Join ProudCity and ELGL on November 29 for a free Empowering Effective Digital Government from the Top fireside chat to discuss how the City of San Rafael embraced a new approach to leadership and enabled a holistic approach to iterative, proactive, digital public service.
San Rafael’s Rebecca Woodbury and Talia Smith share their experience supporting Santa Rosa’s Emergency Operation Center fire response and recovery efforts over the past few weeks. While Rebecca and Talia highlight ProudCity’s involvement with Sonoma County recovery efforts, this resonates most with us.
As part of its 2017 Navigator Awards Finalists feature, Route Fifty recognized San Rafael Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury and the work the city is doing with ProudCity.
Video of the "Government and Software-as-a-Service" webinar held Thursday, August 3, is now available.
Join us August 3, 1 p.m. ET, as we sit down with San Rafael (California) Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury and Upper Arlington (Ohio) Assistant City Manager Dan Ralley for a ‘Government and Software-as-a-Service‘ webinar to discuss the benefits and best practices around adopting cloud-based software in local government.
We’re fortunate to work with forward-thinking, innovative government leaders willing to re-imagine and act on changing the rules when it comes to digital public service, and we’re proud to work with Rebecca Woodbury.
To help other cities understand how they can execute in the same manner as San Rafael, we’ve culled several aspects of the city’s digital efforts into a case study of sorts.
For those unfamiliar, or too busy, with the intricacies of launching a new government website, ProudCity now has a personalized methodology that helps streamline this traditionally cumbersome process.
StateScoop featured the launch of the ProudCity Service Center.
Government Computer News featured the launch of the ProudCity Service Center.