Posts Tagged: awards

Top Awards for Women in Government

With the Emmy’s this past Sunday, Hollywood’s award season is underway. And in great news, more women and minorities took home the gold than ever before. But, what about Washington’s award season? How do we get more women and minorities recognized for their contributions to government? The answer is simple. Nominate them! The first step,… Read more »

The Top Awards for Women in Government

As you’ve probably heard, this week is Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW). It’s a week dedicated to recognizing government workers who go above and beyond to serve their city, state, or country. Of course, PSRW is definitely a week worth celebrating (if you aren’t yet, start by sending our free e-card). However, I don’t think one week is enough… Read more »

Congratulations to GovDelivery Europe Clients on Their Digital Leaders 100 Awards

At GovDelivery, our main goal is to help you do your work as government communicators better, and we’re consistently impressed at just how good that work turns out to be. We’re always incredibly proud our clients, so when one is officially recognised with an award nomination by an outside organisation we can’t help but contribute… Read more »

Public Service Communications Excellence Awards: Congratulations to GovDelivery Clients!

A company is only as good as the work of its clients, and we couldn’t be more impressed with the amazing work our GovDelivery clients have done over the past year. Public sector organisations are harnessing the power of digital communications and using it to engage their stakeholders in innovative, highly effective ways like never… Read more »

Deadline Extended for Innovations in American Government Awards!

Do you have a creative and effective government program or initiative, or know of one that deserves recognition? If so, you now have an extra week to submit an application for the Innovations in American Government Award. Administered by the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School, the Award is given to programs that serve as… Read more »