Please join the HTCA as Honolulu’s IT Director and Chief Information Officer Gordon Bruce explains how our city progressedfrom being one of the worst technology cities to taking first place as a Digital City. Honolulu was recently recognized by the Center for Digital Government as the Number 1 Digital City in the Nation (Large City Category) in a survey that examines state government’s best practices and policies for use of digital technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.
Bruce will also expand on where the City is heading, and provide insight into recent award-winning projects in “Open Government,” “Transparency,” “Big Data” and “Mobile Applications.”
Bruce, who has been in his current role for seven years, has more than 40 years of experience in technology. He earned a Master’s Degree in International Business from Hawaii Pacific University. He is a published author, and serves on numerous boards, including the State Broadband Task Force, State Office of Information Technology Management Advisory Board and FEMA Technology Transition Working Group.
COST: $24 – HTCA members; $34 - non-members
Reservation deadline: Friday, Aug. 10. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact information. Payment: cash or check at the event, or by credit card via Paypal can be made via our website www.htca.org. To cover costs incurred, no shows will be billed.
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About the Hawaii TeleCommunications Association (HTCA)
HTCA has been dedicated to supporting Hawaii's diverse and expanding telecommunications community since 1975. It offers a monthly luncheon/speaker series and an annual conference every fall. For more information, please visit http://htca.org/.