Speaking for National Association of Government Web Professionals
Much as I would like to say that I will be speaking at the National Association of Government Web Professionals (NAGW, I don’t know where the “P” went, perhaps it was originally “Webmasters?”) conference in September, I won’t be. I was, however, asked to do a separate webinar for members for one of the conference topics I submitted — an intro to responsive web design.
As far as I know you need to be a member of NAGW to be able to attend the webinar, so I can’t share a URL, let alone a Google Map. I can, however, point you to the slides from a similar talk I gave last September: Slides: Responsive Web Design Primer
While the federal government may have its own crack web team now (or so the reports claim), state and local governments don’t have that same team and can’t as easily share their expertise. It seems NAGW fills a gap by providing a forum for these web professionals to share and help one another, as noted in its own description:
NAGW is the National Association of Government Web Professionals, an organization of local and state government web professionals working together to share knowledge, best practices, innovative ideas, and other resources. We collaborate on technologies, and network with other web professionals to improve our capacity to provide value across the web to our communities.
If you are a member, the webinar is Tuesday, October 21 at 11am mountain time. I hope I am able to provide some value to its membership, and if not, maybe they can be amused by how deftly I don’t do webinars.