THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE 40th ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM!
November 15th – November 18th, 2021
Did you miss a session during the conference? Session recordings are now available for registered attendees!
Looking to learn more about the Government IT Symposium? Check out previous years!
A LONG STANDING TRADITION…
Entering its 41st year, the Government IT Symposium is one of the longest-running & largest government IT events in the nation. We know that government technology is no longer strictly technology-focused but incorporates a broader set of skills. The Government IT Symposium is designed to support your individual and organizational evolution – helping to position you and your agency to deliver on heightened expectations from citizens and policymakers. Join your fellow colleagues for engaging and innovative content that is bound to help you discover new strategies and tactics to propel you forward.
COMING SOON! 2022 SYMPOSIUM DETAILS
Save the date for December 6-8th, 2022 for the Government IT Symposium. We hope to be back in-person at the RiverCentre. Additional details coming soon!
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!
We’ve taken time to curate innovative benefits 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, email@example.com.
THANK YOU, 2021 SPONSORS!
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