April 7, 2011


TECHNOLOGY FOR 21st Century government. That's the name of a conference to be held in Washington, D.C. on June 1-3 and you should plan to attend.

As a former technology innovator in the public sector, I can tell you from experience that attending conferences like this one are important, especially in this economic climate when you are being asked to save money at every turn in the road. There is no better way to hear from industry leaders and learn from other government decision makers than to share in the experience of a well done conference.

This event offers a blend of IT expo, education and workshops as well as the conference itself and is designed to help you get up to speed on how to leverage technology to improve the business of governing. And what could be more important?

As anyone in government can tell you, new technologies are challenging traditional government strategies and opening new possibilities. Yet as government technology professionals are gaining access to these new tools, they are facing enormous pressure to reduce costs. manage legacy systems, and increase efficiencies while maintaining high levels of service and security.

GTEC (Government Technology Expo + Conference) 2011 will help government professionals meet these challenges by bringing together leaders from across the technology landscape to focus on all the relevant topics in one place.

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