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Mike Pina: Why I Taught at the 2017 NAGC Communications School

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MDOT Wins National PR Award

Congratulations to NAGC Members, Mississippi Department of Transportation!
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NAGC — Who We Are

The National Association of Government Communicators is a unique organization because it embraces all levels of government communications and all categories of communication professions. 

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Call for Speakers — 2018 Communications School

Our call for speakers is closed for this year’s Communication School in St. Louis. However, if you are interested in speaking at the 2018 Communication School, let us know and we will notify you when we put out our Call for Speakers for 2018.   We will announce the...

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NAGC Encore!

NAGC Encore!: Friday, October 6, 2017, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern

Uprising: A City Divided

Speaker: Mark Basnight, Senior Public Affairs Training Specialist, Argonne National Laboratory, Public Affairs Academy

In the wake of an officer involved shooting, the city of Charlotte (N.C.) was thrust into the national spotlight after the unexpected and unanticipated uprise of civil unrest. The dramatic events of Sept. 20 – 24 left one dead, several injured, hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage, and a city divided until the release of information exposing the facts and truth of the police investigation were reluctantly released. Mark will tell us the lessons learned from this extraordinary situation that might be critical to other government communicators in the future.



NAGC Webinar: October 18, 2017

E-mailing Customers and Colleagues: What Internal Communicators Can Learn from the Contact Center World

So much e-mail, so little time. You need to get critical agency information into the hands of your colleagues, but their inboxes are inundated. When your messages arrive, they’re rarely opened, let alone read.
What if you took a different approach to your writing? Could you craft messages that will be opened, read, and (hallelujah!) responded to? Yes! By using lessons learned from contact centers, where customer service representatives deal with questions and complaints by using effective subject lines, empathy, integrated online resources, and templates that don’t sound like form letters.


Map our Members!

Based on member requests, NAGC has added a Map to the Members Only section of our website.

To find members located near you, sign into the site and click on Members by State to see the map. Using your mouse,
1. Click on your state and click to see a list of NAGC members in your state.
2. By clicking on Complete Contact Info, a page displays with a business card for each person.
3. Click on the card to see individual contact information.