Angelica Quirarte

Assistant Secretary for Digital Engagement, California Government Operations Agency

Product Owner of +, Office of Digital Innovation

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Angelica Quirarte, also known as Angie, is the Assistant Secretary for Digital Engagement at the CA Government Operations Agency and product owner of In her role she develops and implements state-level governance structures and policies for digital innovation including web standards, web accessibility, open data, and open source. She was a member of the California GovOps DMV Strike Team that Governor Newsom announced in January 2019 where she led the coordination of the strike teams’ deliverables to help transform DMV service delivery; and champions initiatives such as Code California and the state’s open data program. Most recently she led the team that created Californian’s response website to COVID19-

To support the platform of change, she founded NxtGov, a network of government change-agents looking to bring pride back into public service and bridge the silos to help us collaborate, serve, and inspire the next generations of public servants. Angie was born in Guadalajara, Mexico and migrated to the Bay Area with her parents and two younger brothers when she was 10 years old. She has a BA in History of Public Policy from UC Santa Barbara and loves to dance and spicy food.


Expo : Prestation numérique dans l’ère de la COVID

06/11/2020 15.00 - 16.00

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Lumière sur comment le secteur public a répondu à l’appel de la prestation de produits centrés sur l’utilisateur qui répondent aux besoins uniques et imprévisibles des gens lors d’une pandémie mondiale, misant sur des composantes, pratiques et processus communs. Connectez avec les gens derrière les rideaux des outils numériques et de données les plus visibles qui ont été lancés... voir plus

Digital Standards as a Service

09/11/2020 13.30 - 15.00

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Digital standards have set a new bar for what good looks like for digital government. They have openly codified best practice, encouraged new ways of working, and challenged bad behaviour. In many countries, standards have started to become part of the public service fabric, shaping incentives in ways that weren’t always predicted.

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