Your Vote Counts! Cast your vote in the NAGW Board of Directors Election by August 10

It is time for NAGW members to vote in the NAGW Board of Directors election. NAGW members who hold full memberships can vote in the election. All members vote for an at-large candidate. Members in even-numbered regions vote for a candidate in their region. The three regions and one at-large position up for election are:

  • Lakes Region (2)
  • East Region (4)
  • West Region (6)
  • At-Large 1

Cast Your Vote (login required; click on candidate's name for more information)
NAGW Region Map

Associate members are not eligible to vote per the NAGW Bylaws.

Results will be announced after the election and elected board members will be introduced at the 2018 NAGW National Conference in Pittsburgh, PA.

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Season's Greetings!

Season's Greetings from NAGW!

The end of the year is a time to express gratitude and reflect on achievements. NAGW is thankful for the continued support of our members, sponsors, staff and volunteers. We realize that not everyone on our mailing list is a member but we also want to thank you for your continued interest in the organization and to ask for your help in spreading the word about NAGW.

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Announcing the CGDSP Certification

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NAGW is excited to announce the Certified Government Digital Services Professional (CGDSP) certification! The deadline to register is August 31, 2017. 

​The position and responsibilities for today’s web manager has transformed from serving as technical resource to becoming a professional digital communications manager. Managing a government’s web service delivery has become more complex as expectations increase and many new—and more sophisticated—users, whether residents or other departments, are utilizing your organization’s web services.

As a web professional you face many challenges:

  • Keeping abreast of compliance rules
  • Staying on top of the latest technology platforms
  • Meeting the needs of internal customers
  • Responding to the public’s demand for more services

In light of all these challenges, there is a growing demand for practical and leadership-oriented professional development certification aimed at recognizing the web professional in this fast-evolving field: Delivering digital services through new methods and platforms. Having a certification program designed specifically to fit the needs of today’s busy web and digital services professional is highly desirable to demonstrate your competencies and skills required in today’s competitive environment.

Recognizing this need, the National Association of Government Web Professionals (NAGW) has partnered with the Public Technology Institute (PTI) and the Rutgers University Center for Government Services to offer a nine-month certificate program: The Certified Government Digital Services Professional (CGDSP). This program is about leadership in the field of digital services delivery. It is not designed to be a technical.

More information about CGDSP >>

Register Now >>

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2017 Board of Director Nominations Accepted Through July 21

Nominations are being accepted from candidates who are interested in serving on the NAGW Board of Directors. Board members in four NAGW regions and one at-large position will be up for election later this summer. Being on the nine-member board is highly rewarding and will give you a strong voice in guiding the direction of our exciting organization.

All of the following steps must be completed and submitted by Friday, July 21, 2017, 5:00 p.m. Central Time. Incomplete submissions will not be accepted. NAGW members will vote online between July 31 and August 18. Winners are asked to attend the NAGW conference in San Diego, CA in September to get acquainted with current and new board members. Check out the NAGW Board of Directors brochure for more information regarding expectations.

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Accomplishments and Gratitude 2016

Happy Holidays from NAGW!

The end of the calendar year is a time of acknowledgement, reflection, and planning. We'd like to take this time to highlight some of our accomplishments and express our gratitude. First and foremost, NAGW is thankful for the continued support of our members, sponsors, staff and volunteers. Thank you for your commitment to NAGW over the years! 

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2016 - 2017 NAGW Board of Directors

Elections were held this summer, and the results were officially announced at the members meeting at the NAGW conference. NAGW is happy to announce the board of directors for 2016 - 2017:

  • Midwest Region: Jason Huber
  • Lakes Region: Debbie Deacy
  • Northeast Region: Katya Wowk
  • East Region: Barbara Belli
  • South Region: Alicia Brown
  • West Region: Frankie Rios
  • Mountain Region: Paulette Neal-Allen
  • At Large 1: Leslie Labrecque
  • At Large 2: Jay Eason

The board will be electing executive officers during the first meeting of this board year which starts in November. For questions about elections please contact the board secretary at secretary@nagw.org.

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2012 Board of Directors election results announced

The results of NAGW’s 2012 Board of Directors elections were announced at the annual members meeting, held Thursday, September 15 during NAGW’s 2011 National Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Seats for NAGW’s five odd-numbered regions were up for election this year, as well as Region 6, Gulf, due to a mid-term vacancy last year.

The election results are as follows:

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NAGW response to Federal Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding accessibility

The National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW.org) submitted a response to the USDOJ Advanced Notice of Proposed Rule Making, CRT Docket No. 110, (Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability; Accessibility of Web Information and Services of State and Local Government Entities and Public Accommodations) on January 24, 2011.

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