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2016 MISAC Annual Conference 

Securing IT’s Future: Today

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October 9-12, 2016

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Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego

 

Member registration rates:

Four days, Sunday-Wednesday, including the CIO Leadership & Innovation Forum - $550

Three days, Sunday-Tuesday - $425

Member guest room rates are $159 + tax

Parking is estimated to be $15-18/day

  

Click here to register and for the conference schedule. 

 

For vendor registration rates, partner program information, and sponsorship opportunities, please email info@misac.org. 

 


 

Agenda updates will be posted here as they are finalized.

 

 


 

7/5/16:

  

Monday keynote - 'Google Fiber': Rick Usher, Assistant City Manager, Kansas City, MO

Monday lunch speaker - Amy Brown

 

Wednesday's Innovation panel moderator will be Dennis Vlasich

Guest panelists will be:

Rick Cole, City Manager, City of Santa Monica
Rob Johnson, City Manager, City of Menifee
Lea Deesing, CIO, City of Riverside
Jasmine Frost, IT Chief of Staff, City of Palo Alto
Nabil Fares, IT Director, City of Stockton


 

 

6/13/16:


Wednesday Leadership & Innovation Forum tentative schedule:

 

AM: Leadership, Communication, and IT Brand Development (content still in development)

 

PM: Innovation Panel - Making the Most of Your City's Technology
Within Municipal Government, Information Technology is sometimes viewed as “just” a cost center or, occasionally, as a necessary evil.  In this “Instant Gratification” and BYO generation, Open Data, Cloud Computing, Citizen Engagement, Mobile Apps, and Security are all commonly-used systems that turn into buzz phrases that drive information technology projects and have burgeoning effects on SLAs and budgets.  Consequently, projects and systems are rolled out faster than ever before, sometimes without adequately vetting the app or measuring and understanding proof of concept or ROI.  These issues negatively affect project success, creating backlogs, “scope creep”, and costing your agency more money.  If it isn’t already, Information Technology in your agency needs to be reshaped as a strategic operational component.  Experienced City Managers and CIOs will share their advice and experience on how to make the most of your agencies’ technology investments and to utilize IT as more of a strategic partner in running operations efficiently and effectively.

 


 

6/3/16:

 

Conference Registration - click these links for conference registration.

 


 

5/26/16:

 

Sunday Keynote Announcement:

The conference committee is excited to announce that we have secured Marc Goodman for our Sunday keynote session at the conference in October.  Mr. Goodman is a global strategist and consultant focused on the profound change technology is having on security, business and international affairs.  He was appointed by the FBI as their Futurist in Residence, is the founder of the Future Crimes Institute and currently serves as the Chair for Policy, Law and Ethics at Silicon Valley’s Singularity University. He has worked with organizations such as INTERPOL, the UN Counterterrorism Task Force, NATO, the US Government and the Los Angeles Police Department. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller Future Crimes.

 


 

If you are a knowledgeable and articulate subject matter expert willing to share your insights and real-world experience, you are invited to submit a presentation abstract. Here's the link to our Call for Abstracts/List of Presentation Topics page.

 


 

 

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