CSG West ANNUAL MEETINGS
The CSG West Annual Meeting provides legislators and legislative staff unparalleled opportunities to share their experiences and learn from regional/national experts and insightful leaders. All policy committees, task forces and leadership convene during the Annual Meeting.
CSG West Annual Meetings rotate among its13 Western member states and have also convened in the Canadian Provinces of British Columba and Alberta, associate members of CSG West.
In 2014, the CSG West Annual Meeting will convene in Anchorage, Alaska August 9-13, 2014.
New frontiers. Big ideas.
Join CSG National and CSG West in Anchorage, Alaska, for an unparalleled opportunity in America’s last frontier to network, develop leader skills, collaborate and create problem-solving partnerships with colleagues from across the country and around the globe.
Work across borders to enhance your knowledge and exchange ideas through policy forums on the high priority public policy issues facing state and provincial leaders, including economic development, education, transportation, health, international relations, and energy and the environment.
Network with state and provincial leaders from across the country and beyond our international borders as they come together to share ideas and identify solutions to complex public policy issues.
Discover Alaska’s innovations through policy tours showcasing best practices in the areas of agriculture, economic development, and wildlife management and protection.
Bright Lights: Shining on the Progress of the West
July 30 – August 2, 2013
Las Vegas, Nevada
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Sharing good ideas across state borders and learning from one another will continue to be a cornerstone of CSG West 66th annual meeting. The meeting theme, “Bright Lights: Shining on the Progress of the West,” provides a broad programming base to address shared policy concerns ranging from high urban concentrations to wide open spaces, to management of land and water resources, health care and education reform, transportation and energy concerns and more.