Participate Tomorrow in Online Public-Sector Prizes Event

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Participate Tomorrow in Online Public-Sector Prizes Event

Summary: 
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Case Foundation, and the Joyce Foundation invite you to virtually attend tomorrow’s Collaborative Innovation: Public Sector Prizes event. Public- and private-sector innovators will share noteworthy examples to help inspire the creation of additional high-impact incentive prizes, challenges, and other open-innovation initiatives in the public sector.

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Case Foundation, and the Joyce Foundation invite you to virtually attend tomorrow’s Collaborative Innovation: Public Sector Prizes event. Public- and private-sector innovators will share noteworthy examples to help inspire the creation of additional high-impact incentive prizes, challenges, and other open innovation-initiatives in the public sector.

A recent Office of Science and Technology Policy report to Congress highlighted the innovation and impact created to date through public-sector incentive prizes, and we will learn what’s next for public-sector prizes at tomorrow’s event.

Learn more and sign up to watch the live stream tomorrow, Tuesday, June 12th from 12-2pm ET.

Presenters include Todd Park, U.S. Chief Technology Officer, several public- and private-sector prize administrators, and Karim Lakhani of Harvard Business School.

You can also participate in the conversation during the event using #PublicPrizes on Twitter.

Cristin Dorgelo is Assistant Director for Grand Challenges in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.