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Introductions from people on the call
Public Sector SIG White
Sean O’Kelly shares the advances of our White Paper group: a concise functional view of Public Sector, a wide panorama of opportunities, and four use cases of relevant integration of ID, Compliance and Governance.
Local Authorities and local working groups
Alfonso opening up the floor to ideas and discussions on how local stakeholders engage everyday to solve public issues and there are relevant opportunities to help them with Hyperledger. How do you think we should go about engaging them? On our side there are 170+ Hyperledger Meetups around the world...Let’s start a reflexion.
Marta on the group presenting something on the inspiring work that the WhitePaper group has done a the Hyperledger Global Forum, in March in Arizona. Deadline for submissions of abstracts are coming up
As always, all members are encouraged to be on the look out for interesting ideas, projects and speakers for these meetings. 8We are currently seeking presenters for the fall. Please email with your ideas and suggestions.
Welcome and Introductions: