It’s time to start planning your professional development in 2017 with GovLoop’s updated list of the best government conferences.
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If you’ve been looking for events that can expand your education, connect you to new people, and boost your career, this list of conferences is for you.
This list should help you plan for 2016 and start advocating for those precious professional development dollars. Here you’ll find brand new events you might want to check out as well as established events that might be new to you. Many are essential conferences that those working in government cannot do without.
Conferences offer a unique experience to hear from experts, to network with colleagues in your industry, and to facilitate ongoing learning. However, you won’t make the most of the opportunity by simply showing up. Here are a few tested methods for ensuring you not only arrive, but thrive at your next conference. Make connections beforehand… Read more »
The concept of big data is far from new — but it seems to be an especially hot topic lately. Why that is, and how your agency can find the best tools to utilize your data, was the focus of several sponsor presentations at GovLoop’s latest event, The Big Data Playbook training. Tariq Islam of Oracle focused… Read more »
There are so many worthwhile education, learning, and networking events for government employees in 2015. How do you choose? This list of the best government conferences will help you pick the ones that provide the richest professional development opportunities. Since GovLoop’s last roundup of government conferences in 2013, there’s been quite a bit of turnover in events and conferences in the… Read more »
With GIS, governments can improve the way they secure citizens, protect natural resources, and reduce crime in neighborhoods.
At GovLoop’s recent Esri meetup, we had the privilege of listening to Jack Dangermond, Esri founder, give a presentation and conduct a question and answer session. Dangermond shared his vision for GIS going forward, and how critical it is for government agencies to learn how to connect geography into their workflows and decision-making process. “My… Read more »
It’s well documented that the public sector currently lags behind the private sector when it comes to cloud adoption. In fact, after leaping forward with OPM’s ‘cloud first’ policy, the federal government has started to slow way down. This slowdown has been attributed to a number of factors, such as risk aversion and budget constraints…. Read more »
I recently visited my eye doctor. When he first saw me he said, “Welcome to the new us. We are in the cloud now.” I asked him what he meant and he replied, “Well I was told to tell our customers and ask our patients if they can see us better here in the cloud…. Read more »