Date: Oct 14, 2014
Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Grand Hyatt Washington | Washington, DC
Expert Panel: The Landscape of Digital Comms, Outreach & Stakeholder Engagement in Federal Gov
GovLoop Training: Does Government Need an Exit Strategy for Facebook?
Best Practices in Stakeholder Engagement for Federal Government
Digital Communications for Public Safety & Crime Prevention at Stearns County Sherriff’s Office
Check out our event schedule and find out where we'll be next. We love talking to government employees, so if we're in your neighborhood, please find us and say hi.
Or stay right at your desk and catch one of our webinars to see what GovDelivery and our clients are saying about the latest trends in integrated digital communications, from email to social media and more.
Be a part of the largest gathering of Federal communications professionals in the country at this year’s 8th Annual Federal Communications Summit. You’ll connect with hundreds of your colleagues, learn from the brightest pioneering minds in big data, and leave with real-world data strategies your agency can start using today to make a difference.
What new technology trends, communications best practices, stakeholder engagement strategies, and more are your peers in federal government implementing? There’s never been a better time to find out. Check out the expert panel session with government communicators from the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (ChooseMyPlate.gov) and Corporation for National and Community Service (NationalService.gov) as they discuss what’s working and what’s next in their communication efforts.
Has your government organization's Facebook interaction been declining? Is your department seeing measurable results from your social media efforts? Watch this online training to hear from an expert panel of social media and digital gurus across government as they discuss the changing trends in digital communications, and what their organizations did to bolster connections with stakeholders when social media wasn't cutting it.
Are you looking for new strategies and tactics to better engage stakeholders at your federal agency? Could your department benefit from connecting with more people, getting them to take online or offline actions, and measuring and tracking communication efforts? Watch this webinar for strategies and in-depth case studies on how every federal department, including agencies like the Department of the Interior, Small Business Administration and many others are doing this. GovDelivery’s marketing and engagement specialists present best practices and case studies to help make your job easier and improve how your communications team contributes to stakeholder engagement at your organization.
Digital technology is changing the way public sector organizations do business. In 2012, the Sheriff of Stearns County, Minn. recognized this changing digital landscape in law enforcement. With a growing population of residents who communicate online, the Sherriff’s Office saw an opportunity to use digital communications to engage and empower them to help prevent crime, promote public safety and protect their quality of life, things the Sheriff’s office strives to do every day. Hear how the Sheriff’s Office and Information Services partnered with GovDelivery to develop and implement a strategy that leveraged its existing communications platform to reach these goals and achieve better community engagement online.
With a population of more than 700,000 residents, Nottinghamshire County Council needed to support new branding efforts and increase its outreach to drive avoidable contact and channel shift initiatives. You will hear how their journey began with rebranding and focusing their marketing activity and progressed to integrating digital, including how they implemented and grew reach with a robust cloud-based platform for their 'emailme' email marketing and alerts. Watch this webinar to hear Martin Done, Service Director Communications and Marketing and Sarah Lay, Senior Digital Officer cover the Council's brand journey and talk about how digital will extend the brand online, help connect with more people, raise customer satisfaction and increase cost savings.