Due to the government shutdown, we’ve decided to move our annual Federal Digital Communications Event to Monday, December 9. With continued uncertainty as to when federal employees will be coming back to work, we thought it would be best to move the event back so everyone could attend.
More than 650 federal employees had already registered by the time the government shutdown, and we hope that many of you will be able to make the rescheduled date.
The event location and program remain fundamentally unchanged: our keynote speaker, bestselling author Paul Smith, has confirmed that he will be available to share his expertise around storytelling to engage stakeholders. Check out our event page for more information: http://govdelivery-power-of-the-message-social.eventbrite.com.
If you had registered for the event, you will be receiving an email noting the new date. But we also know that many registrants are likely furloughed and unable to check their work email. Don’t worry – once the shutdown ends, we’ll send another email about the rescheduled event.
Some quick FAQs:
Will I have to reregister for the Federal Digital Communications Event?
No. We will ask you to confirm your attendance via email.
Will the schedule change?
Since the event is now going to be held on a Monday, we’ve pushed back the registration opening time to 8 am so you do not have to get up extra early after the weekend. The program will still have great speakers and allow for ample networking – and you’ll be out before Noon.
Where will the event be held?
We’ll still be at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C.
Need more info?
We’re here to answer your questions! Email us at [email protected].