Early Registration Open for 2017 NAGW Pinnacle Awards

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The National Association of Government Web Professionals is excited to announce that early registration for the 2017 NAGW Pinnacle Awards sponsored by Siteimprove is now open.

Submit your entry by May 7 to take advantage of the early entry fee >>

The NAGW Pinnacle Awards recognize the best in city, county, state and federal government websites as well as achievements in microsite and special site features. Winners will be announced at the 2017 NAGW National Conference Awards Banquet in San Diego, California on Thursday, September 21.

Early registration is open now through Sunday, May 7. The cost for each entry is:

  • $75 for members (regularly $125)
  • $175 for non-members 

If you are not a member and would like to take advantage of the member early registration rate, join NAGW today.

Enter today and your website could be announced as one of the finalists for the 2017 NAGW Pinnacle Awards!

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#NAGW2017 Registration Now Open

NAGW conference and preconference registration are now available and early bird registration rates are in effect. The early bird registration window is large this year and NAGW will not be extending. Please register by July 14 to receive the early bird registration rate. 

NAGW Members

Prices on the registration forms are listed at the non-member rate. Active members will have the member discount automatically applied provided they are logged into the website. If you need to verify your membership, cannot login or need your password reset contact memberservices@nagw.org.

Non-Members

NAGW memberships are only $125/year and with a conference registration savings of $200 and 50% off preconference sessions the membership pays for itself. Join today so you can immediately enjoy all of the benefits that membership has to offer. Verify eligibility and join NAGW >>

We look forward to seeing you in sunny San Diego!

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Keynotes for 2017 Conference Announced

The National Association of Government Web Professionals (NAGW) is pleased to announce an exciting lineup of keynote speakers for the organization’s 2017 National Conference to be held September 20-22 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine​ in San Diego, California. 

"Every year our speakers committee works hard to find keynote speakers who will not only appeal to a wide audience but will also deliver thought provoking, engaging and informative presentations. This work starts almost immediately following the conference. I am excited by the wide range of keynote presenters who will be speaking this year as they each offer a different perspective about the work we do as government web professionals." said NAGW President, Leslie Labrecque.

Peter Kageyama​

Peter Kageyama

Peter Kageyama is the author of For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places and the follow up, Love Where You Live: Creating Emotionally Engaging Places.

Planetizen recognized For the Love of Cities as a Top 10 Book in 2012 in urban planning, design and development.  He is the former President of Creative Tampa Bay, a grassroots community change organization and the co-founder of the Creative Cities Summit, an interdisciplinary conference that brings citizens and practitioners together around the big idea of ‘the city.’

Peter is a Senior Fellow with the Alliance for Innovation, a national network of city leaders that is dedicated to improving the practice of local government. Since speaking to them in 2013, Peter has become a special advisor to America In Bloom.  He is an internationally sought-after community development consultant and grassroots engagement strategist who speaks all over the world about bottom-up community development and the amazing people who are making change happen.

Dana Chisnell

Dana Chisnell

Dana Chisnell brings deep experience in civic design, starting with research at NIST into the use of language in instructions on ballots (with Ginny Redish), and work on standards and testing for poll worker documentation for the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (VVSG). She is also an expert in plain language and usability for older adults, including ground-breaking work at AARP that was the basis for several requirements in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

She is a visiting scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a consultant for the United States Digital Service, doing user research and civic design across agencies.

As the editor of the Field Guides, she has taught thousands of election officials how to improve ballots, web sites and other election materials to ensure voter intent. She worked on the Anywhere Ballot, a ballot marking interface tested for accessibility by people with cognitive disabilities and low literacy.

Marc Pfeiffer

Marc Pfeiffer

Marc H. Pfeiffer retired in 2012 from a 37-year career in New Jersey local government administration, having served as a municipal administrator in several municipalities, and 26 years of service in the State’s local government oversight agency, the Division of Local Government Services.  At DLGS he served as Deputy Director for 14 years, and periodically as Acting Director.

Marc has broad experience in many areas of local government policy and administration, including specific expertise in areas such as finance and property taxation, public procurement, shared services and consolidation, technology, energy, labor relations, and general government administration. He also has deep experience in the legislative process and as a regulatory officer.  He is currently engaged in research concerning the use of technology in local government.

In addition to participating in Bloustein Local, Marc makes his extensive government experience available as a guest lecturer and other collaborative efforts.  He is also assisting the Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration with the State’s Certified Public Manager Program in curriculum development and instruction.

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Call for Speakers Closed

Thank you for your interest in the 2017 NAGW call for speakers! We are no longer accepting speaking proposals. The board is busy reviewing submitted proposals and plan to notify submitters in the coming weeks. If you didn't get around to submitting a proposal but have a great idea to share with our audience you can contact benefits@nagw.org to propose a webinar topic.

Thanks again for your interest and we hope to see you at #NAGW2017!

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Make Your Plans to Attend #NAGW2017

NAGW 2017 Conference in San Diego, CA

Who Should Attend? 

The NAGW National Conference focuses on the professional development of government web professionals from all levels of government. Our diverse topics cater to both technical and non-technical audiences including webmasters, programmers, PIOs, designers, managers and CIOs. 

Outstanding Value 

The conference fee includes: 

  • Three keynote presentations 
  • 28 session topic choices 
  • Networking with peers and presenters 
  • Online conference materials 
  • Select post-conference session videos 
  • Majority of meals: 
    • Opening Reception Tues evening 
    • Breakfast Wed / Thurs / Fri 
    • Lunch Wed / Thurs 
    • Snacks Wed / Thurs 
    • Pinnacle Awards Dinner / Thurs 
  • NAGW Nightime Networking (n3
  • Direct contact with sponsors 

View the 2017 Executive Summary >>

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