Building the state and local workforce of the future has been an ongoing effort with varied outcomes. But as the demands, expectations, workforce makeup and resources shift, so must game plans. At stake: a skilled, modern and inclusive government adept at serving the community equitably and with urgency.

Join us online Wednesday, Nov. 10 from 2-2:50 p.m. ET/11-11:50 a.m. PT to hear government and industry experts discuss the in-demand tech and management skills required to lead state and local governments into the future.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • The drivers behind the push to modernize the state and local government workforce.
  • What workforce gaps currently exist that governments will need to fill in the coming months/years.
  • How state and local governments can attract and retain an effective workforce.
Amanda Crawford
Department of Information Resources (DIR) Executive Director and Chief Information Officer,
State of Texas

Alex Lawrence
Chief People Officer,
City of Boston

Karen Sorady
Vice President of Member Engagement,
Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center,
Center for Internet Security

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  • Closed captioning will be available.
  • All registrants will receive the recording Nov. 11.