July 25

Revize Joins Nation’s Largest Convening of County Officials in Travis County, Texas

Author: Kathleen McGee

Austin, TX – Revize- The Government Website Experts- attended the National Association of Counties (NACo) Annual Conference and Exposition in Travis County, Texas. The nation’s largest annual gathering of county leaders drew over 3,000 attendees to discuss a wide range of policy issues, exchange best practices, and hear from inspirational speakers and thought leaders. Revize captivates the importance of representing the country at such a prestigious level.

“One of the reasons that Revize is so successful with government website design and resident engagement features is because we actually listen to the residents on how they want the website to look, operate, and to get information quickly, right from the home page. Integrating their suggestions into our solutions is the hallmark of how we grow as a company.” - Joseph Nagrant, Business Development Director

Featured general session speakers included U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Allan Golston, president of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation U.S. Program, among others.

In addition to the conference’s general sessions, summits took place with a focus on workforce development, mental and behavioral health, disaster resiliency, and economic mobility. The conference also marked a key moment for NACo signature initiatives on timely topics like housing affordability and artificial intelligence.

For more information about NACo’s Annual Conference and Exposition, click here.

The National Association of Counties (NACo) strengthens America’s counties, including nearly 40,000 county elected officials and 3.6 million county employees. Founded in 1935, NACo unites county officials to advocate for county government priorities in federal policymaking; promote exemplary county policies and practices; nurture leadership skills and expand knowledge networks; optimize county and taxpayer resources and cost savings; and enrich the public’s understanding of county government. www.naco.org

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