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PAST WEBINARS

All archived webinars are FREE for iGO members!

The Archived Webinars page can be found in the Members Only section.

2018 iGO Annual Conference App

Date/Time: Wednesday June 27, 2018 at 3:00 PM ET

Presented by iGO Staff

Registration: FREE

Session Description:

iGO is going green! The official iGO Conference App is our new faster, easier, more environmentally conscious way to stay connected at the iGO Annual Conference in Reno.

Would you like a tour? Join our webinar on June 27 for a walk-through of the app!

iGO Annual Conference App PowerPoint

Free and Low-Cost Resources Your Election Office Needs In 2018

Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 3 PM ET.

Presented by Whitney May, Co-founder and Director of Government Services, The Center for Technology and Civic Life and Kurt Sampsel, Government Services Project Manager, The Center for Technology and Civic Life

Members: FREE | Non-members $25

Session Description:

Increasingly, we look online when we’re searching for solutions to common challenges. But because the internet is so vast, it’s often too time consuming to find trustworthy and affordable resources for your election office. In this webinar, you’ll be introduced to reliable and practical tools that your office can use in 2018 to improve election administration in your jurisdiction. Whether it’s legislative newsletters, free infographic design software, or a writing app, you’ll take away something valuable for you and your election team.

Speaker Bios

Cloudflare and Google: Free Resources that Protect Your County’s Website

Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 3 PM ET.

Presented by Jamie Albers, Product Marketing Manager, Google Jigsaw; George Conard, Project Manager, Google Project Shield; Alissa Starzak, Head of Public Policy, Cloudflare; Rita Kozlov, Principal Solutions Engineer, Cloudflare

Members: FREE | Non-members $55

Session Description:

iGO members will learn about two services: Google’s Project Shield and Cloudflare’s Athenian Project. Both are offered at no cost, protect against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, and provide other benefits. This webinar will describe how these free services can help your county elections site, and what steps you need to follow to use them. While this webinar will focus on elections-related sites, many services are available to county clerks, recorders and treasurers as well.

**We recommend that your I.T. folks also participate in this webinar!

Working with Sister Agencies in Managing Technology Initiatives

Date: Friday, March 23, 2018 at 3 PM ET.

Presented by David W. Bartee, Director, Court Technology Office, Fairfax County, Virginia

Session Description:

This presentation explores how the Fairfax County Government and Fairfax County Courts collaborate to keep up with the rapid evolution of technology and the management of IT projects and initiatives that impact three courts, multiple agencies and other entities.

By implementing an IT Governance structure around a centralized Court Technology Office and Executive Governance Board, an effective communications and information sharing model has been established to facilitate management and coordination of the many IT projects and initiatives.

Speaker Bio

Risk Mitigation in Elections: Identifying & Limiting Your Exposure to Risk

Date/Time: Friday, February 23 2018 at 3 PM ET
Presented by Matthew Masterson, Chair, US Election Assistance Commission; and Robert Giles, Director- Division of Elections, NJ Department of State

Cybersecurity 101 for Government Officials

Date/Time: Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 3 PM Eastern Time
Presented by Joseph Hall, Chief Technologist at the Center for Technology & Democracy

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

We hear about it all the time in the news: hacking, ransomware, malware, viruses, denial of service attacks, phishing, cyber-hijacking, and data breaches. TLA’s (Three-Letter Acronyms) are tossed around like insults at a political debate. What do they all mean? For local governments, where is the REAL risk? How can a non-technical government with limited resources understand all this technobabble and know what to do to protect its systems, data, and customers? What useful resources are available to help us wrap our arms around cybersecurity?

In this informative webinar, Joseph Hall, Chief Technologist at the Center for Technology & Democracy, will help us navigate this strange new world, providing specific tips and resources that even non-techies can use.

Confidence and Responsible Stewardship in Uncertain Times: iGO’s Plans and Goals for 2018

Date/Time: Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at 3 PM Eastern Time
Presented by Larry Burtness, iGO President and County Recorder, Washoe County, NV

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

This webinar will provide you with key components of the direction and goals facing iGO for 2018. The early years of our association are a time to assure confidence in our membership, and to be good stewards of our resources. From increasing membership, to providing you with the best education opportunities, to bringing you valuable conferences, please join your iGO President for this overview of 2018. And there are excellent opportunities for you to be engaged as well! There will be time at the end for your questions.

Going Live: How to Roll-Out Technology to Your Community

Date/Time: Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 3 PM ET
Presented by Carly Koppes, Clerk and Recorder, Weld County, CO
Member: FREE | Non-Member: $25

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

While we all know the prep work of 5-year budget horizons/plans, RFPs, Implementations, Change Management Theory for staff….there still is the question of how best to communicate new systems and their impacts/efficiencies to the public directly.

Click here to learn more about our presenter, Carly Koppes.

eNotarization in the United States Today

Date/Time: Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 3:00 PM ET
Presented by Marc L. Aronson, President & CEO, Pennsylvania Association of Notaries, and Kathleen Butler, Executive Director, American Society of Notaries.
Member: FREE | Non-Member: $25

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

Electronically enabled notarization continues to develop and mature across the country. This webinar will provide an overview of where we were before the electronic age, a review of the foundational laws that permit the electronic signature and notarization processes, a review of the functions and responsibilities that notaries public continue to have, consider concerns a notary may have with the use of new methods of signing and record keeping, and touch upon the latest, and controversial method of electronic notarizing, through the real time remote-video eNotarization process. There will also be time at the end of the webinar for questions and answers.

