Across the country, government employees are adjusting to the new realities of telework which means most of us are spending lots of time at home.
Even though we’re stuck at home for the foreseeable future, that doesn’t mean you can’t continue to learn and develop as a public servant.
Check out the upcoming 2020 Adobe Digital Government Symposium, a three-hour digital event focused on creating better digital experiences. Join hundreds of your peers Thursday, May 21, 2020 from 11:00 a.m.-2 p.m. ET/8-11 a.m. PT and get access to inspiring keynotes and thought-provoking breakout sessions.
You’ll hear from an exciting lineup of speakers, including Federal CIO Suzette Kent.
Whether you want to learn more about modernizing web platforms, digitize forms and services, or delivering relevant content, this symposium is your chance to learn how to create flawless digital experiences for your agencies.
You’ll learn best practices, including how to do the following:
- Rethink web modernization for present and future needs.
- Drive efficient workflows to meet employee and constituent expectations.
- Deliver successful and engaging citizen communications.
With keynotes, virtual networking and three different breakout session tracks (Digital Experiences that Enable Mission Resiliency; Enabling a Digital Workplace; Delivering Successful Communications), this symposium is a great opportunity to think, learn and take a break from the routine of telework.
Register today to secure your spot at this timely and informative symposium.