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  • Returning Veterans 1: Ending Homelessness

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1.5 credits offered

    Free webinar is part of a four-part series on returning veterans.

    State and local governments are fighting a battle on the home front: How to reintegrate returning veterans into society. The numbers are staggering:

    • 48,000 vets will return from Afghanistan by the end of the year.
    • 100,000 troops and Marines will be downsized from the Army and Marine Corps within five years.
    • 2.5 million military men and women are already home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

    While the quantity of returning veterans will vary by community, many of their needs will be the same. These include finding new employment and career paths, access to medical care and mental health treatments, affordable family housing, and moving forward with post-secondary education. 

    ICMA, NACo, NCSL, NGA, and NLC invite you to join in a free webinar series that will help state and local governments learn about available opportunities, leading practices, and lessons learned from veteran reintegration programs thus far. 

    This is the first of four in a series. 

    Elisha Harig-Blaine

    Principal Housing Associate, National League of Cities

    Beth Sandor

    Director of Zero: 2016, Community Solutions

    Heather Pritchard

    Senior Manager of National Partnerships, The Home Depot Foundation

    Megan Owens

    Local Homeless Coordinating Board Policy Analyst

    Amanda Fried

    Deputy Director for Policy, Housing, Opportunity, Partnerships & Engagement; San Francisco, California

    Elizabeth Reining Buehler, AICP

    Homeless Services Coordinator, Salt Lake City, Utah

  • Effective Supervisory Practices 10 Sites

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Buy individual access for 10 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person.

    This package allows you to purchase access for 10 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person. You will receive e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to add your team to the system.

  • Effective Supervisory Practices 25 Sites

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Buy individual access for 25 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person.

    This package allows you to purchase access for 25 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person. You will receive e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to add your team to the system.

  • Effective Supervisory Practices 50 Sites

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Buy individual access for 50 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person.

    This package allows you to purchase access for 50 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person. You will receive e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to add your team to the system.

  • Effective Supervisory Practices 75 Sites

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Buy individual access for 75 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person.

    This package allows you to purchase access for 75 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person. You will receive e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to add your team to the system.

  • Effective Supervisory Practices 100 Sites

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Buy individual access for 100 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person.

    This package allows you to purchase access for 100 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person. You will receive e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to add your team to the system.

  • Effective Supervisory Practices 200 Sites

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Buy individual access for 200 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person.

    This package allows you to purchase access for 200 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person. You will receive e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to add your team to the system.

  • Effective Supervisory Practices 300 Sites

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Buy individual access for 300 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person.

    This package allows you to purchase access for 300 employees. Pricing listed is total amount for your office, not per person. You will receive e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to add your team to the system.

  • Free Webinar: Local Gov Data Part 4: Best Practices

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1.5 credits offered

    This is the fourth of four webinars designed to help local governments get a handle on the data they collect and manage.

    The final webinar in the series will cover examples of how governments are using their data to improve efficiencies and effectiveness. Jennifer Robinson, Kay Meyer, and Tara Holland will discuss open government and how it is supported by open source and open data.  They will cover several ways data can be analyzed and visualized, including: big data such as millions of meter readings, fast data such as the streaming data that helps a government maintain its assets, complex data that can be used to solve problems such as recidivism, unstructured data that is collected by law enforcement, and transparent data used to inform citizens.

    You and your staff will discuss the:

    • Value of open governance
    • Present use of open source by your organization
    • Opportunities and challenges with open data
    • Types of fast, big, complex, unstructured and transparent data used and produced by your organization
    • Importance of analyzing data to improve your organization’s effectiveness
    • The value of different visualizations for your staff and citizens


    This webinar is complimentary thanks to the sponsorship of an ICMA Strategic Partner who will have access to registration information.

    Tara Holland

    Canadian Federal Government Specialist, SAS

    Tara Holland currently leads the Canadian Federal Government Specialist team for SAS Canada, spearheading Public Sector efforts by providing data and analytic expertise and business guidance to Public Sector (Federal, Provincial, Public Safety and Healthcare) organizations across the country. With over 19 years supporting Predictive Analytic, Business Intelligence and Visualization solutions portfolio; her passion is in bridging the gap between Business and IT and enabling organizations to deliver on the value of SAS Business Analytics. Prior to joining SAS, Tara led the Data Mining team at Canada Revenue Agency and lived the real-life challenges faced by organizations wanting to be more data and analytics driven. She also held positions in IT management, application architecture and business analysis at CRA, Saskatchewan Economic Development and Statistics Canada.

    Kay Meyer

    Principal Industry Consultant, SAS

    Jennifer Robinson

    Director, Local Government Solutions, SAS

  • The Cloud: Using Information to Engage the Community

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1.5 credits offered

    This free on demand webinar will help you understand new opportunities for community engagement using cloud technology.

    We live in a time when citizens are looking for new ways to engage with their communities.  While most communities have made some inroads with digital communications, there are unprecedented opportunities to expand civic engagement beyond the town hall. Dennis Harward from TownCloud will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of various forms of digital communications and describe strategies and techniques for bringing your government to the citizens in the digital world where they live.

    This webinar will feature:

    • different examples of effective use of social media 
    • strategies for digital communications
    • new ways to engage your community

    This is a free webinar sponsored by an ICMA Strategic Partner who will have access to the registration contact information.

    Dennis Harward

    Founder, HTE

    Dennis Harward has been a visionary leader in the development of local government software for more than 30 years.  As founder of HTE, he led the company through the development of more than 50 successful applications for more than 1,000 customers.  At TownCloud, Dennis is currently creating a new generation of cloud-based apps that incorporate citizen engagement and transparency.  In addition to building successful government software, Dennis has also served on city council and on the Denver Regional Council of Governments.