NASCIO 2017 Midyear Conference
Connect, Collaborate, Create
NASCIO’s mission is to foster government excellence through quality business practices, information management, and technology policy.
NASCIO provides state CIOs and state members with products and services designed to support the challenging role of the state CIO, stimulate the exchange of information and promote the adoption of IT best practices and innovations. From national conferences, peer networking, research and publications, briefings and government affairs, NASCIO is the premier network and resource for state CIOs.
Each program year, NASCIO develops and supports issue committees which enable members to examine key issues in depth and deliver research briefs and other products. NASCIO also creates ad hoc working groups with clearly prescribed charters to focus on high-priority and time-sensitive issues for the states.
The DC Fly-In
The D.C. Fly-In is an opportunity for State CIOs and other key staff to meet with Congressional and federal government decision makers on policies and programs that have a significant impact on state governments. The D.C. Fly-In event is open to only state CIOs and state policy officials, and the number of registrants is limited.
NASCIO’s D.C. Fly-In provides a venue for federal and state IT policymakers to share information that will shape public sector IT in the years to come. Your participation ensures that your state’s viewpoints are heard and you are up to date on the latest IT policy issues that may impact your state government.
NASCIO strives to improve federal policy to ensure citizens receive secure, effective, and efficient IT services from their governments. As a key facet of NASCIO's advocacy and government affairs outreach, this annual event establishes and strengthens relationships between NASCIO and members of Congress, Congressional staff, federal agency officials and state association partners. The goal is to deliver NASCIO's message on priority policy issues and reinforce recognition of NASCIO as the primary resource for federal policy makers on state information technology issues.
NASCIO members: Register online by April 14
Relevant Government Agencies
Federal Government, State & Local Government