Vienna, VA (PRWEB) April 11, 2011
GovEvents.com, the web portal for all government-related events, announced its poll results asking the government community: What are the most important government events of 2011? Over 7500 registered site users -- including government employees, contractors, vendors and event organizers -- were asked to cast their votes to ultimately create the Top Five Most Important Government Events of 2011:
“These conferences have diverse audience sets in terms of seniority and job function, but the common themes that run through all of them is the focus on acquisition and program management as well as IT security,” commented Kerry Rea president, GovEvents.com. “This focus speaks to the key challenges in our government today, areas where people are looking for opportunities to collaborate on solutions. In-person conferences are ideal venues for that.”
The poll was promoted through social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn) and on the GovEvents website. Poll choices included a list of eleven widely-attended events and included a write-in option to allow other events to be voted on by the government community. The polling system allowed one vote per person to ensure integrity of results.
GovEvents is the premiere online resource for government events and was created as a service to the government community. Now, government users, vendors, and event producers can go to one place on the web to find all government-related events. GovEvents.com provides in-depth information on hundreds of events, from major industry tradeshows, to government conferences, to agency-sponsored roundtables, and webcasts. Access to GovEvents is free of charge for all government users, event organizers and vendors/exhibitors.