Editor's Note: We've received this note from the Global Cities Teams Challenges of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and US Ignite. Read more about the these important challenges.
Save the Date - An Important Event Related to the Next Round of the Global Cities Teams Challenge: November 12-13, 2015
Municipal leaders and innovators will gather at the NIST Campus in Gaithersburg, Maryland on November 12-13 for an important event related to the next round of Global City Team Challenge (GCTC). An agenda for the November event and a summary of exciting changes that NIST and US Ignite have planned for the next round of the GCTC will be circulated soon.
In the meantime, if your plans include participating in Smart Cities Week (September 15-17), we hope you will consider joining NIST and US Ignite for a program titled "Accelerating Smart City Deployments: Challenges, Competitions and Collaborations from Smart Cities Around the Globe and Across the Region." The program will take place on September 17 from 1:00pm to 5:30pm and will feature a preview of the next round of GCTC and a panel discussion on "What is Working," featuring leaders from around the world and across the DC region.
Two more sessions at Smart Cities Week will be moderated by GCTC and feature GCTC team members:
My best for these final remaining weeks of summer. Look forward to seeing many of you in November!
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