Your New Branding Questions Answered

We are excited to showcase a new brand at Granicus that reflects our new combined company with our partners at GovDelivery. As one Granicus, we look forward to continue providing industry-leading solutions to help your organization turn your missions into quantifiable realities. Watch this video that tells our story. To help you during the transition,… Read more »

What You Need to Know about the 2017 Public Sector Digital Communication Trends Report

Public sector digital communications strategies are evolving to help governments better connect with citizens and drive their content. While we have more tools to facilitate this today than ever before, there is still room to share and learn best practices for digital communication. That’s why the 2017 Public Sector Digital Communications Trends Report was created… Read more »

What to Do When You Can’t Communicate

As communicators, our success is often measured by our ability to, well, communicate. We ask ourselves: Are we using the right messaging? Is our timing right? Are these channels the most effective? But what do we do in times when we can’t communicate – at all? This week, some federal agencies were ordered to halt their… Read more »

How Effective Communications Helped Sacramento Get $9 Million in Donated Services

Mary Lynn Perry is the City of Sacramento’s Volunteer Coordinator and submitted this blog as a part of GovDelivery’s guest blogger series. The City of Sacramento has many ways for citizens to participate in improving communities – from park clean ups, fairs and festivals, to ongoing opportunities like being a guide in a museum or… Read more »

Ensuring a Smooth Digital Transition

This post was originally published on the Carahsoft Community Blog.  This year, our nation is anticipating one of the biggest takeovers in our history. As the White House changes leadership, public sector agencies will feel the impact as over 4,000 new leaders are appointed and new initiatives are introduced. In the midst of the many changes, we… Read more »