The National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW) call for speakers deadline is fast approaching for presenting at the 2010 NAGW National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, September 22-24. NAGW is seeking presenters who are willing to share knowledge and ideas and present on new technologies and trends that will allow attendees to return to their offices with fresh ideas and contacts. The deadline for submitting proposals online is March 1, 2010.
The focus of the NAGW National Conference is to bring together local government webmasters who share similar goals and issues. The conference is open to any web professional who is looking to enhance their skills.
If you have a relevant topic that you believe will benefit our conference attendees, please submit your proposal to present at NAGW's 2010 National Conference. Regular conference presentations are 90 minutes which includes a 10-minute question-and-answer period. Pre-conference (hands-on) sessions, held on September 21, will be four (4) hours long with both morning and afternoon slots available.
What You Get In Return
Selected speakers for regular sessions (Sept. 22-24) will receive up to a 50% discount on general conference registration. General conference registration fees will be waived for selected pre-conference speakers. All speakers will receive a NAGW speaker shirt. The deadline date for submitting your online proposal is March 1, 2010.
Join local government web professionals from around the nation and participate in the only national conference for government webmasters by government webmasters.
-- The Speakers Committee for the NAGW 2010 National Conference
The National Association of Government Webmasters Inc is a non-profit association of local government webmasters focused specifically on the interests and concerns of local government webmasters. The organization provides a way for these webmasters to share knowledge, ideas and resources, and a way to meet and network with others who have similar positions.
NAGW's mission is primarily to serve its membership through the coordination of national conferences, enabling the networking of association members, and sharing other professional resources and information. The result is improved capacity to provide value across the web to local communities.