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Arkansas Digital Government Summit set for October 2011

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The 2nd Annual Arkansas Digital Government Summit is scheduled for Monday, October 17, 2011. This event is for and about state and local government, with a purpose of fostering discussion and dialogue on the use of information technology as a strategic tool for managers, executives, and policy makers. If you influence or participate in technology decisions for your agency or entity, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to see the latest in digital government solutions, learn more about current policy issues, and network with key government executives, technologists, and industry specialists.

"With the constantly evolving technology world and citizen demands for public services, I would like to announce the Second Annual Arkansas Digital Government Summit. Through networking and partnerships with industry leaders, I believe that this event will assist us in further developing technology talent in Arkansas. As we are continually faced with economic challenges, we can benefit from information sharing to enhance Arkansas public services." - Claire Bailey, Arkansas Chief Technology Officer and Department of Information Systems Director

Topics for the 2011 Arkansas Digital Government Summit will include:

•Mobile Applications and Services
•Desktop Virtualization
•Social Media Strategies
•Making the Business Case for IT
•Greening of IT - The Business Case
•Working at a Distance: Tools, Technologies and Innovations
•Success through Shared Services
•Storage Trends
•Unified Communications
•Demystifying ITIL
•Single Sign-on - Fact and Fiction

For more information or to register for the upcoming Arkansas Digital Government Summit, please go to http://events.govtech.com/events/arkansasdgs2011.