March 28, 2013
Sacramento Convention Center

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Improving Government Service Delivery Models with Mobile Technology

With the improvements in mobile technology, smart phones and tablets, Government and other public serving resources have an opportunity to improve their service delivery models and make the programs that serve constituents more effective. In order to accomplish this, government must understand how mobile technology can be leveraged and identify the areas of education necessary to insure that today’s workforce is prepared to use this technology to accomplish these goals.

Improve Connectivity with the Community

Californians are becoming more mobile and technologically savvy. Their expectation of being able to access public agency information which answers their questions and solves their problems at the push of a button will gain urgency. To meet this service expectation, government organizations need to understand how to improve their use of social networking, communication resources, and constituent interfaces in order to satisfy this demand.

Preparing For the Future

“Government Mobility 2013: Connecting the Community” will help both program executives and technologists within state and local government as well as higher education prepare to meet this demand. This forum will focus on the ways that new technologies like smart phones and tablets, Web 2.0, cloud computing, social networking, mobile security and software as a service will impact government and the delivery of services.


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Educational Content For All Levels of Public Sector Personnel

General Sessions and Executive Track

  • Keynote: The Future of Mobile Technology – Delivered by Microsoft
  • Executive Luncheon
  • General Session 1 – Improving Business Processes through Mobile Technology
  • General Session 2 – Cool Mobile Apps for Government

Business and Technical Tracks

  • Balancing user freedoms with corporate control
  • Developing mobile strategies that support both constituents and a mobile workforce
  • Addressing security concerns in a BYOD world
  • Improving business processes, agility, and efficiency through mobile technologies
  • Building a business case for a mobile revolution

GIS Track

  • How statewide GIS initiatives impact mobile development in the State of California
  • The impact of GIS trends on both the IT professional and the information consumer
  • Learn how to transform government with location-based data and mobile services
  • Workforce management and info sharing with Google's geospatial solutions

Hands On Labs

  • Microsoft Windows 8
  • Developer Secrets - coding tools, techniques, tips, and tricks
  • Learn how to build, deploy, and secure mobile applications

Online registration is closed. You may register at the event on March 28.