Thursday, September 10, 2015

Waves of Change: Municipal & State Government Annual Conference


This year, for the first time in history, the Colorado Government Association of Information Technology (CGAIT) is partnering with the Colorado Information Management Association (CIMA) to bring both municipal and state employees the very best annual conference yet! This joint conference, Waves of Change: Oceans of Opportunity, is taking place Wednesday, Sept. 23 through Friday, Sept. 25, in Colorado Springs and focuses on all aspects of information technology for all Colorado governmental employees (state, county, city, higher education, K-12 and other local governments).

This year’s conference includes awesome speakers in the categories of IT security, technology, application development, project management, and employee enrichment. There will also be networking events and a vendor hall. Click here for a current list of speakers and to see the conference schedule.

This is a great opportunity for public sector employees to gather and learn from each other, and I hope you consider attending. Register here to join us (do so by Friday, Sept. 11, at midnight to snag the $80 rate -- that’s a $120 discount)!

CIMA is an educational association specifically for the government information technology professional or technician. CIMA provides educational opportunities in the field of information technology to employees of governmental units within the state of Colorado.

CGAIT promotes advancements in information technology in order to facilitate networking, collaboration, cooperation and education among government information technology leaders in Colorado -- resulting in greater efficiencies and effectiveness for member organizations, while enhancing services to Colorado communities and its citizens.

Exciting things are happening across the country in government, and our beautiful Colorado is no exception. We look forward to seeing our public sector peers at Waves of Change: Oceans of Opportunity in Colorado Springs, as we all work to elevate the services we provide to Coloradans.

Suma Nallapati: Colorado Secretary of Technology and Chief Information Officer. Colorado lover, business owner, mom, nuclear physics junkie. Find me on Twitter at @Suma_Nallapati.

1 comment:

  1. This is going to be a very exciting conference! We are working hard to make sure it is a success and looking forward to seeing everyone there!

    Becky Buis, CIMA President

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