VCOG’s 2013 Annual Conference to be held Dec. 6

Register today for VCOG's annual conference, DECEMBER 6 from 10AM to 4PM at the Williamsburg Community Building (click for map).

Check out our fantastic lineup of panels and speakers:

10AM: Welcome from VCOG’s president Craig Fifer and Williamsburg City Manager Jack Tuttle

10:15: "Lax": Are Virginia’s laws as bad as they say?
Sheila Krumholz, Center for Responsive Politics
Bob Lewis, Virginia politics and government correspondent
Vivian Paige, Political observer
Gordon Witkin, Center for Public Integrity

11:30: Featured speaker
Aneesh Chopra, former U.S. Chief Technology Officer and Virginia Secretary of Technology

1:30: The Virginia Way: Time for a new path?
Benson Dendy, Vectre Corporation
Waldo Jaquith, Open Virginia
Gordon Morse, Political observer
Ginger Stanley, Virginia Press Association

2:45: Reform: What does the future hold?
Ernie Gates, Stars & Stripes
Quentin Kidd, Christopher Newport University
Brian Schoneman, Bearing Drift
Julian Walker, Virginian-Pilot

VCOG will also present our 2013 open government awards for citizens, media and government.

$30 for VCOG members; $40 for non-members. Price includes lunch and snacks.

Visit Virginia Coalition for Open Government for more.

The Virginia Coalition for Open Government is a member of NFOIC. –eds