March 6, 2018 Private sector companies and even the federal government are rapidly adopting e-signatures –nearly 700 million transactions in 2017 relied on the technology. But as a state or local government leader, you may need to know more before you are comfortable implementing a solution. What is the current legal environment around e-signatures and how is it evolving? What business processes and citizen interactions can benefit from e-signatures? How can you ensure you are successful? Tune in as we tackle these questions!
March 6, 2018 Join us for GovExec LIVE: Prioritizing Performance Management for a series of conversations about the administration’s top performance management priorities in 2018 and how agencies are working to meet them. We’ll hear from federal leaders about how they are developing employee management skills, evaluating performance, holding employees accountable and addressing challenges.
January 31, 2018 The current administration has made the cloud a key component of its strategy for IT modernization, citing its “excellent levels of functionality, cost effectiveness, and security.” However, the administration also acknowledges that, despite its well-known benefits, broad scale migration to the cloud remains stymied in many agencies. The challenge is twofold. First, agencies need a better understanding of the obstacles to cloud adoption and how to overcome them. In particular, they need to understand the different approaches to the cloud and how to select the one that best meets their requirements. Second, agencies need to think in new ways about the cloud—recognizing the opportunities it presents to transform their operations.
January 31, 2018 Join Government Executive at our 2018 Digital Citizen Summit to hear from leaders who have transformed the way their services are designed, delivered, and perceived, all with an eye towards championing their customers -- the citizens who use their services everyday. Register Now!
January 24, 2018 Rather than simply upgrading outdated technology, agencies should develop an infrastructure that actually improves the performance and agility of the workforce. In part, that means providing an infrastructure that enables employees to access the information and services they need whether they are working in the office, at home or on the road. It also means providing them with tools that foster better communication and team decision-making. Register to learn about the strategies for making digital transformation a reality.
January 23, 2018 From self-driving cars to ships patrolling the seas, autonomous vehicles are about to change the modern landscape – in the commercial sector and in defense. Join this Webcast for an introduction to the fundamentals of autonomy, including approaches for achieving autonomy, challenges beyond technology and what makes a system “autonomous.” Leidos’ Chief Autonomy Scientist, Dr. Bob Touchton, will provide examples from the current state of autonomous systems, as well as the latest research and use cases. Attendees will leave the session with a deeper understanding of how to insert and manage autonomy in their programs as well as insight into discussions on the topic.
January 18, 2018 While government decision makers are starting to realize the benefits that Cloud solutions offer, there are still many questions to be answered and challenges to overcome. Making the right decision for your agency can be difficult if you don’t have all the facts about the different cloud platforms available or the multitude of providers. Join us on January 18th at 2pm ET for a live webcast to discover what government agencies need do to move UC to the Cloud.
January 10, 2018 Join Route Fifty live from the National Governors Association’s Transportation Innovation Summit during CES2018 in Las Vegas. CES is the annual ‘what’s next’ in technology. This year, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval is welcoming his colleagues, as well as state government transportation leadership from across the nation, to Las Vegas to discuss how technological innovation is creating new opportunities and challenges for the public sector. Our discussion will focus on transportation technologies that are here today and poised to revolutionize a lot more than our trip to the grocery store.
December 12, 2017 When it comes to the cloud, myths and misunderstandings about its implementation, security, cost, and control linger in the minds of federal IT leaders. At the latest installment of the Tech & Tequila meetup series, Nextgov will sit down with cloud experts, CXOs, and more to sort out fact from fiction to better understand current and future uses of cloud computing.
December 5, 2017 Technology holds a vast potential to change the way government runs and transform public service. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cloud computing are disruptive forces for change that can ultimately improve government services and operations through lowered costs, increased efficiency, and better citizen services and engagement. In December 2017, Nextgov is taking a trip out West to Los Angeles, California, to talk with some of the most tech-savvy federal officials today and explore how they’re using emerging technologies to transform government.