Events

Want to find a time to connect with peers in your jurisdiction, your state, or across the country? Check out these events to find one right for you. Not all events listed are open to the public, some events are included to provide notice to potential speakers or those who want to connect with organizers.

  • NASED Summer Conference
    Date: August 9, 2021
    to August 12, 2021
    Location:
    Category: NASED

    Twice a year, NASED members gather to discuss the latest developments in election administration. Members of the public are welcome to attend at the non-member registration rate. The Summer 2021 conference is scheduled for August 9-10 and will once again be held virtually. Check please visit the NASED website for more information about agendas and registration. When: Aug. 9-12. Where: Online.

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  • NASS Summer Conference
    Date: August 13, 2021
    to August 16, 2021
    Location: Des Moines, IA
    Category: NASS

    The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) will con­vene in person for the 2021 Summer Conference. It will be held August 13-16 in in Des Moines, Iowa. The conference will feature committee meetings, discussions and various workshop ses­sions on election administration, cybersecurity, business services, state heritage and more. A preliminary conference agenda is available online here. In addition, an expo area will have a limited number of NASS Corporate Affiliates on-site showcasing their products and services. Please note, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention health recommendations will be observed throughout the conference. Learn more about the venue’s COVID-19 safety requirements here.  There will also be a limited virtual component for those unable to attend in person. Registration for the conference will open in late-May. When: Aug. 13-16. Where: Des Moines, Iowa.

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  • NCSL Legislative Summit
    Date: November 3, 2021
    to November 5, 2021
    Location: Tampa, FL
    Category: National Association

    The Legislative Summit is NCSL’s premier annual event and provides a platform for legislators, staff and other public policy professionals to learn from the nation’s foremost experts, as well as each other, about solutions to the country’s most pressing issues. Watch for registration and hotel details in early June 2021. When: November 3-5. Where: Tampa, Florida

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  • NISGIC Annual Conference
    Date: September 20, 2021
    to September 24, 2021
    Location: Dallas, TX
    Category: GIS

    The 2021 NSGIC Annual Conference will be held September 20 – 24 as a hybrid event at the Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel and leveraging technology to provide for virtual participation, as well. The safety and comfort of conference participants are paramount. We will be following all guidance in place at the time of the conference and working closely with venues to ensure full care is given. We understand that not all conference attendees will be able to join us in person. Those participating virtually can expect a rich experience with interactive plenary presentations, networking opportunities, and participatory workshops and other sessions. (We’re so sure you’re going to enjoy the experience, we urge you to consider participating from home or another space where you can give it your full attention.) Whether you attend in-person or virtually, the NSGIC Annual Conference is the hub of critical connections for state, local, tribal, and federal GIS policymakers and coordinators, private sector partners and solution-providers, and other leaders in the geospatial ecosystem. Like nowhere else, the NSGIC Annual Conference is a place where relationships are built, information is shared, and collaborations are born. When: September 20-24. Where: Hybrid—Dallas & Virtual.

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  • Staying Nonpartisan: Guidelines for 501c3 Voter Engagement Activities
    Date: August 13, 2021
    Location:
    Category: Webinar

    Nonprofit organizations are encouraged (and in some cases, required) to assist the people they serve to participate in elections. This often includes voter registration drives, GOTV reminders, candidate engagement, and ballot measure advocacy. But what, exactly, are nonprofits allowed to do and how can they be sure they don’t cross the partisan threshold? Join us on August 13th as David Levitt, Principal at Adler & Colvin, sheds light on the IRS guidance around tax-exempt voter engagement. Mr. Levitt’s practice focuses on the representation of nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations, with an emphasis on program-related investments, social enterprise, political advocacy, and nonprofit corporate governance. 2pm Eastern.

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