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NAGC

The National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) is a national not-for-profit professional network of federal, state and local government employees who disseminate information within and outside government. Its members are editors, writers, graphic artists, video professionals, broadcasters, photographers, information specialists and agency spokespersons. The principal purpose of NAGC is the advancement of communications as an essential professional resource at every level of national, state and local government.

For more information, please go to: http://www.nagc.com.

 

Social Media Club is a community for people who are personally passionate or professionally inclined towards an interest in blogs, wikis, tagging, podcasts, consumer generated content, online video and the social networks that connect global neighborhoods. The Club hosts conversations that explore key issues facing our society as technologies transform the way we connect, communicate, collaborate and relate to each other. Social Media Club’s primary mission is to promote media literacy, promote standard technologies, encourage ethical behavior and share best practices across the community.

The Club's membership includes communications professionals, large corporations, media companies, small businesses, independent consultants, creative artists, citizen journalists, non-profit organizations, technology companies, writers, developers, entrepreneurs and a diverse array of everyday people. We are active in over 60 cities around the world and expanding globally, bringing together people from diverse background for conversations that matter.

For more information, please go to http://www.socialmediaclub.org.

 

FCN

The Federal Communicators Network (FCN) formed in 1996 as a national organization for Federal communicators to help bring reinvention information to front-line Federal workers and "create an environment for reinvention to flourish."

FCN has more than 600 members, 75% of which are from Federal agencies, offices, and military establishments in Washington DC, across the country and around the world. The remaining 25% are from the legislative and judicial branches; interagency, international, nonprofit, and private groups; state and local organizations, and Federal unions. With this range of talent, expertise, and circulation, the FCN is a powerful agent for communicating the message of better government.

Membership to FCN is open to all Federal employees willing and able to promote better government that costs less and delivers results Americans care about. In addition, non-government persons engaged in communication or public relations whose professional activities enhance, further, or support the objectives of the FCN, are also welcome to join.

For more information, contact Jeff Brooke at jbrooke@gpo.gov.

 

Oh My Gov logoOhMyGov! wants better government -- a more creative, more efficient, smarter government! So we set out to do the unthinkable: build a news and information site about government that was both interesting and fun to read. We offer an entertaining mix of "good gov" stories about public sector innovations and advances (yep, imagine that!) and comforting "bad gov" tales of government embarrassments and outrages. In short, we cover anything that makes you say OhMyGov!

OhMyGov! was founded by 3 guys looking to make a difference — an experienced federal executive, a motivated government contractor and writer, and a best-selling investigative journalist.  For more information, go to: http://ohmygov.com/

 

Gov LoopGovLoop.com is the social network developed by and for the government community. As featured in the Washington Post and Federal Times, the site is the true "Facebook for Government" and currently currently connects nearly 50,000 federal, state, and local government employees.

For more information, please go to www.govloop.com.

 

 

The Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (CEPL) at The George Washington University offers cutting-edge leadership and management programs for managers in the public sector. The Center brings more than 20 years experience to its work with federal managers, including standardized training that prepares federal leaders for senior executive positions, and customized training to address specific training needs for a variety of managerial and supervisory levels.

Programs offered during 2011 include the Senior Leader Program, Advanced Leadership Workshop, Emerging Leaders Workshop, and Step Up to the Microphone with Confidence.

For more information, visit http://www.leadership-programs.org/.

 

brandchannelBrandchannel is dedicated to providing the world’s leading online exchange about branding. Provoking the dialogue on brands, their free resources include original articles, a continuous news blog and weekly debates, industry expert white papers and global listings of jobs, agencies, and conferences for branding professionals. Join a community of practitioners, thought leaders, and brand enthusiasts from over 120 countries and visit http://www.brandchannel.com/home/ to expand your view.

brandchannel. always branding. always on.

 

gov2.0radioGov 2.0 Radio is where government and technology reformers come to talk. Their live weekly podcast captures the thoughts of public and private sector leaders using Web 2.0 to make government more effective, collaborative and transparent. Guests have included O’Reilly Media founder Tim O’Reilly, Craiglist founder Craig Newmark, three-term California Assemblywoman Sally Lieber, EPA Web manager Jeffrey Levy, author William D. Eggers, and technologists, consultants, entrepreneurs, and civil servants from around the world.

For more information, please go to: http://gov20radio.com/.

 

CEPLFederal Buyers Guide Inc. (FBG) has provided media in support of the Business-to-Government community for over 30 years and has been dedicated to connecting business with public-sector purchasing decision makers worldwide.
 
Their flagship publication, a printed buyer’s guide containing company contact information and a description of products and services, is distributed to over 10,000 purchasing agents at major Federal Government facilities on a quarterly basis, and produce over 250 online buying guides across a variety of industries and regions around the globe, for the purpose of simplicity, convenience, and value in an organized publication that is readily accessible.
 
To learn more about FBG, please visit: http://www.govsupplier.com/index.php?page=pub.

 

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