July | August 2017


Like CSG on Facebook

CSG uses Facebook to share announcements of upcoming events, CSG infographics that offer state comparative data in an easy-to-understand graphic format and top news from the states. On the CSG Facebook page, state officials can find the results of state elections, information about CSG conferences and announcements of CSG eCademy sessions. Don’t forget to like or share our stories with your own networks.

Follow CSG on Twitter

@CSGovts provides instant, up-to-the-tweet access to what’s happening in state governments. CSG shares the latest headlines from across the states, as well as federal news that impact state governments. Followers also get the latest blog posts from CSG’s inhouse policy experts on the full range of issues facing the states—from transportation to health, energy to education. @CSGovts provides the latest news and information state government officials need to know.

Link with CSG on LinkedIn

CSG shares organizational news through LinkedIn and creates a connection with a network of the nation’s top state officials. In addition to insights and resources to help state government officials enhance their work, CSG’s LinkedIn page features opportunities for states and associates to get involved in the CSG’s efforts to share capitol ideas. As the only organization serving all three branches of state government, the CSG LinkedIn page offers a place for this broad base of state officials to continue networking and learning from each other in between CSG conferences and events, while also keeping updated on important CSG news and announcements.

Tune in on YouTube

CSG’s YouTube channel, CSGovts, shares CSG eCademy sessions and videos from CSG’s national conferences, allowing members to take advantage of important CSG programming, even when busy schedules prevent attendance or participation during a live event. Viewers can also provide comments discussion on programming provided through the CSGovts channel, allowing members to share feedback to help CSG continue improving its products.

Follow Capitol Comments

CSG’s blog, Capitol Comments, located at the CSG Knowledge Center, knowledgecenter.csg.org/kc/blog, provides insights and analysis of state government news. With the ever changing landscape of state government policy, understanding the full range of implications that state and federal policies can have on state governments can be a challenge. CSG’s inhouse policy experts offer their perspectives on the latest policy news with an eye for how it will impact state governments through Capitol Comments, providing state officials with the information and insights needed to make well-informed policy decisions.