Highlights from Fall Festival 2018

We were thrilled to welcome OpenGov customers, partners, and other government leaders at the inaugural OpenGov Fall Festival on October 10, 2018.

Over 120 guests listened captively to an impressive slate of speakers, including Adrian Fenty, Former Mayor of the District of Columbia. Janelle Galbraith, Management Assistant to the City Manager at the City of Redding, California, shared remarks on how they were able to leverage OpenGov technology to build public trust in a time of crisis during the Carr Fires. City Administrative Officer, Brian Dehner, of Edgewood, Kentucky, showcased a ground-breaking story that demonstrates how quick access to data informed better budget decisions, thereby enabling citizen lives to be saved.

Guests enjoyed sipping Budget-tinis, snapping pics in the photobooth, networking, learning, and sharing throughout the festivities. Our appreciation to our incredible sponsors: AWS, SmartBrief, King & Spalding, Patriot IT, and Vertosoft.

We’re looking forward to seeing you all at the next one in 2019!

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