Sacramento’s first chief innovation officer shares lessons learned in his role and how prioritizing innovation guided the city’s COVID-19 response.
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Necessity is the mother of invention, and the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted Sacramento, California, to dream up creative answers to its problems.
On Monday, February 10, 2014 the Public Sector Technology Exchange (PSTE) will be hosting a government and industry panel discussion on “Telecom, the Cloud, and Security” from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the CalPERS Building Auditorium located on 400 Q Street in Sacramento, California. The PSTE is an independent forum that discusses the issuesRead… Read more »
This past week my co-founder Manu and I headed to Sacramento for the annual California WateReuse conference, a policy/trade event that focuses on promoting the development of recycled water and desalination. Those in attendance included some of the industry’s best engineers, a wide array of public agencies and utilities, and of course, the public outreachRead… Read more »
Remember last year when GovLoop went to twelve different cities to visit GovLooper’s from coast-to-coast in a superb GovUp way? Well, weee’rrree baaaack!! Not quite as aggressively, but don’t worry – you’ll have your chance to get us to your city before the end of next year…I promise! For now, here is the line up:Read… Read more »
Repository of city documents are available online now. This include reports, resolution, ordinance, budget back to 1920’s. We are in the process of adding more to the repository. Access the website from following URL http://www.records.cityofsacramento.org