Energy. Passion. Inspiration. Empowerment.

In a world full of change and uncertainty, 700 public servants come together, meeting in the nation’s capital, to fight bureaucracy and red tape. They are the Next Generation of Government.

Since 2010, the NextGen Training Summit has helped over 4,500 government employees take their careers to the next level with inspirational speakers and tactical sessions on how to be a change leader.

This year’s summit is taking place July 27-28 and tickets are on sale now!

It’s hard to explain NextGen to someone who’s never been. But I think our alumni do the best job of explaining why it’s a one-of-a-kind experience (and unlike any government conference you’ve been to before).

“It was a great and inspirational experience. Such a great opportunity to strengthen our skills while networking with people from other agencies. I loved the keynote speakers in particular Sue Gordon’s speech.”
— Employee, Social Security Administration

“I don’t have the words to express my enormous gratitude to all of you for making my first summit and empowering experience. Si Se Puede. Together we can be the change we want to see in this world.”
— Employee, Department of Homeland Security

“My department sent 8 staff members to NextGen this year. Across the board, they reported that they felt the summit was really well done. They are all at very different stages in their federal careers (some on the job less than a year, others on the job for over 8 years), so it is particularly notable that each of them found sessions that were useful and appropriate for their specific interests and needs.”

You will need to go through your organization’s approval process, but if you are interested in attending NextGen this year – make sure to lock in the super early bird rate: http://direct.govloop.com/2017-nextgen-super-early-bird

This will give you more time to secure your seat where you’ll meet energized, passionate, inspired and empowered public servants who are changing the world.

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