In 1968, three public information officers came up with the idea that government public information officers needed a forum to meet each other and exchange ideas. The group held its first seminar in January 1970. NCAGIO has grown and developed since that time.
The North Carolina Association of Government Information Officers (NCAGIO) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit dedicated to the principles of open government. Members are public information officers employed by North Carolina city, county, and state government offices, agencies, divisions, and / or departments. While titles and roles vary, many members serve as the media contact for their organization. Other roles may include public relations, public education, social media management, photography, videography, digital and print design, website management, speech writing, and emergency communications management, or a combination of these roles.
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