NASCA Spring Conference 2020 Update

As you can imagine, the NASCA staff and Executive Committee are working diligently behind the scenes as it relates to the Spring Conference currently planned for May 11-13th in Indianapolis, IN. 

The CDC has recommended that no gatherings of more than 50 people take place for the next eight weeks. Our top concern is the health and safety of our members. 

We are conducting an analysis of several scenarios and are tracking this very closely with our Executive Committee. New information comes in daily and, before sending additional member updates, we want to make sure that we are working in unison.

At this time, we are working through alternative solutions that will provide a valuable and engaging connection for our members. We also know that many of our members, speakers, partners, and sponsors may have limited capacity even after the CDC lifts the travel and gathering recommendations. We hope to provide more concrete and detailed information in the coming days. 


Who We Are:

NASCA's Mission is to help state chief administrators (CAOs) and their teams strategically transform state government operations through the power of shared knowledge and thought leadership.

Founded in 1976, the National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA), is a non-partisan, nonprofit, 501(c)3 association representing state chief administrators. NASCA’s primary state government members are Cabinet level and senior public officials that oversee the departments that provide operational support to other state agencies. Common areas of oversight by NASCA’s primary member can include general services, procurement, facilities, information technology, risk management, accounting, budget, human resources, and more. NASCA encourages the participation by deputy directors and senior level staff that support the state chief administrators.

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NASCA's Call for Institute Case Studies Open

The Institute Planning Committee is working to identify two "live case studies" related to the Institute theme, the Pathways to Maximizing Public Value. The case studies will drawn from real-world experiences that outline complex and relevant situations that any member of NASCA may encounter. 

All case study submissions must be submitted via an online form by April 17, 2020.

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NASCA COVID-19 Resources

As we keep a watchful eye on COVID-19 and how the pandemic impacts our states, staff have collected policy and practice resources from our members, strategic partners, like-minded associations, entities such as the CDC and our corporate partners. As the situation is ever-changing, we will continuously monitor state responses and provide resources on a regular basis. All members are encouraged to respond to the Call for Resources and share detailed information and links to be included on the NASCA website.

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NASCA offers a culture of inclusiveness, thought leadership and side-by-side learning between the private and public sector. To keep participation ratios desirable for all attendees, NASCA events and sponsorship opportunities are only offered to NASCA corporate partners. You must be an active corporate partner in good standing to participate in any NASCA sponsorship opportunities. NASCA Corporate membership provides a wealth of information, best practices and networking opportunities.

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