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Wednesday, November 2 • 10:00am - 10:15am
Panel discussion: Developing your digital services strategy

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Moderator
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Nicole Neditch

Senior Director of Community Engagement, Code for America

Speakers
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Holly St. Clair

Director of Enterprise Data Management, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
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Rebecca Rhynhart

Chief Administrative Officer, City of Philadelphia
Rebecca Rhynhart was appointed Chief Administrative Officer of the City of Philadelphia in January 2016. The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is a cabinet-level position created by Mayor Kenney in order to bring innovation to key enabling functions of city government. Departments and functions reporting to the Office of the CAO include Procurement, Public Property, Office of Innovation and Technology, Fleet, Records... Read More →
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Erik Schwartz

Digital Service Architect, City of Lexington
Erik is a Digital Service Architect with the City of Lexington. Most recently he led the transformation of lexingtonky.gov into an ever-evolving hub for digital services. He began consulting with the City of Lexington after completing the Lexington Code for America fellowship. It went well! The fellows built Citygram, a geographic notifications platform, still very useful to this day.


Wednesday November 2, 2016 10:00am - 10:15am
East Room

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