EGov Committee Minutes for Feb. 23, 2016

Start time: 7:00PM Location: Microsoft Building, 320 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 In Attendance: – Joneil Sampana, Committee Co-Chair – Heather Lewis, Committee Co-Chair – David Doyle, Microsoft – Sarah Abramowitz, Ross Strategic – Jen Davison, Urban@UW – Dan Moulton, Citizen Brief Introductions (All Attendees) ……………………………………………7:00PM Upcoming Events (Joneil Sampana) …………………………………………..7:05PM 2/29: Seattle Data […] Read more »

EGov Committee Minutes for Jan. 26, 2015

CTAB E-Government Committee Meeting January 26, 2016 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm 320 Westlake Ave. Seattle   Attendee(s) Joneil Sampana, CTAB – E-Gov Committee Co-Chair Heather Lewis, CTAB – E-Gov Committee Co-Chair Greta H. – E-Gov Committee Secretary Shelly Farnham, Third Place Technology Sara Abramowitz – Ross Strategic Sinae Cheh – Morning Star Korean Cultural […] Read more »

EGov Committee Minutes for Sept. 29, 2015

CTAB E-Government Committee Meeting September 29, 2015 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm 320 Westlake Ave. Seattle Attendee(s) – Joneil Sampana, CTAB – E-Gov Committee Chair – Shelly Farnham, Third Place Technology – Usman Anwer, Microsoft Windows Group – Heather Lewis, Comotion; U of W – Old Business: 1) New Civic Tools – a) Seattle Municipal […] Read more »

Join E-Gov Committee! We’re Listening to citizen’s voices to Improve our citizen services

The E-Gov committee is excited about our 2015 Workplan: Identify digital tools to encourage citizen engagement; Recommend solutions to improve intra-department efficiencies for improved civic engagement; Promote collaborative partnerships across the tech and education sector for citizen and youth engagement. Come join our committee meeting every 4th Tuesday @ 6:00 pm. Location: 320 Westlake, Seattle. […] Read more »

eGov Committee Draft Workplan 2014

From Rob Dolin, Chair of E-gov committee: Per discussion at tonight’s CTTAB meeting, attached is the PPT that I briefly presented representing a DRAFT Work Plan for the eGov Committee. Next steps: This week: Any feedback you have (especially around prioritization) would be welcomed via email This week: I would sincerely appreciate if someone from […] Read more »