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Recovering from the pandemic: what policymakers and experts are saying
"When the world needed technology the most, the technology was there. When we needed innovation and openness to change the most, we humans rose to the occasion." Dr. Julia Glidden, CVP of WW Public Sector, Microsoft.
The future of digital transformation | Technology priorities for recovery and growth
How the pandemic is compelling the government to accelerate its own digital transformation in sync with that of the private sector. Dr. Julia Glidden, CVP of WW Public Sector, Microsoft, and Barbara Ubaldi, Senior Policy Analyst at OECD will discuss key policy options for effective digital transformation of both government and national economies as a whole in the coming years.
Microsoft Perspective on the United Nations 2020 E-Government Survey
Dr. Julia Glidden, CVP of Microsoft Worldwide Public Sector was a featured public sector expert as part of the launch of the 2020 edition of the prestigious United Nations E-Government Survey.
Microsoft Participates in UN Capacity Development Webinar
Dr. Julia Glidden, CVP of Microsoft Worldwide Public Sector shared remarks as part of the of the UN Webinar - Accelerating Digital Transformation for Sustainable and Resilient Recovery from COVID-19 on October 13, 2020.
Department of Energy announces the First Five Consortium
On August 18, 2020, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office (AITO) announced the creation of the First Five Consortium (First Five). The consortium is named in acknowledgment of how critical the first five minutes are in recognizing the type and scale of a disaster or hazardous incident, activating the appropriate response system, and managing the event—typically the role of First Responders.
Microsoft Government Digital Forum
Watch this webinar to learn how COVID-19 has impacted government and what we can anticipate going forward.