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Conquering Legacy IT: Top Projects in Detroit's Recovery

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In 2014, Beth Niblock moved to Detroit as its new CIO, tasked with transforming a crumbling and neglected IT infrastructure. Today the city has emerged from bankruptcy and serves as an example for other struggling municipalities. In a keynote interview with Code for America Founder and Executive Director Jennifer Pahlka at Interop 2018, Niblock shared some of the highlights of her efforts.

>> Read more about Detroit's IT initiatives:
The Transformation of Detroit's IT: From Win XP to EMail that Works
Government IT's Risks and Rich Rewards

>> Watch the entire keynote presentation:
Fireside Chat with Beth Niblock and Jennifer Pahlka

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