The April 29 event will provide an overview into how CalPERS IT executives manage the agency's technology, provide leadership and counsel to the board and oversee CalPERS' technology portfolio.
The experts offered some tips for the short term and for the longer term, and featured audio as well as a slide deck.
The honorees, part of Government Technology magazine's Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers, also included the general manager of Los Angeles' transportation agency. Honorees stood out for being mission-driven, collaborative and trust builders.
Angelica B. Quirarte, assistant secretary for digital engagement for the California Government Operations Agency, told The Washington Post she’s part of what the newspaper called “a specialized digital team” tasked with launching “a coronavirus rapid response website.” She previously led the Alpha.ca.gov project to reinvent the state's website; it wrapped March 4.