Update: Event dates have been updated to Oct. 6-9, 2019.
In 2019 Accelarate, Accela’s customer conference, is moving to the Mile High City from Oct. 6-9.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has rolled out the red carpet for the government innovators, influencers and change makers that will meet in Denver for a week of talks, training, panel sessions and networking opportunities.
As a pioneer in digital innovation, Denver and the state of Colorado are known for their efforts to modernize services through smart city technologies like open data, smart infrastructure, autonomous vehicles and have one of the best cybersecurity programs in the country. Denver is also a pioneer in emerging markets like cannabis, where it used Accela’s Civic Solution for Cannabis Regulation to ensure proper safety, enforcement and distribution methods for local businesses.
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At the Welcome Reception on day one, Atlanta’s Chief Resilience Officer Amol Naik talked about Atlanta’s investments in smart city innovation and how the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities program is improving the quality of life for residents.
Aneesh Chopra, the president of CareJourney and the former U.S. Chief Technology Officer, explains the importance of “public sector open innovation,” and calls on state and local governments to search for new technologies and best practices outside of their own departments and jurisdiction
The Center for Digital Government released a new national study, where researchers surveyed more than 125 state and local government professionals to gauge the impact of emerging technologies on policy and regulation. The research found new regulations will likely have a sweeping impact across a broad swath of government functions.
Here are the winners of this year’s Trendsetter Awards, accolades that went to governments and individuals that leveraged technology to improve service delivery in their communities.