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Government needs a communications plan in order to attract people to its programs

Developing a Communications Plan with the Right Digital Tools

[Note: This is a cross-post from our sister organization, GovLoop. The original article can also be viewed on their site.] The common goal of most government programs is citizen participation. A new portal or website is an innovative way to deliver a better customer experience and drive efficiency and savings for your organization. However, agencies… Get more from Reach the Public »

GDPR is coming to Europe. Here's how it'll impact you in the United States

What You Need to Know—and What Granicus is Doing—About GDPR

GDPR goes into effect on May 25. Do you know what it is? If you're in the U.S., maybe not. But this policy is already shaping the way companies around the globe are handling sensitive information—which could include yours. GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation, a sweeping new set of laws under the… Get more from Reach the Public »