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Check Out What You Missed in Maryland

Every year, the Maryland Governor's Grants Office (GGO) hosts a unique training conference for professionals looking to share and draw from expertise in the arenas of state and federal financial assistance. Beyond venues most relevant to those from Maryland, presenters with national, nonprofit, and business experience draw attendees from all across the

Join Us for the Maryland Governor's Grants Training Conference

eCivis is proud to announce its fourth-year sponsorship of the Maryland Governor’s Grants Office at its 2017 Governor’s Grants Training Conference on Monday, November 13, 2017.  This year we join forces with our partner CostTree as sponsors and session speakers. (Photo: Maryland Governor's Grants Training Conference, Plenary Session, 2016.)

Texas Municipal League Conference: A Recap from Fort Worth


(The following blog article was written by guest blogger Dorothy Wing of the City of Fort Worth, an eCivis client since 2012. She can be reached at 
Dorothy@YourVirtualVP.com.)

Grants: Federal and State News, Conferences, and a Workshop

As we roll into the last quarter of the year, eCivis is packing in a lot of facetime at conferences hosted by: the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), Illinois Municipal League (IML), Georgia City-County Management Association (GCCMA), Ohio Municipal League (OML), Kentucky Association of Counties (KAC), and National League of Cities (NLC)—all before December. Today we're attending and presenting at ICMA's annual conference about our work with Loudoun County to help them ramp up their grant writing team. In addition, Dr. Bev Browning will be holding a federal grant writing course next week (there's huge discount available to blog readers). Last, we've included some important grants news from the DOT, USDA, and the California HCD.

NACo Conference, Another Success

(The following article was written by Heidi Allen, Account Executive for eCivis.) Earlier this month, eCivis attended the National Association of Counties (NACo) Annual Conference and Exposition in Pittsburgh, held July 13-17. The purpose of the conference? To set national policies affecting counties and to share ideas on economic growth and opportunity for Americans. Based on the feedback we have received from current and prospective clients, this has been one of the most successful conferences for eCivis to date. And our happy hour event surely didn’t hurt.

A Successful NFBPA Conference

The following blog article was written by eCivis sales representative Heidi Allen and Director of Governmental Solutions Angel Wright-Lanier about their attendance at the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) conference in Virginia Beach, VA on April 21-24. The NFBPA is a professional membership organization dedicated to the advancement of black leadership in the public sector.

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