#1 market briefing event on the state and local government IT market: Beyond the Beltway 2019 (March 15, 2019) McLean, VA
Fri, Mar 15, 2019, 7:00am – 5:00pm
The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner
1700 Tysons Boulevard
McLean, VA 22102 Get directions
The #1 market briefing event on the state and local government IT market: Beyond the Beltway 2019!
The Center for Digital Government’s IT market analysts and key government leaders share insights into the state and local space and pinpoint opportunities, trends and issues to help you fine-tune your business strategies and validate your sales and marketing activities.
At Beyond the Beltway, you will:
Hear firsthand from panels of leading state and local CIOs and government executives about opportunities, emerging trends and government initiatives that are shaping the market.
Learn what state and local programs are changing due to federal policy and funding updates.
Understand the issues that will drive government IT spending.
Get briefed on vertical IT spending in health and human services, transportation, justice/public safety and more.
Network with fellow industry leaders to exchange ideas and explore potential partnerships.
Join us and see why Beyond the Beltway has become a must-attend event each year!
Speaker and Presenter Information
Honorable Stephen K. Benjamin, Mayor, Columbia, SC / President, U.S. Conference of Mayors
Phil Bertolini, Deputy County Executive / Chief Information Officer, Oakland County, MI
Eric Boyette, Secretary / State Chief Information Officer, North Carolina Department of Information Technology
Gary Brantley, Chief Information Officer, City of Atlanta, GA
Stephanie Dedmon, State Chief Information Officer, Tennessee Department of Finance & Administration
Michael G. Leahy, Secretary, Department of Information Technology, State of Maryland
Beth Niblock, Chief Information Officer, City of Detroit, MI
Craig P. Orgeron, Ph.D., Executive Director, Mississippi Department of Information Technology Services / Chief Information Officer, State of Mississippi
Relevant Government Agencies
Dept of Health & Human Services, Dept of Transportation, Other Federal Agencies, State Government, Federal Government, State & Local Government
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