligibility, monitoring changes that may impact eligibility, and addressing improper payments are three critical steps that can help taxpayers and the government save millions of dollars each year. A well-designed and properly implemented strategy for program integrity at both the federal and state agency level is crucial. Join us for our webcast where we discuss recent challenges regarding program integrity and specific areas where particular tools and best practices offer a great opportunity for improvement.
8:15 AM ET From user-centric websites to digital feedback tools, a city-wide open data mandate to high-speed internet services, Louisville is a national leader in harnessing technology to enhance citizen engagement. During this event we’ll explore the different ways Louisville connects and communicates with its citizens, and see how state and local governments across the country can use similar tools and tactics to engage their customers.
May 2, 2018 On May 2nd, explore technologies and services that help government agencies see around corners, strategically evolve, and get ahead of the curve. We’ll apply lessons from innovative, trailblazing leaders to help federal agencies embrace new technology and develop agile systems and transformational operating models fit for the rapidly changing world. The objective is clear: align solutions to the biggest challenges facing governments—now and in the future.
April 26, 2018 Innovation in the federal sector isn't restricted to Washington, D.C. To find out what's going on beyond the beltway, Nextgov is headed to the other Washington for a day of West Coast public sector innovation and technology in Seattle. From smart buildings to smart cities to smart borders, we'll be talking to government experts about how they're using technology to improve the lives and safety of U.S. citizens.
April 26, 2018 At this event, IT leaders from government and industry will discuss the key factors that agencies must consider as they begin modernizing their IT environments, define and measure criteria for success, ease their migrations, and make operations more secure and effective.
April 24, 2018 Join Dustin Brown, Deputy Assistant Director of Management at OMB, Steve Goodrich, President of the Center for Organizational Excellence, and Mark Reinhold, Associate Director of Employee Services at OPM for information and tools that will enable you to respond to current workforce reshaping challenges. They will also highlight OMB, OPM, and private sector roles and capabilities in providing expertise and assistance for your agency’s efforts.
April 19, 2018 What are the tools successful agencies have used to achieve digital transformation? How can other agencies learn from these stories and what steps are required to continue to improve? Tune in to the viewcast on April 19 to hear from federal agencies that are leading the charge to transform digital services, improve the customer experience and increase access to information, all while maintaining security.
April 18, 2018 On April 18, enhance your understanding of how innovative federal agencies and commercial companies are leveraging real-time analytics to transform into the federal government of tomorrow. Senior functional leaders, information technology executives, program managers, and data enthusiasts will convene in Washington, D.C., to discuss what is possible when we foster intelligent enterprise through smart data. Don’t miss out!
April 12, 2018 At the 7th Customer Experience Summit, Government Executive and Nextgov will take a deep-dive into what is working in government customer experience and outline concrete steps for agencies to continue this transformation. Drawing on case studies from both federal agencies and the private sector, this event will explore what it means to truly put the customer first.
April 4, 2018 At the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose has declared its ambition to become the most innovative city in America by 2020. Through a Smart City vision that promotes itself as a “demonstration city” to the technology giants that call San Jose home, the city has opened itself up to the innovation surrounding it. How does a city work to be inclusive as a test bed for technology, while ensuring quality services and no citizen is left behind? During this event, we’ll explore how San Jose and other cities in the region have balanced opening their city to technology, while prioritizing digital inclusion alongside digital infrastructure and broadband.