Adopting Emerging Tech in Government

Karina Homme

As blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and augmented reality continue to create buzz throughout the tech industry, government agencies are exploring ways to apply emerging tech to empower their workforce and deliver innovative services to the public.

Key to moving forward is the ability for agencies to define emerging tech use cases and get started with piloting new ideas. Roadblocks can include limitations with budget and the skills required to deploy these technologies.

Hear from innovators at the leading edge of emerging tech in government at the next Microsoft Azure Government DC meetup, Adopting Emerging Tech in Government, on Wednesday, Nov. 28 from 6 – 8:30 p.m. at 1776 in Washington, DC. RSVP and join us gain insight from our speakers who will share how agencies are approaching strategy, challenges, use cases and workforce readiness as they leverage emerging tech to innovate for their mission.

Featured speakers include:

Be sure to check out the agenda and RSVP today. As always, our Meetups are free and open to the public, so bring your friends and colleagues for this exciting discussion as well as excellent networking opportunities and refreshments.

If you’re not in the DC-metro area, we invite you to join us via livestream on Nov. 28 starting at 6:35 p.m. at

About the Microsoft Azure Government user community

The Azure Government DC user community was created as a place to bring together professionals interested in learning about government innovation especially around cloud computing technologies and capabilities.

The community was launched in February 2016 by Karina Homme, Azure Government, Microsoft; and Vishwas Lele, CTO of AIS and Microsoft Azure MVP. The community hosts monthly meetups, which are free and open to the public, in Washington, DC, and via livestream. Currently, the Azure Gov DC user community is comprised of more than 2,000 members and growing. We invite you to visit our site to join us.


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