Monday, July 26, 2010

Blacks In Government National Training Conference 2010

Department of the Interior Office of Civil Rights Memorandum on Forum Participation

The Blacks In Government 32nd Annual National Training Conference (NTC) will be held in Kansas City, Missouri from August 16-20, 2010 at the Kansas City Convention Center. This year’s conference theme, “The New Big: Taking Chances, Making Changes, And Preparing Leaders,” will highlight recent changes in public service, as well as prepare employees to successfully manage their careers. The NTC is endorsed by Government agencies at the Federal, State, and Local jurisdictions. The NTC also affords conferees an opportunity to strategically focus on enhancing their required core competencies and thereby, promotes career development and advancement.

The NTC is a nationwide response to train and develop individuals into subject-matter experts, so that they will be able to perform the critical tasks of providing services to the general public. Areas of training include technology, health care, science, equal employment opportunity, acquisition, financial management, project management, retirement planning, homeland security, and many other service-based functions necessary for the general welfare of the citizenry, and inclusive of programs benefits.

BIG is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, whose members are civil servants throughout all levels of government and private industry. BIG was Incorporated in 1976 as an employee advocacy and professional development association and held its first NTC in 1979. BIG is committed to improving public service through promoting equity, excellence, and opportunity in the workplace.

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