County Magazine | February 14, 2023
County Technology Conference set for May, agenda shaped by counties
Registration is open for the highly anticipated County Technology Conference, taking place May 16-19 in Round Rock.
The list of technology challenges counties face today is lengthy: policy development, cyber threats, data storage, technology budgeting – the list goes on.
Get ahead of the curve when you attend the three-day conference.
“We have been working with county IT personnel and elected officials for months to identify the most pressing technology issues facing counties,” said TAC Associate Director of Education & Member Services Dawn Noufer. “Our members’ priorities have absolutely shaped the agenda.”
“The agenda is packed with sessions for both county officials and staff. You are going to get something out of this, whether you’re in IT or not.”
— Judge Jill S. Sklar, Jackson County
The event will offer two education tracks to accommodate varying technical skill levels and will be appropriate for officials and county staff members at every level. “The agenda is packed with sessions for both county officials and staff,” said Jackson County Judge Jill S. Sklar. “You are going to get something out of this, whether you’re in IT or not.”
Additionally, opportunities to connect with other county leaders, exchange information and learn from one another have been prioritized for the event at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions in Round Rock. This is the first event of its kind, specifically designed for county government.
Don’t miss it! View the full agenda and register at county.org/techconference.