Whether lowering costs, increasing efficiency, or delivering improved citizen services, technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and data analytics are transforming the way state and local governments operate and deliver services. As technology increasingly becomes a cornerstone of government, how do technical leaders not only keep up with the latest technologies but also harness the entire ecosystem of partners, platforms, and vendors to deliver the best results for employees and citizens? At the Raleigh Tech Summit, Route Fifty will convene technology leaders from state and local government to collaborate directly with their peers across the region on common technology challenges. Attendees will leave with practical insights for implementing new technologies and valuable connections in solving common challenges.
Session produced by our underwriter, Insight
Panel Discussion - Emerging Technology in Government
Technology is changing the way government provides services, engages with citizens, and operates internally - and is constantly changing. This panel will explore the most cutting edge technologies from AI to VR, blockchain to the Internet of Things, and examine how they can be applied to government.
Session produced by our underwriter, HP
Panel Discussion - Building a Tech Ecosystem in Government
Digital services are driving the future of government, but it can often be hard for leaders to procure the technologies they need to implement meaningful change. This session will dive into innovative procurement methods across the region and explore how to tap into the growing tech ecosystem in North Carolina.
Route Fifty connects the people and ideas advancing state and local governments across America by enabling them to share best practices and innovative solutions to key challenges. Produced by Government Executive Media Group of Atlantic Media, Route Fifty is the award-winning digital and events media brand covering news, technology, innovation and best practices in state, county and municipal governments across the United States.