Check out these 2021 opportunities for government IT professionals!
As one of the longest-running & largest government IT events in the nation, the Symposium continues to live up to its reputation for being a high-quality learning and key relationship-building event.
Live, virtual sessions FREE of charge for government IT professionals.
Next Up: June 23rd
Easiest Catch: Don’t Be Another Fish in the Dark ‘Net
Learn more about first-class technology leadership certifications for government CIOs, digital service professionals and those seeking to obtain a certification in government technology leadership!
JOIN US FOR THE 40th ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM!
Virtual Government IT Symposium – November 15 – 18, 2021
JOIN US IN
This year, you’re invited to attend the Government IT Symposium, November 15-18, 2021 in a new hybrid environment! We are proceeding with safety as a top priority, but also can’t wait to see you in-person for the preconference session on Monday, November 15th. The remainder of the conference (November 16-18) will be virtual from the comfort of your own home.
As one of the longest-running & largest government IT events in the nation, the Symposium continues to live up to its reputation for being a high-quality learning and key relationship-building event. With the theme of Collaborate. Innovate. Serve., this year’s Symposium will address critical and timely issues for multi-function, multi-sector government audiences. This is THE place to join your colleagues and focus on using IT innovations, integration and intelligence to support the public good!
CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS
The success of the Government IT Symposium relies on engaging and informative presentations from professionals who represent diverse backgrounds, settings and positions.
We Are Seeking Content That:
- Reflects innovative, cutting-edge, and evidence-based practices
- Explores issues important to a mixed audience of Government IT professionals
- Presents a compelling case with evidence supported by research or data
- Stimulates and provokes discussion, audience engagement, and outcome-focused design
- Facilitates knowledge transfer and development of new competencies and “take-aways”
- Uses methods that draw out relevant past knowledge and experiences
Proposals are due by Friday, July 2, 2021.
Thank You To Our 2021 Pinnacle Sponsor!
Finalized agenda details coming soon! Mark your calendars for November 15-18th in the meantime!
2021 attendee registration will open this Summer! Watch this page for additional details and updates.
BECOME A SPONSOR
As technology partners, we know you’ll appreciate that we’re using innovation and technology to continue to convene and connect people in meaningful ways via a high-tech, interactive virtual environment!
We’ve taken time to curate innovative benefits, as well as state-of-the-art virtual conference technology which will bring more visibility, engagement opportunities and overall value for your investment. Check out the opportunities below!
To learn more and discuss the best opportunities for you, contact Christopher Kohn, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Fusion Learning Partners
From learning opportunities and events to organizational development and collaborative initiatives, Fusion exists to strengthen and transform the communities where we work, live, and thrive.
Because Innovation Begins with Learning.
2021 Steering Committee
Alex Hepp, City of Hopkins
Chad Kummerow, Microsoft
Corey Tramm, Sourcewell Tech
Dave Andrews, Minnesota State Services for the Blind – DEED
David Berthiaume, Minnesota IT Services
Glen Gilbertson, Hennepin County
Jason Greninger, City of Rogers
Jay Wyant, Minnesota IT Services
Joel Pingel, Google
Lisa Meredith, Minnesota Counties Computer Cooperative
Matt Bailey, IBM
Melissa Reeder, League of Minnesota Cities
Renee Heinbuch, Washington County/MNCITLA
Sue Wallace, CompTIA Tech