"Technology is constantly changing. Attending the Symposium gives staff the opportunity to stay on top of what's current and to catch a glimpse of what's to come, so they can keep moving forward within their own organizations."
- Bonnie J. Martin, IT Communications, MN Dept of Human Services
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Presentation Selections Finalized by Mid September
Final selection of presentations and speakers for this year's Symposium will be completed by mid September. Everyone who submitted a proposal will be contacted by the end of September to let them know if their presentation was, or wasn't, selected. For more information, contact:
2014 Planning Process Underway
About the Minnesota Government IT Symposium
Keynote Addresses from internationally known speakers and experts.
Conference Sessions addressing current and critical topics in areas including: accessibility, application development and integration, business analysis, business intelligence, data, future technologies and trends, leadership and management, mobile technologies, personal and professional development, project management, security, and SharePoint.
Half Day Interactive Workshops featuring a variety of presentation methods to engage attendees, including: mini lectures, large and small group discussions, individual and group exercises, demonstrations, hands-on computer work, etc.
Structured Networking Opportunities with colleagues and peers from around the state in similar positions.
State of the Art Exhibit Hall showcasing the latest technologies and services available.
2013 Government IT Symposium -- click here to review
Attendees come from:
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Rich Spencer, Project Leader
Karen Beaulieu, Exhibit Manager