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Artificial Intelligence in Action Webcast
With so many applications for artificial intelligence, many agencies may be wondering how to utilize new technologies to solve mission problems in a way that is effective and appropriate. Different strategies can improve an organization’s data analytics and computing infrastructure. During this webcast, the Government Business Council will unveil insights from a forthcoming agency brief. Register today to hear government and industry tho...
May 27, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Government Records Management and Colla...
State and local governments across the country are making strides in the push to digitize government records and integrate collaboration tools into daily communications and processes. As these platforms become more widespread, government offices must prioritize identifying, acquiring and budgeting for the technologies needed to enable records management and archival across all public-sector communication channels, thus allowing accurate and ef...
May 27, 2020
Organizer: Route Fifty / Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Cybersmart Series: Seattle
In this unprecedented moment, ransomware, phishing and DDOS attacks are major concerns for all levels of government. With the safety of electronic infrastructure, data, and critical government services at stake, it is vital that cybersecurity remains a priority and that organizations maintain cyber readiness. This webcast will explore dynamic cyber partnerships, resources and strategies to protect systems and confidential data. Register today...
May 28, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Telemedicine in Public Health: Today an...
State and local health departments are faced with protecting public health, delivering services and providing for the overall welfare of the community. The foundational mission of public state and local health professionals is to protect the public by preventing and controlling disease, injury, and disability. Given the recent events in public health there is a surge of interest in telemedicine from medical professionals. Health Departments re...
May 28, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Preparing for the Thaw: Community Devel...
In the midst of COVID-19, community development initiatives have stalled or been put under a de facto “freeze.” However, even as state and local governments grapple with the pandemic’s impacts, organizations are beginning to look past the virus and to plan for an upcoming community development “thaw.” During this digital webcast, Dude Solutions will bring together government community development leaders across th...
May 28, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Clarity in Times of Crisis and Change
The COVID-19 pandemic fast-tracked many government agencies’ move to digital service delivery. As the public sector adjusts to this new normal, leaders are looking for ways to enhance the citizen experience and ensure the public continues to receive much-needed digital services, especially during the next crisis. On May 28 at 11am PT/2pm ET, Government Technology and New Relic are joining together for an informative webcast to discuss ho...
May 28, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Genius Machines: Purchasing with the Po...
Artificial intelligence uses continue expanding throughout the federal government, and applying the technologies to the opaque federal acquisition process is no exception. With the potential to save billions of dollars and work hours annually, AI is streamlining contracting in the notoriously time-consuming process and creating opportunities to invest in innovative—not just familiar—ideas. In this digital event, Nextgov and Defens...
June 3, 2020
Organizer: Defense One and Nextgov
Location: Webcast
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Testing Government's Connection: Work f...
The federal government is operating in a way it's never done before: almost entirely remotely. Missions, priorities, schedules, wages, benefits, technology, tools, and locations are changing, and will continue to change. How are government workers and managers handling this shift in creative, productive ways? And, how will the current work-from-home directive push the government to rethink responsibilities and adjust resources accordingly? Th...
June 4, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive
Location: Webcast
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Securing the Mission: Government Supply...
Vulnerable downstream vendors. Changing regulations and requirements. Cyber activity that threatens national security. The world of government technology has never been more important, or more scrutinized. As agencies work to secure the entirety of their digital supply chains, what frameworks, technologies, and long term questions should they consider? During this webcast, Nextgov will explore the implications of new regulations such as the Cy...
June 4, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Disparate, But Secure: The Possibility...
Zoom bombs, fishy texts, demanding emails: COVID-19 has revealed the capabilities and infrastructure not yet in place to support a fully remote state and local government workforce. This webcast will explore how federal, state and local officials have leveraged budgets, policies, and personnel to respond quickly to cybersecurity threats during the massive shift to working from home. We’ll investigate what it’ll take to put the rans...
June 8, 2020
Organizer: Nextgov and Route Fifty
Location: Webcast
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