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Statewide Internet Portal Authority Presents the "Agent of Change"

A no-cost conference for government employees about business, technology, and change.

I expect this conference to acknowledge and appreciate the hard work of government employees while providing a forum for candid and raw discussion on business, technology, and change in government.”
— Jack Arrowsmith

DENVER, COLORADO, USA, April 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The SIPA User Conference remains the premier event for Colorado governments this year, and is hosted specifically for government employees. During an election year, governments experience many changes, so for the first time, SIPA has acquired professional speaker, Tim O’Shea, an “Agent of Change”. Mr. O’Shea, a Colorado resident, aims to motivate and inspire the audience in his humorous and entertaining style that will have attendees ready to embrace whatever change is on the horizon. Jack Arrowsmith, Executive Director of SIPA, sees this conference as having the potential to rejuvenate its local and state government attendees, “I expect this conference to acknowledge and appreciate the hard work of government employees while providing a forum for candid and raw discussion on business, technology, and change in government.”

Change isn’t all SIPA has in store for the conference, we are also taking about public sector hot topics with Executive Director Irv Halter of the Department of Local Affairs, Executive Director Ann Terry of Special Districts Association and Director Henry Sobanet with the Governor’s Office of State Planning and Budgeting. These government leaders will engage in a rich discussion of our current and future opportunities and challenges as a state.

Now let’s talk about the future. To kick off future technology, we begin with CDOT’s Chief of Advanced Mobility, Amy Ford, who – with her organization – is thinking beyond the horizon on important transportation issues like; building the first hyperloop in the country, and future plans for I70, a question that has crossed all minds driving through the metro area or on mountain passes.

Technology changes, and governments change, but the SIPA User Conference remains a place for current information, networking, learning, and celebration. With sessions ranging from government technology to business technology, blockchain to chatbots, shared services to no-cost offerings, the 8th annual SIPA User Conference and Micro-Grant Award Ceremony is the place to be in downtown Denver on April 24th.

You can take a look at the conference agenda and register if you are a state/local government employee, work with public education, or with a special district. Follow User Conference updates on Twitter and Facebook with #SIPAUC18.

*About SIPA*
Established in 2004 by the Colorado General Assembly, the Statewide Internet Portal Authority (SIPA) is a self-funded government organization created to be Colorado's single most comprehensive delivery channel for electronic government (eGovernment) services. SIPA strives to accelerate the adoption of efficient and effective electronic government services by placing more government information and services online to benefit the residents of Colorado. In addition to no-cost websites, payment processing, and event registration setup, SIPA provides SaaS technology solutions, consulting, and cyber security assessments. For more information about SIPA, please visit www.colorado.gov/sipa.

Beth Justice
Colorado Statewide Internet Portal Authority
720-409-5636
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