These small group video chats will feature up to three state CIOs discussing their state’s initiatives for the year as well as small breakout groups providing the opportunity for interaction with each individual CIO. While participation in each State CIO Roundtable Chat is limited to increase the overall value for all attendees, you can still leverage the information from every session as they will be recorded and made available on the NASCIO Community.

Some things you need to know about State CIO Roundtable Chat registration:

  1. Registration is complimentary and a benefit of membership – its open to all corporate members in good standing and will open at Noon ET on Tuesday, March 9
  2. Individuals can register for up to two (2) State CIO Roundtable Chats – and multiple individuals from the same company can register
  3. The State CIO Roundtable Chats are not part of the 2021 Midyear Conference – you don’t have to be a conference registrant to register for the Chats
  4. State CIO Roundtable Chat registration is first come, first served and non-transferrable (no name changes or substitutions)
  5. Registration will be available March 9 -31 or while space remains – Chats are limited to 60 attendees per chat
  6. VERY IMPORTANT: During the registration process the registrant will want to download the calendar at the end of the registration process – the calendar will have the link to the meetings etc.  If you are going to be registering your team as opposed to them registering themselves you’ll want to download the calendar on their behalf and forward to each participant.

Questions? Contact Lori Rempe, NASCIO’s membership and sponsorship manager.

Roundtable Chats Schedule

All State CIO Roundtable Chat spots are filled. Session recordings will be available on the NASCIO Community Corporate Member Exchange on the Friday following each week of Chat sessions.

A printable State CIO Roundtable Chat Schedule is available for download. Registration will open at Noon ET on March 9  and will close March 31 or when spaces fill. The updated 2021 State CIO Priorities can be viewed here – State CIO Annual 2021 Initiatives.

April 6

11 am ET | Lindsey Parker (DC), Calvin Rhodes (GA), Keith Osman (SC)
3 pm ET | Bill Smith (AK), Amy Tong (CA), Greg Zickau (ID)

April 7

11 am ET | Jeff Wann (MO), Ed Toner (NE), Trina Zanow (WI)
3 pm ET | Michael Leahy (MD), David Johnson (MS), Jim Weaver (NC)

April 8

11 am ET | Annette Dunn (IA), Stacy Mill (KS), Dickey Howze (LA)
3 pm ET | Tony Neal-Graves (CO), Tarek Tomes (MN), Rupert Ross (USVI)

April 13

11 am ET | Tracy Barnes (IN), Ervan Rodgers (OH), Josh Spence (WV)
3 pm ET | Brom Stibitz (MI), Shawn Riley (ND), Gordon Knopp (WY)

April 14

3 pm ET | Jonathan Askins (AR), Ruth Day (KY), Amanda Crawford (TX)

April 15

11 am ET | Jennifer Ricker (IL), Alan Cunningham (NV), Alan Fuller (UT)

April 20

11 am ET | J.R. Sloan (AZ), Jamie Grant (FL), Terrence Woods (OR)
3 pm ET | John Salazar (NM), Stephanie Dedmon (TN), Nelson Moe (VA)

April 21

11 am ET | Fred Brittain (ME), Tony Riddick (NY), John Quinn (VT)
3 pm ET | Curtis Wood (MA), Denis Goulet (NH), Bijay Kumar (RI)

April 22

3 pm ET | Doug Murdock (HI), Chris Rein (NJ), Mark Quimby (WA)

April 29

3 pm ET | Mark Raymond (CT), Jason Clarke (DE), John MacMillan (PA)