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Mobile Government Training – Vendor Panel? IT side of the work?
January 26, 2012 at 6:18 pm #151036
After planning 30 successful Social Media for Government training’s we are switching gears and now planning the Advanced Learning Institute’s first Mobile Government Training!! The training will be in Washington, DC scheduled for June 19 – 22, 2012.
In addition to seeking speakers I am curious to hear who the main vendors are in this industry? We’d be interested in having a vendor panel if this is an area where many agency’s are outsourcing the work of creating and managing mobile apps.
We would also be interested in having a couple presentations where someone from the IT department would co-present to showcase how the departments worked with them to integrate mobile into an existing communications strategy.
To give you better insight on what the focus of this training will be I have included a small list of suggested topics. After researching (and the help of many fabulous GovLoop members) we have decided to have this training focus on the following, but not limited to:
Utilizing mobile technologies to reach a wider audience
Developing a mobile strategy to engage a new audience and deliver what your employees need
Understanding the internal potential of mobile applications, from retrieving information to answering question
Shifting away from computers to mobile devices, where to start, and how it affects you
Learning the best way to approach IT to pitch mobility programs – and win!
Creating timely, relevant messages during a text campaign
Outlining policies and guidelines needed to help you deliver citizen-centric mobile government and
Adopting mobile technologies to help you accomplish your mission
Factors to consider when managing multiple device types
Overcoming obstacles in creating a mobile workforce – increase employee and process efficiency
Making the most of a current budget while meeting the expectations of a citizenry on the move
Balancing security and open communication successfully
Delivering the information to, and engage, the public efficiently and creatively
Planning ahead – how to keep your mobile strategy going
Knowing when to produce new content for your mobile strategy & when it is “ok” to repeat information from your website
Operating mobile tools within the boundaries of government restrictions and firewalls
Delivering the information that citizens want, when they want it, to the channel they prefer
Establishing and empowering brand ambassadors by pushing the message out as well as pulling information in
Maximizing awareness of your agency’s mission to the public
Providing standard mobile data management (MDM) security protocols to allow employees to use their own, privately owned devices
Designing mobile products and services based on citizen and employee needs and behaviors
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