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SAVE THE DATE

EDGE23

January 6-8, 2023
 Las Vegas, NV

 

The Most Important Conference You Can Attend  

 on priority government missions and the technologies that support them 

is at the world’s most prestigious innovation and technology showcase 

EDGE23@CES

Park MGM,  Las Vegas 

January 6-8, 2023 

Be Part of Something Bigger! 

 

ABOUT EDGE23 

  • Produced by the Government Business Executive Forum www.gbef.tech  for 18 consecutive years 

  •  premier government technology conference partner to CES and recognized as government technology’s most prestigious annual summit and global stage 

  • An agenda concentrated in US Federal but with significant participation from American state and local jurisdictions and US partner nations 

  • Technology’s top innovators 

  • Attendance is primarily by invitation and limited to 400 senior government and business professionals.  

 

For EDGE23 updates and to join the attendance waitlist, 

 

 

HIGHLY INTERACTIVE EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE AGENDA 

  • The pre-plenary Executive Roundtable agenda opens EDGE23 and is the catalyst for substantive connections throughout the conference and beyond. 

  • Three sessions of three Executive Roundtables each – 9 subjects total 

  • Six participants on each Roundtable – mission and technology leaders from the United States and select US partner nations 

  • 90-minutes each, with the first 15-minutes a “mini reception” allowing attendees and direct Roundtable participants to connect. 

  • Public and private sector moderators invite attendee participation and input throughout the Roundtables’ duration. 

  • Off-the-record, neither recorded nor broadcast, Executive Roundtables offer attendees and participants opportunities to share perspectives on various technology and mission issues candidly. 

 

PROVOCATIVE, IMPACTFUL PLENARY PRESENTATIONS 

  • Top leaders from government and business: US Federal, American state and local, US partner nations, recognized tech innovators. 

  • current challenges and opportunities with an eye on what’s on the near-term horizon 

  • Utilize state-of-the-art multimedia technologies 

 

EDGE23 Plenary sessions are recorded in 4K and broadcast to a virtual audience that is global in its reach. 

 

DRAMATIC PLENARY STAGING 

EDGE23 Plenary sessions are on the Dolby Live Theater stage at the Park MGM Hotel, the venue for such acts as Cher, Bruno Mars, and Lady Gaga.  

  • One of the world’s largest and most technologically advanced venues.  

  • The LED wall is 140 feet wide and more than 50 feet tall – a side wing on each side of the stage measures half the main stage, allowing live, remote participation, and rich multimedia presentations to be included. 

  • First-of-its-kind, fully integrated Dolby Atmos audio system with 402 speakers, 240 feet wide projection surface with projection mapping technology, and nine HD and 4K Projectors. 

 

Live before the 400 in-person attendees, EDGE23 plenary sessions also are recorded and broadcast in 4K to a virtual audience that is global in its reach, and are posted on the conference and GBEF websites, and are available to speakers to repurpose. 

 

UNMATCHED OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT 

  • SIGNATURE RECEPTIONS at interesting venues encourage interaction.  There are no tedious sit-down lunches or dinners! 

  • Pre-and post-conference activities enable new and advanced existing professional relationships. 

  • Pre-conference reception (December) for GBEF members, registered attendees, and speakers allow interaction weeks before the EDGE23 opens its doors at CES. 

  • Access to CES with its innovation showcase covering a million square feet  

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About EDGE

The glue that binds the GBEF agenda, and distinguishes the organization from so many others, is its production of the government technology sector’s premier, most exclusive annual summit, EDGE.

 

With its 17-year record, EDGE enjoys recognition for its executive-level attendance, provocative content and mix of activities – all designed to enable discussions and relationships that make a difference in how technology is applied to government missions.