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ASPA/NIGP Webinar: Smart Cities and Public Procurement

In Partnership with NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement
February 27 | 1 p.m. ET

NIGP and ASPA are collaborating again on another great procurement topic: smart cities and public procurement. A panel of speakers will talk about what "smart cities" are and how public procurement professionals work within those cities. Panelists will talk through those who are working with the demand for "smart" solutions that are innovative and flexible as well as how communities are making long-term decisions while working with current trends and demand.

Presenter:
Tony Batalla, IT Manager, City of San Leandro
Al Brown, President and CEO, SmartWave Technologies
Hal Good, Procurement Adviser and Curator @ProcurementPros




A Nation of Immigrants: Exploring the Trends, Players and Impacts of Immigration Enforcement Policies

In Partnership with the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University
Feb. 28 | 2 p.m. ET

The United States has historically been called a nation of immigrants—a “melting pot” in which people of different cultures, backgrounds and beliefs can come together. Recently, however, the topic of immigration has become more contentious. As policymakers debate how to address issues such as ongoing refugee crises, immigrants at the southern border and DREAMers, the futures of those impacted by these policies are uncertain. Through this webinar we will explore the trends, players and impacts of immigrant enforcement policies, and will discuss the impacts these policies may have.

This webinar will feature immigration experts from Virginia Commonwealth University’s L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs, including Grant Rissler, Ph.D., Brittany Keegan, Ph.D., Salta Liebert, Ph.D., and Mona Siddiqui, J.D., doctoral candidate.