Everyone loves conferences—from the chance to hear inspiring keynotes to the opportunity to network with peers, they offer great content in a convenient package.
However, it’s not always easy for government employees to step away from their desks and get the required budget to attend conferences. That’s why we’re hosting the completely virtual and completely free upcoming Virtual Summit: The Intersection of Management and Technology.
Camille Hoover, Executive Officer at the National Institutes of Health, and Guy Cavallo, Deputy CIO at the Small Business Administration, will both present as keynote speakers during the summit on Wednesday, July 17, Ms. Hoover from 10:30 – 10:50 a.m. ET/7:30 – 7:50 a.m. PT, and Mr. Cavallo from 1:00 – 1:30 p.m. ET/ 10:00 – 10:30 a.m. PT.
Ms. Hoover will be discussing the ways in which the NIH has implemented findings from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, using technology to make such a wealth of data actionable.
Mr. Cavallo will focus on the dynamic relationship between technology and government, and how they can complement each other to help agencies get more done.
You’ll be able to tune into these keynotes as well as five other online sessions which will explore how government is tackling its most pressing issues around tech and management.
You’ll be able to earn one CPE credit for each session you attend and complete the requisite polls and surveys.
Here’s what you can expect at the virtual summit:
- Virtually network and connect with hundreds of your government peers.
- Download more than a hundred free resources on innovation and problem-solving in government.
- Win fun swag by being active in the virtual environment.
- Chat directly with the GovLoop team to learn more about our resources and ask your specific questions.
Register now to join hundreds of your gov peers for this online event, free of charge.