The Center for Competitive Government has organized many conferences in conjunction with established professional organizations.
Those interested in attending and/or presenting a paper at a conference should contact the director; all submitted articles are considered candidates for publication in our book series.
Temple University’s 7th Mayors’ Innovation Summit will provide an important forum for dialog among mayors, information and technology officers, civic innovators, technology executives and the non-profit sector to share their vision of the city of the future. This three day event will engage participants in a variety of workshops and panel discussions. By engaging in a variety of workshops and panel…
- Mayors’ Technology Summit 2010: The Digital City
- Mayors’ Technology Summit 2008: Technology Solutions for Safe Communities and Economic Sustainability
- Mayors’ Technology Summit 2004: Homeland Security, Safety and Economic Development
- Mayor’s Technology Summit 2003: Homeland Security, Safety and Economic Development
- Conference of Mayors and CEOs 2001: Seizing the Opportunity of E-Government
- Conference of Mayors 2000: Making Government Work
- “Making Government Work: Best Practices in Competitive Government”
Host: Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, May 9-10, 2000. New York City.
- “Seizing the Opportunity of E-Government”
Host: Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, June 26-27, 2001.
- “Mayors’ Technology Summit 2003: Homeland Security, Safety and Economic Development”
Host: Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr. July 17-18, 2003.