Registration is now open for FORUM 2023: “Innovation: The Future of Success in Public Sector Service.”
We’ve re-envisioned the IPMA 2023 FORUM:
- It will be a one-day, in-person-only event.
- Lunch will be provided to all registered attendees.
- There will be an optional networking/social event at the conclusion of the day’s program.
This year marks the return of vendor booths, and an area set up for collaboration with your peers and strategic partners.
The program will start with opening remarks from our State CIO, Bill Kehoe, followed by an energizing keynote presentation by Mac MacDonald, national speaker, corporate trainer and author. The rest of the day will be filled with multiple concurrent informational sessions. You will be able to interact with industry/agency leaders and technical experts on topics related to innovation in the public sector environment. These sessions are designed to be of value to technology staff, business staff, and management.
Date: May 17, 2023 Time: 8:00 am—4:15 pm (program begins at 8:30, optional networking/social at 4:15)
Cost: Free (registration is required)
Location: Norman Worthington Conference Center and Pavilion, Lacey, WA
Disruption is our new normal in state technology and the world at large. Technology can either help us respond to disruption or can serve as a disruptive force itself.
The 2023 Executive Seminar will focus on change and innovation in Washington’s public sector IT and will bring together industry experts and government technology leaders to discuss the latest developments and trends in the field.
We are opening registration earlier this year so you can block out the time on your busy calendar, commit staff resources and provide for the event in your budget.
Attendees will hear from keynote speakers, engage in panel discussions, and network with peers from throughout the state. The conference will provide a platform for participants to learn about innovative leadership strategies and techniques for embracing change, leading through the era of disruption and using technology to drive business outcomes. Topics of discussion will include digital transformation, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and other potentially disruptive technologies.
This event will be an opportunity for professionals to gain valuable insights, share their experiences, and connect with others who are passionate about driving progress and innovation in our ever-changing world.
For more information, contact Mace@ipma-wa.com