If you’re government employee tasked with handling citizen communications and alerts, or work in public safety, you might want to consider attending International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) happening March 27-31 in Las Vegas. In fact, we’ve previously listed it as one of the best government conferences to attend in 2017. IWCE integrates technology and education while bringing together communications technology professionals from all over the country.
Attending could be a valuable add to your professional development plan for 2017. If you need help convincing you boss to let you go, we got you covered. Here are the top reasons to attend this year’s conference:
Engaging content: IWCE’s conference spans five days and provides the foundation for technology, operations, engineering and governance your communication technology networks, systems and service.
Industry Experts: Over 300 experts in communications technology will provide the latest strategies, tactics, and processes covering several conference tracks.
Networking: IWCE garners 7,000+ attendees, allowing time for discussions, brainstorming and developing personal and business connections.
Meet Face-to-Face: 380 exhibitors will be on deck on showcase the latest products and solutions in the communications technology market, allowing you to learn firsthand new ways to cut costs and do your job more efficiently.
Minimal Expenses: Government employees receive a special discount on conference pricing. Use the promo code GOV11 when you register to receive the discount.
Scheduled tracks for IWCE cover a wide range of topics including, smart cities, critical infrastructure, public safety, network resiliency and cybersecurity.
The keynote address will be given by Dr. Preston Marshall, Technical Program Manager, Spectrum Access Technology, Google.
Gov employees receive a special government rate; simply use your government email address (.gov, .edu, .org, etc..) when you register to receive the discount.