#MACoCon Podcast Spotlight: Tech Tools for Tomorrow’s Counties

Counties can’t rely on yesterday’s approaches to solve tomorrow’s problems. The core mission of local government is to serve residents, ensuring the safety and well-being of all people. Innovation is necessary to accomplish this today. With advanced analytics, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, counties can put data to work, improving outcomes for residents.

Learn how public sector analytics from SAS – with predictive analytics and embedded AI capabilities – enables innovation and drives decisions that better constituent outcomes during the podcast spotlight session at the MACo Summer Conference. This session will feature a live recording of MACo’s Conduit Street Podcast.

Analytics and Government Solutions: Tech Tools for Tomorrow’s Counties

A smart community is one in which information technology improves the lives of its residents. Whether it’s a focus on whole-person care, officer readiness, management of our water resources, education, human services, or infrastructure, SAS Institute helps local and state governments answer questions for positive impact. During this podcast spotlight session, you will learn more about how SAS can support your county’s goals to achieve better customer service, cost savings, increased citizen engagement, decreased crime, and economic growth! So listen in for insight to put your data to work to ensure the safety and well-being of our communities.

Speakers:

  • Jennifer Robinson, Global Government Strategic Advisor, SAS Institute Inc.
  • Michael Sanderson, Executive Director, Maryland Association of Counties (MACo)
  • Kevin Kinnally, Legislative Director, Maryland Association of Counties (MACo)

Date/Time: Thursday, August 18, 2022; 10:15 am – 11:15 am

The 2022 MACo Summer Conference will take place at the Roland Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, MD, from August 17-20. This year’s theme is “Taking Care of Business.”

Learn more about MACo’s Summer Conference:

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