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Ask Dcode's Government Experts Anything
Ask us anything! Government leaders come to Dcode's GovHub to ask about tech innovation, connect with other federal leaders, engage with emerging tech companies, learn from venture capital, and more.

Our experts Riya Patel and Nate Ashton are going to try and answer as many questions as possible from registrations and from the live audience. These two have seen it all at the intersection of emerging tech and the U.S. government and will be able to handle rapid-fire Q&A.

So, what questions do you want to ask to help your government innovation efforts? Put them in the Questions & Comments section of your registration or in the chat during the live, virtual session!

Don't miss this opportunity to ask us anything about how tech can help improve mission outcomes. Plus, receive an exclusive copy of our report on innovating with end-of-year funds when you register.

To learn more about Dcode's new GovHub, check out: dcode.co/gov

Sep 24, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Riya Patel
Manager, GovHub @Dcode
Riya is dedicated to improving the jobs of service members and civilians through the implementation of emerging technology solutions and innovative culture. Before joining the GovHub team at Dcode, Riya worked at the Defense Innovation Board, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, and the Intelligence Community. She earned her degree from Tufts University in international security and Russian language.
Nate Ashton
Managing Director @Dcode
Nate has led Dcode's accelerator for years, connecting emerging technologies, the U.S. government, and industry stakeholders across areas like artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, space tech, and more. Previously as the Associate Director for National Security and Foreign Policy in the White House Presidential Personnel Office, Nate worked across government to form executive and policymaking teams at a variety of agencies.