Click here to learn more about the speakers.

DHS Cybersecurity Services for Election Officials

Date/Time: Friday, April 21, 2017 at 3:00 PM ET
Presented by Geoffrey Hale, Information Security Strategist, Department of Homeland Security; and Matthew Masterson, Commissioner, Election Assistance Commission
Member: FREE | Non-Member: $25

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

An explanation of the cybersecurity services available to election officials through the Department of Homeland Security and a discussion of the establishment of election infrastructure as critical infrastructure.

Blockchain Property Conveyance – Next Generation Land Records in Cook County IL

Date/Time: Friday, March 17 at 3 PM ET
Presented by John Mirkovic, Deputy Recorder – Communications, Cook County, IL
Recording-  Member: FREE | Non-Member: $25

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

If you missed the Winter Conference, here’s your chance to attend a portion of this session ranked  as a favorite by our attendees.

iGO Online

Date/Time: Friday March 3, 2017 at 1 PM ET
Presented by Suzanne Biegenzahn, iGO Chief Staff Officer
Member: FREE in the Webinar Archives

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

Get the grand tour of iGO! With this webinar you’ll learn how to navigate all of Your iGO membership benefits online. Check out our ListServ and learn how you can use it to ask questions and communicate with iGO members around the globe. Also, get an overview of the membership directory, jobs board, and how to update your account. This one webinar you won’t want to miss.

Performance Evaluations: A Step-by-step Guide to Leading an Excellent Evaluation Process

Date/Time: Wednesday, December 7, 2016, 3 p.m. ET
Presented by Gerarda Culipher, Chief Deputy Clerk, Fairfax Circuit Court
Recording-  Member: FREE | Non-Member: $25

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

Gerarda Culipher, from the Circuit Court in Fairfax Virginia, will be presenting on how you, as leader, can prepare your staff for annual, performance evaluations. She will share concrete advice, helpful tips & tricks, and modifiable templates for you to use, as you master-plan for this important human resource development concept. Whether you run a large, medium, or small office, being organized and prepared for administering Performance Evaluations, will increase your credibility as a leader who is committed to your Team’s professional growth and success.

Historic Records in the iPhone Age

Date/Time: Friday, October 28, 2016, 3 p.m. ET
Presented by Katrina Krempasky, Fairfax Circuit Court Historic Records
Recording-  Member: FREE | Non-Member: $25

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

Fairfax Circuit Court Historic Records Center holds records dating from 1742 and part of our mission is to make these historic documents available to the public. In recent years, technology and new social media platforms have made sharing our resources much easier.

For this presentation, Katrina will discuss some of the trends in outreach and technology that records centers utilize when sharing their collections with the public. She will also show some ways that the Fairfax Circuit Court has embraced technology, not only with their historic records but also in sharing court information with the public. She will discuss using social media for outreach and some of the pitfalls of this technology.

Evaluating Your Vendor – Going Beyond the Functional Checklist

Date/Time: Friday, August 19, 2016, 2 p.m. ET
Presented by Doug Allen, Regional Sales Manager, Tyler Technologies, Inc.; and Carol Foglesong, Assistant Comptroller, Records Administration Division, Orange County (FL) Comptroller’s Office.

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

You are about to gain a vendor. How do you know it is a vendor and a product which will meet your needs? Or, you have a vendor and you want to talk to that vendor about current performance. How do you go about doing that? Is lowest cost the best or the only answer? Tips on being frank with your vendor before and after you hire them. Checklists of things you want or expect only touch the surface; learn how to dig down for answers and information.

Smart Elections

Date/Time: Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 3 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. PT
Presented by Richard Leadbeater, Manager, State Government Solutions, Esri; Julie Wise, King County Elections Director; David Wilson, Elections Supervisor, King County Elections; and Katrina Sroufe, GIS Specialist, King County Elections

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

Power the election process with intelligent maps and apps

Your voters rely on your organization to provide the information they need to participate in this democratic process.

You need to understand the needs of your voters and create the information that allows all citizens the opportunity to participate and protect the democratic process.

Is your organization prepared to meet the ever increasing citizen expectations for efficiency and effectiveness?

Join iGO, with King County Elections, and Esri, on Wednesday, July 27th, to learn how King County uses GIS to innovate, identify and implement efficiencies and administer successful election with out-of- the-box tools, templates and apps to better:

  • Connect with citizens, your entire organization, and the media with apps
  • Share accurate Polling Place information in real-time
  • Publish election results through intuitive and informative maps
  • Reinvent the way you do your work.

Teenagers! 16 and 17-year- olds as poll workers and voters?

Date/Time: Wednesday, July 20, 2016, 3 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. PT
Presented by Daniel R. Diorio, National Conference of State Legislatures, Policy Specialist.

Description of what Members can expect to learn:

There is a growing movement in the U.S. and abroad to allow 16-17 year olds to participate in elections, as poll workers and even as voters.  A few U.S. cities have already allowed these teens to vote in municipal elections.  In this session, Dan will review what different states are doing and how election officials have responded.  We will also discuss how to prepare for this conversation, what questions to address, and possible areas of opportunity for election officials if policy makers choose to implement changes in this area.

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