Registration is closed. Members may register or make substitutions onsite.
Media/Press: Contact Kayla Leslie for registration information.
Non-member registrations are full for the Midyear Conference.

Conference Location:
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202

Note: The conference hotel is sold out. Please check area hotels for availability.

Give Back funds will support computer center updates at Second Story's four neighborhood teen and youth centers.

Donations accepted online, during registration and on-site.

Midyear sponsorship are sold out. Please review the sponsorship guide for additional information.

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Agenda

Sunday, April 23

  • 10:30 a
  • 12 p
  • 1p
  • 2:30 p
  • 4:30 p
  • 4:30 p
  • 6:30-8 p
  • Public Sector Forum
  • State Member Lunch
  • State Member Workshop
  • Public Sector Forum
  • State Member Reception
  • CLC Meeting & Workshop
  • Welcome Reception

Monday, April 24

  • 7:30 a
  • 9 a
  • 11 a
  • 12:15 p
  • 1:15 p
  • 2 p
  • 3 p
  • 6:30-8 p
  • Networking Breakfast
  • Welcome & Keynote
  • Speed Networking
  • Lunch
  • Gov. McAuliffe Remarks
  • Top Ten Talks
  • General Session
  • Premier Reception

Tuesday, April 25

  • 7:30 a
  • 9 a
  • 10:30 a
  • 12 p
  • 1:30 p
  • 3 p
  • 4:30-6 p
  • Networking Breakfast
  • Learning Lounges
  • Learning Lounges
  • Lunch
  • Topical Roundtables
  • General Session
  • State Member Business Meeting

Speakers

Jason Ashlock
Scott Wayne
Darryl Ackley
Tom Baden
David Behen
Keir Buckhurst
Chris Buse
Chris Cruz
Stu Davis
Brenda Decker
Mark DiFraia
Denis Goulet
Joanne Hale
Todd Kimbriel
Andre McGregor
Steve Nichols
Craig Orgeron
Mark Raymond
Bo Reese
Doug Robinson
Doug Robinson
Rick Webb
Keith Werner

Sponsors

Pinnacle Sponsor
Tanium
 

Interactive Technology Sponsors
Deloitte
Pluralsight
 

Member Center Sponsor
Open Text
 

Wi-Fi Sponsor
 

Gold Sponsors
Accenture
AWS
ATT
CA Technologies
Century Link
 
CGI
Conduent
Dell EMC
DX
Esri
ForeScout
 
Gartner
Genesys
Hortonworks
IBM
KSM Consulting
Micropact
 
Netapp
NIC
Optum
Oracle
Paloalto Networks
Salesforce Government
 
SAP
Socrata
Symantec
 

Silver Sponsors
carahsoft
FireEye
HP Enterprise
infor
Lenovo Government
 
Nutanix
Pure Storage
RiskSense
Skyhigh
Vertias
 

Bronze Sponsors
Cisco
Citirx Public Sector
First Data
Infosys
Pega
 
Redhat
SailPoint
Teradata
Unisys
 

 
Media Sponsors
21st Century State and Local
I360Gov
FedScoop
GCN
Governing
 
GovernmentTechnology
PublicCIO
RouteFifty
StateScoop
StateTech
 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Early Bird Rate (by March 7) - $1,195

Regular Rate (by April 14) - $1,295

Late/Onsite Rate - $1,395

NASCIO corporate members, partner entities, conference sponsors and attendees are expressly prohibited from holding events that run concurrently with NASCIO conference programming - sessions, meals, receptions or any other conferee-related events. There must be a thirty minute buffer from the conclusion of a NASCIO event and the start of yours..

If a registered attendee must cancel, a refund (minus reasonable administrative fees) is provided if written notice is provided within the posted deadlines of the conference. No refunds are given for cancellations made after the refund deadline (April 5, 2017).

Non-member companies may attend a NASCIO conference prior to joining as an introduction to the association. Please review eligibility and process for requesting registration. Note: Non-member registration is full for the Midyear Conference.

NASCIO conferences are business casual. However, attendee attire ranges from business causal to business formal. Evening events are also business casual; if specific attire is appropriate, attendees will be notified.

NASCIO conferences are educational and networking based and do not include an exhibit or trade show hall.

Midyear sponsorship are sold out. Please review the sponsorship guide for additional information.

Session topics and speakers flow through the NASCIO programs committee. About five months prior to a conference Idea Roundup is held, a time for members and non-members to submit ideas for conference sessions, case studies of interest and potential speakers. This is not, however, a formal submission process. The ideas submitted help the committee “take the pulse” of what is of interest to attendees. Topics are selected without predetermined speakers. Once topics are selected, then the committee brainstorms the case studies and speakers that best address the goals for each session.

  • NASCIO corporate members, partner entities, conference sponsors and attendees are expressly prohibited from holding events that run concurrently with NASCIO conference sessions, meetings, meals, receptions or any other conference-related events. There must be a 30-minute buffer from the conclusion of our event and the start of yours.
  • No marketing materials may be distributed at NASCIO conferences except approved sponsor materials.
  • Gifts or other amenities may not be sent to the hotel room of any public sector attendee.
  • Conference rosters are not to be harvested, sold to others, incorporated into any type of database, used to generate mailing lists., or employed for any promotional purpose. 

NASCIO DC Fly-In

This year's Fly-In will take place from 8 am - 2 pm on Wednesday, April 26. The DC Fly-In is an opportunity for State CIOs and other key staff to meet with Congressional and federal government decision makers on policies and programs that have a significant impact on state governments. Participation ensures that your state's viewpoints are heard and that you latest information on IT policy issues that may impact your state government.

NASCIO strives to improve federal policy to ensure citizens receive secure, effective, and efficient IT services from their governments. As a key facet of NASCIO's advocacy and government affairs outreach, this annual event establishes and strengthens relationships between NASCIO and members of Congress, Congressional staff, federal agency officials and state association partners.

The goal is to deliver NASCIO's message on priority policy issues and reinforce recognition of NASCIO as the primary resource for federal policy makers on state information technology issues.