Overview

May 12
10AM PT, 1PM ET

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Providing seamless access to technology systems and applications is a key concern for public sector leaders who are embracing remote and hybrid workforces. Secure and simple access must ensure that the right people are accessing the right technology. And privacy is increasingly important as constituent services are delivered virtually.

Join Government Technology and Governing on May 12 at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern for a conversation about how you can enhance security and ensure optimum productivity in this new work environment.

Speakers

Phil Bertolini

Phil Bertolini — Moderator

Co-Executive Director, Center for Digital Government

Phil Bertolini is the Co-Executive Director of the Center for Digital Government (CDG), a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government. Previously, he served as deputy county executive and CIO for Oakland County, Michigan.

During his 31-year tenure, Phil built a world-class IT organization in the second-largest county in Michigan, just north of Detroit. As Oakland County CIO, he oversaw more than 150 employees serving over 1.2 million residents. In 2005, he was also promoted to deputy county executive, holding dual positions until his retirement.

Otto Doll

Otto Doll

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

As the Minneapolis CIO for seven-plus years, Mr. Doll was responsible for all city IT services. He also served as South Dakota's CIO for 15 years with responsibility for all state government computing, telecommunications, radio, and public broadcasting.

Joshua Spence

Joshua Spence

Chief Technology Officer, West Virginia Office of Technology

Joshua Spence was appointed by Gov. Jim Justice to fill the seat after the retirement of longtime IT leader John Dunlap.
Spence had been serving as chief information security officer of West Virginia since 2015. He holds expertise in cybersecurity strategy, incident response, cryptography and risk management.
Prior to his service as the state's CISO, Spence served as the cybersecurity manager for the West Virginia Air National Guard. He has maintained his cybersecurity service with the Air National Guard, 130th Airlift Wing.