Syracuse University Releases New Report of Interest to Government Communicators
(June 9, 2014) Syracuse University has published "A Manager’s Guide to Assessing the Impact of Government Social Media Interactions," a report that aims to help managers understand the tools that agencies are using to determine if their social media efforts are advancing their strategic goals.
NAGC HQ Hosts Delegation from
Featuring Presentation by NAGC President-Elect
On Jan. 15, 2014, NAGC Headquarters hosted a delegation from Guandong Department Establishment Office in China. This delegation, composed primarily of government employees, is in the United States to complete a training program about U.S. government and public administration. They were invited to NAGC to learn more about government-media relations, including topics such as U.S. government media communication strategy and legislation about the disclosure of government information.
NAGC President-Elect John Verrico provided the delegation with a general overview of what U.S. government communicators do, explaining how they interact with the public and the media and how they use social media. He also presented an overview about NAGC, described its Communications School and Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards Competition, and explained the social media outlets used by NAGC (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and blogging).
The group expressed a lot of interest in how a nonprofit organizations gets recognized by the U.S. government. This visit was supposed by NAGC Headquarters staff, including Michelle Savoie, CMP, NAGC Associate Director, and Sherry Meyers, NAGC Exhibit/Sponsor Coordinator.