Automating and digitizing how government does business has become the unstoppable force for improving service to citizens, and DocuSign is lining up some of the most creative IT leaders in the Federal arena to help explain the next chapter in tech-driven gains on September 13 in Washington, D.C.
Please join DocuSign and MeriTalk for the in-person Public Sector Symposium: Securely Streamlining the Business of Government at Convene in downtown D.C. from 8:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Eastern time.
Automating away from the old ways of doing business and making way for critical improvements are at the core of DocuSign’s approach to helping government agencies raise the bar on service. In less time than it takes for the ink to dry on an outdated wet signature, top-level government and private sector experts will shine a light on the next steps in streamlining the work of government to improve efficiency and citizen service.
If you can invest a few hours with us on at the September 13 DocuSign symposium, we can promise you fresh insights from leading tech-forward thinkers including:
- Guy Cavallo, chief information officer at the Office of Personnel Management, who has led three Federal agencies through zero-to-60 cloud transformations;
- Mason McDaniel, chief technology officer at the Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, who is wrapping up a six-year push to put all ATF systems in the cloud;
- Zach Goldfine, deputy chief technology officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, which is in the midst of sweeping technology improvements;
- Traci DiMartini, chief human capital officer at the General Services Administration, which is at the forefront of streamlining onboarding government-wide;
- Nagesh Rao, chief information officer at the cloud-forward Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security; and
- Eugene Mejia, assistant chief technology officer for the Town of Gilbert, Ariz., who will discuss from the state and local perspective.
They will be joined at the September 13 symposium by DocuSign officials and industry leaders who know how to help government the most: Fred Butler Jr., Senior Director for Industry Strategy & Solutions – US Federal, DocuSign; Shonte Eldridge, Senior Director of State and Local Government Strategy and Solutions, DocuSign; Michael “MJ” Jackson, Assistant Vice President, Global Head of Industries, DocuSign; Danielle Johnston-Kutch, Director of Government Affairs, DocuSign; Chris Holby, Senior Manager, Technology Consulting, Accenture Federal Services; and Chris Lucca, Strategic Account Executive, Salesforce.
Please register with us today for the live symposium and come away with a clearer picture of where government technology is heading next.