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Here are a few tips to help ensure your writing doesn’t come across as biased or offensive.
What does it mean to be “engaged” at work? Your agency’s leaders hope it means you come to work each day, committed to do your very best to help the organization advance its mission.
Let’s look at a few Plain Writing Act guidelines to consider as you produce your agency’s content. Your readers are counting on you.
Writing to provide clarity is crucial to a reader’s comprehension.
If you want your constituents to understand and trust what your organization tells them—you need an editorial style guide.
There is a powerful yet subtle way to increase the inclusivity of women and minorities in your daily work. Write about them. And do it fairly.
While most agencies and government offices focus their online communication efforts via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, there is an extremely valuable platform that these offices can take advantage of. It’s the four letter word…B-L-O-G.
Meet our 14th round of GovLoop Featured Bloggers!