Home Sponsored Announcements FREE Technology in Government Hackathon, Canberra, Tuesday 1 August

ServiceNow is hosting a unique event at the Technology in Government conference in Canberra, August 1-2, open to anyone keen to collaborate, compete and create innovative IT solutions for the public sector. You don’t have to be a ServiceNow user or have experience using the ServiceNow platform – there will be experts in attendance to help along the way.

Participants will gain free entry to the conference and are welcome to join the complimentary networking drinks on Tuesday evening, August 1. Attendees can attend and work as a team, join a team on arrival, or participate individually. After 7 hours of creating, one team or individual will be crowned the winner.

Those interested in attending can register here.

WHY ATTEND?
This is a great event to educate a yourself on the power of the ServiceNow platform, raise awareness across other areas of the organisation and stimulate activity to solve real challenges. It also brings together individuals and teams who would not normally collaborate or are bound by the barriers of time, distance and function.

HOW IT HAPPENS ?
A single day event where participants are exposed to the platform, come together to build innovative applications and solutions, all with support from ServiceNow Gurus. The event is driven by you and your colleagues, with support from a core team who are experienced drivers of successful hackathons.
 
FREE ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY IN GOVERNMENT SUMMITS ON 2 AUGUST 2017
After completing the Hackathon on Tuesday 1 August, attendees are welcome to join the Technology in Government Summits on Wednesday 2 August 2017. Delegates can choose from four focus areas of their choice: Secure Government, Citizen Experience, Future Services and ICT Procurement. See agenda here.

Event Details:
Tuesday 1st August
09:00 - 16:00 Hackathon by ServiceNow (Room Location: Ballroom)
17:00 - 18:00 Networking Drinks. Winners will be announced at 5:45pm towards the end of networking drinks.
 
Wednesday 2nd August
08:50 - 16:00 Technology in Government Summits (see agenda here)

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