For the second year, Code for America is offering a candid, closed-door executive leadership convening at the annual Code for America Summit. This convening will bring together government leaders to address the key challenges leaders face delivering government services for the people, by the people, in a digital age.

These sessions, with content for both leaders of policy and programs and leaders of technology and information technology, will include expert curriculum as well as opportunities for attendees to share their insight, successes and challenges with one another in a private environment.

Technology and information technology candidates for this convening may be Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Chief Innovation Officers, or their deputies, among other similarly situated positions.

Policy and program candidates for this convening may be department secretaries or deputy secretaries, chiefs of staff or chief operating officers, among other similarly situated positions.

Faculty for the day are currently being finalized. Last year's faculty included:

Jennifer Anastasoff, Tech Talent Project, former head of people for the U.S. Digital Service; Robin Carnahan, Head of State and Local Practice, 18F; Dana Chisnell, Co-Director of the Center for Civic Design; Matt Cutts, Administrator, U.S. Digital Service; Aaron Snow, CEO, Canada Digital Service; and Michael Wilkening, Special Advisor on Innovation and Digital Services in the Office of the Governor, State of California.


Wednesday, March 11, 2 – 5 p.m.
Convening Cost: $250


Apply or nominate someone to attend

To encourage candid conversation and an intimate experience, spaces for this convening are limited. We invite you to apply or nominate an executive to participate.

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