Date: Wednesday–Thursday, May 16–17, 2012
Place: Renaissance Hotel, Washington, DC
Cost: Early Bird registration $325.00 (after February 3 – $425.00)
Registration opens for contractors with a government email address on MONDAY, February 6, 2012 ($625)
Learn more and register: http://www.howto.gov/training/conferences/web-and-new-media-2012
About the Conference
Who’s Coming: 500+ government employees and contractors who use online tools and social media to meet their agency mission, including: agency web and new media directors, CIO/IT staff, program managers, public affairs personnel, web content writers and editors, usability specialists, designers, customer service advocates, etc.
Purpose: Hear from your peers and industry thought leaders on the latest trends and tools in digital government, learn practical strategies for improving your online strategies, see innovative projects happening throughout government, and connect with colleagues from across the country.
Networking: Meet and collaborate with your peers. Share your expertise and learn from colleagues during the Un-Conference sessions on Day 2 (open sessions where attendees drive discussions)
Linda Rutherford – VP, Public Relations and Community Affairs, Southwest Airlines
Steve Krug – Usability Expert
Mark Lopez – Head of U.S. Hispanic Unit, Google
Steven VanRoekel (invited) – U.S. CIO
And many others…
Contact Web Manager University with questions.
Web Manager University
Center for Excellence in Digital Government
U.S. General Services Administration