A Big Day After an Even Bigger Year

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Posted: September 6, 2016
Category: 930gov , Events , Technical Communities






Producing 930gov is a bit like staging an Inaugural Ball.


You plan for a year, the big day arrives, you have everyone you respect in one place, there’s this action-packed whirlwind of activity, and BAM! it feels like the whole thing is over in minutes. As the dust settles, you’re left with a profound sense of relief, satisfaction—and already, the first 5 or 10 items on your to-do list for the next go around.  

You’re also blessed with indelible memories—a mental montage of great moments from all the sessions, as well as discussions with our speakers, exhibitors, attendees. The ideas were flying; you try to take it all in, but it really was a fun challenge to take it all in.  

Some excerpts from my personal “930gov montage”on twitterView the entire story with highlights from each technical community.

So I was happily exhausted (more mentally than physically) as I was walked to the closing reception. And on the way I was compiling a list—of all the people I needed to thank for another successful 930gov event.

I’d like to thank:

  • The DGI staff, for their above and beyond dedication. They thrive on pressure and make pulling off miracles standard operating procedure. 930gov doesn’t happen without what they do.

  • Each of the technical communities who meet at 930gov: Knowledge Management, Records Management, DevOps, IT and Cyber Security, and Government Customer Experience. 930gov is really their conference.

  • Our speakers who brought the depth, substance, experience, and expertise that makes 930gov the gold standard in government events.

  • The exhibitors and sponsors for making 930gov possible—and for all they do to support government technical communities.

  • And finally, I thanked our attendees, who brought their professionalism, open minds, and eagerness to learn to every session they filled. They made great points, asked great questions, and generally challenged our presenters to be at their best.


 It should be clear from all this that 930gov is no one-man show. It’s definitely a team effort, the result of the efforts of a government IT community fully committed to advancing KM, RM, DevOps, Cyber, and Customer Service in the federal government. I’m grateful to everyone who worked so hard to make this year’s event such a success.

We have great things on the drawing/planning table for the 5th anniversary of 930gov in 2017. Join our mailing listfor updates. 

Because tomorrow, we’re going to get up and work on our remaining conferences, trainings, and webinars . 





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