What's Possible Series Luncheon Panel- How can government facilitate the efficiencies and new kinds of civic engagement enabled by data and technology?
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What's Possible Series Luncheon Panel- How can government facilitate the efficiencies and new kinds of civic engagement enabled by data and technology?

What's Possible Series Luncheon Panel- How can government facilitate the ef...

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California State Library - Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building

914 Capitol Mall

California State Library Meeting Room (Room 500)

Sacramento, CA 95814

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How can government facilitate the efficiencies and new kinds of civic engagement enabled by data and technology? The ability of everyday citizens to interpret, gather, and communicate data unlocks new possibilities to improve services, build trust, and leverage insights into better policy. How can public management evolve to optimize these possibilities?

A panel of private-sector and public-sector speakers will draw on their diverse experiences in technology and government to explore What’s Possible for Open-Source Governance.

Speakers:
  • Jennifer Saha, National Director of the Public Sectors Council of the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
  • Tim Ray, Regional Vice President, AT&T External Affairs Northern California
  • Maria MacGunigal, Chief Information Officer of the City of Sacramento
  • Yo Yoshida, CEO and Co-Founder of Appallicious, Inc.
  • Almis Udrys, Director of Performance & Analytics, City of San Diego
  • Maya Wallace, Performance Manager of the California Department of Justice (moderator)

Partners:
  • CompTIA
  • League of California Cities
  • AT&T
  • Sacramento State University's College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies (SSIS)
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California State Library - Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building

914 Capitol Mall

California State Library Meeting Room (Room 500)

Sacramento, CA 95814

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