Event Date: April 18, 2017
Hosted By: Route Fifty & Carahsoft
Location: Denver, CO
The DNA of a Responsive, Data-Driven Government
Evidence-based governing and citizen-responsive services are essential for today’s state and local officials. We demand from our leaders informed decisions that increase cost-effectiveness and enhance public life. Across the country, governments are increasingly harnessing data and emphasizing performance to achieve these goals, while partnering with each other and the private sector to better understand and apply the available information.
Register now to secure your spot at this morning of conversations and networking and hear from the following esteemed speakers:
The Honorable Donna Lynne, Lieutenant Governor, Colorado
Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock
Sara Dube, Director, Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative, The Pew Charitable Trusts
David Edinger, Chief Performance Officer, City and County of Denver
David Padrino, Chief of Staff to the Lt. Governor and Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Colorado
Michael Kalin, Senior Advisor, The Behavioral Insights Team
Zachary Markovits, Director of City Programs What Works Cities
Mitch Herckis, Senior Program Director, Route Fifty
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