NEXT UP: Friday, October 26, Civic Lab: Innovation, Risk and How that Translates into Creative Problem Solving
More and more, we’ve been hearing talk about taking risk and being innovative-- but what does that really mean for a public agency and public-private partnerships? In this session we talk to agencies that have challenged the status quo, streamlined processes (gasp!) and gone where no RFP has gone before. Join us in a discussion about how SACOG’s new 8-month program, Civic Lab, is engaging local jurisdictions in innovative problem-solving. From agritourism to autonomous vehicles in the Sacramento region, we’ll hear from government agencies about their projects, experiences in the program, and how to collaborate to think creatively about solutions for both present and future challenges.
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While applications are now closed for the PLAN 2018-2019 class, click the button below to keep track of the types of programs offered so that you are ready to join us next year.
The conference is over and planners have returned inspired to plan the future.
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