Granicus connects a powerful network of 150 million people for more than 3,000 government organizations at the local, state and federal levels. Our goal is to help government better communicate, more easily manage meetings and agendas, and increase the use of digital services to boost citizen engagement.

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    Leon County, Florida

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    From Inbox to Outcome: Create Emails That Make a Difference

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    Florida Department of Children and Families

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    Why Clerks Matter Resource Bundle

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    Tuesday, April 3, 2018
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    2018 Granicus National Summit: Leading Through Digital Modernization

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    [Webinar] Special District Spotlight: The Importance of Remaining Visible in a Digital Age

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LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW GRANICUS IS HELPING ORGANIZATIONS EVERY DAY

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Webinar Recap: Keeping Special Districts Special

Do you know who powers and maintains the streetlights that guide you safely home at night? What about where the water from your faucet comes from? Which organization is in charge of ensuring that when you flip a switch the lights come on? You might not know it, but many times it’s a special district.… Get more from Reach the Public »

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Event Recap: Improving Digital Engagement in South Florida

Citizens are using new ways to engage amongst themselves, and they expect the public sector to keep pace with them. That was just one of the takeaways at last week’s Granicus’ Digital Engagement Day in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The event was attended by a number of clerks and communications professionals from cities and counties… Get more from Reach the Public »