Mark your calendar: 13th Annual Adobe Experience Makers Government Forum set for May 10
We’re thrilled to announce our 13th Annual Adobe Experience Makers Government Forum. Registration is now open, so mark your calendars for May 10th. Whether you’re joining us in person at the Renaissance Washington Hotel or participating virtually from the location of your choice, we have a lineup of insightful sessions that you won’t want to miss.
This year’s theme — “Digital Experiences that Put People First” — feels especially timely. The pandemic accelerated digital readiness and leveraging simple, seamless, and secure government solutions across public sector organizations. It also underscored that the most effective digital solutions and processes have one thing in common: an outstanding user experience, whether that user is a citizen or government employee.
Join Adobe partners and customers as they discuss the accessible solutions and services helping agencies offer an effective, equitable and accountable government that meets the needs of its people.
Modern insights for your agency
Government Forum will feature three tracks of targeted content for Federal Civilian, Department of Defense/National Security, and State and Local Government Agencies. Each is packed with best-practice insights and real-world success stories. We’ll be sharing more details on each track in the coming weeks, so be sure to check back here for further details.
Learn how technology can tip the scales
This year’s program will kick off with two exciting sessions, The Future of CX and Personalizing the Citizen Experience, and wrap up with a can’t-miss presentation detailing how technology helped bring down drug kingpin Pablo Escobar.
- In The Future of CX, you can tune into a panel discussion led by Suzette Kent, former chief information officer for the United States. The discussion will feature Clare Martorana, federal chief information officer with the office of management and budget executive office of the president, and Bill Zielinksi, chief information officer with the City of Dallas. During the panel, you’ll learn how federal and state government technology leaders are accelerating innovation and the adoption of simple, seamless, and secure solutions. They will touch on how these leaders are approaching new CX policy priorities, including the White House’s recent Executive Order, to accelerate government service modernization and share real-world perspectives on how agencies can accelerate efforts to transform service delivery for the digital age.
- Join us for Personalizing the Citizen Experience where Michel Laviolette, director general of digital services for Service Canada, and Teri Takai, senior vice president of the Center for Digital Government, will share how government leaders can reinvest in customer experience to deliver personalized, secure, effective, equitable, and accessible solutions.
- Everyone Has a Story - Don’t miss Manhunters: How We Took Down Pablo Escobar where legendary Drug Enforcement Administration operatives Steve Murphy and Javier F. Peña tell the story of how they helped put an end to one of the world’s most infamous narco-terrorists, Pablo Escobar. Participants attending in person will receive a signed copy of their best-selling book.
Learn how to create digital experiences that put people first
Public sector agencies are increasingly focused on innovating for better CX and UX. And it has never been clearer that simple, seamless, and secure government solutions are the key to putting people first – whether they’re employees or the public.
On behalf of the Adobe Public Sector team, our sponsors, and our partners, I look forward to seeing you in person at this year’s event. May 10th will be here soon, so be sure to reserve your spot today for an engaging few days of idea sharing and innovation.