In attempting to develop meaningful policy, finding balance between special interests and political agendas can be difficult to navigate.
Whether you have issues finding proper funding, aligning your policies with the right departments and organizations, or drafting strong and persuasive copy, you risk deterring potential partnerships, missing implementation deadlines, and failing your constituents with any wrong move.
Without the expediency of a streamlined workflow, your policies are at continuous risk of falling into obsolescence and obscurity.
At Infonex’s “Strategic Policy Development for the Public Sector’ conference, public sector professionals will shed light on the shifting landscape of policy development.
From the implementation of policies ranging from the municipal to the federal levels, hear from policy development professionals on everything from the gender based analysis process, to networking protocols to find the strongest partnerships throughout the government, to the specifics of policies concerning the opioid crisis, national homelessness issues, climate change, and immigration.
This in-depth educative event will focus on real cases offering you proven strategies that ensure your policies are properly developed, ensuring their implementation.
These seasoned policy advisors and developers will guide you through the tangled web of policy implementation from the ground up, showing you how to expedite the surveying and data collection process, how to write the best policy copy that will capture your audience’s attention, how to procure partnerships on multiple levels of government, and how to acquire funding throughout the public sphere.
The focus maintains a push for shared experiences and strategies that have been proven to improve your chances at having your policies taken seriously by those that can make nation-wide change, thereby bettering your profile and impressing your constituents and partnerships.
Don’t wait! Sign up today and be a part of the policy development conversation so you too might effect change nation-wide.
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