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Government Web and New Media Conference

The annual Government Web and New Media Conference is the premier networking and educational event of the year for web content managers, web writers and editors, and government employees who contribute content to government websites.

Hear from industry thought leaders on the latest trends and tools, learn about innovations throughout government, and connect with colleagues from across the country.

The conference is open to U.S. government employees and government contractors with a .gov email address. The event happens every Spring.

Government Contact Center Conference

The annual Government Contact Center Conference is an educational and networking event for contact center leaders to interact and discuss contact center operations and management practices.

Industry thought leaders share the latest trends and tools. Learn how to improve performance, effectiveness, and government relationships with customers and stakeholders.

The conference, sponsored by the Government Contact Center Council (G3C), is open to U.S. government employees. The event happens in the Fall.

Challenges and Prizes Conference and Workshop

A networking and educational event for government employees interested in learning more about using challenges and prizes to solve problems at federal agencies. Your federal government peers share their successes with using challenges and prizes to solve government problems.

Federal #SocialGov Summits

These in-person seminars provide an opportunity for federal government social media professionals to share best practices, identify and develop shared solutions, discuss emerging trends, and advance federal initiatives involving social media.

Any federal government employee whose work involves social media is welcome to register.  Individual offices are encouraged to register no more than two participants.

 

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