The 2024 County Technology Conference is essential to empowering your county with information about technology and resources. It will offer attendees critical information about the biggest tech and cybersecurity issues facing counties today. The conference will also offer opportunities for you to meet with your county colleagues and learn how other counties tackle technology risks and challenges.
Join us in person or online as we continue to explore new ways to share important information with you and your county.
|Registration Type||Early Bird||After April 21|
|In-Person County Official or Staff Member||$275||$325|
|City, School or Special District Registration||$305||$355|
|Corporate Registration: 3rd Party IT Provider Under Contract – limit to one corporate registration per conference attendee||$500||$550|
NOTE: All participants (online and in person) must register by April 12 to receive conference giveaway.
In-person registration fee does not include access to the virtual platform.
Please make checks payable to the Texas Association of Counties.
If you have registered for the virtual event, a personalized participation link will be emailed to you a few days before the start of the program.
Note: Event confirmation emails will come from Events@Accelevents.com and will be sent to the email address that was used to register for the event.
How to Access the Virtual Event Platform
Conference attendees will need to have access to the internet and use a web browser to log in and join the virtual event. While most internet browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, etc.) should allow the event to be accessed, we've found that Google Chrome works best, as other browsers may experience issues. Internet Explorer is not a supported browser for the event.
Google Chrome is free to download; however, some county information technology departments may require county staff to get approval before downloading new software.
Call For Presentations
Interested in speaking at the County Technology Conference? Submit a Presentation form today! See the below guidelines and suggested topics for submission.
Presentation Proposal Guidelines
Proposals from potential speakers are evaluated for:
- Relevance to the technology trends that affect counties
- Clearly articulated submission materials with achievable learning objectives
- Creative and/or effective approach to presenting the topic
- Presenter/speaker qualifications
- Appropriateness for audience technology skill level will be considered (I.e., some topics will be presented to a technically advanced audience, while others will be geared for attendees with basic level knowledge. Other sessions will be to a mixed group.)
Suggested Presentation Topics
- Grant Opportunities for County Technology
- Artificial Intelligence
- Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS)
- Cybersecurity & Incident Response
- Legislative Updates Impacting Technology
- Social Engineering/Ransomware
- Website Accessibility
- Records Retention
- Information & Network Security
- Cloud Security & Software
- Data Storage
- Microsoft Office 365 Applications
- Legally Required Website Postings
- Technology Policy Development
We will be in touch by Feb. 1 if your submission has been selected.
If you have any questions, please contact Rachel Kucera at (800) 456‑5974.