Alliance for Innovation Calls on Vision Internet to Build Transforming Local Government Website
Phoenix, AZ, Jan 14, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
The Alliance for Innovation, a community shaping the future of local government, called upon Vision Internet - the Government Website Experts(TM) to build an interactive website for their annual Transforming Local Government (TLG) Conference.
Now live, the new TLG website can be accessed at http://tlgconference.org. The engaging site boasts a clean, professional design and many interactive features. It will be the online home for future TLG Conferences.
"The choice to partner with Vision Internet for the website redesign was simple for us," noted Alliance for Innovation's Technology Director Tracy Miller. "As the known leader in government website design and development, we knew partnering with Vision Internet would mean professional project management, award-winning design expertise, and unlimited access to the leading government CMS technology."
The TLG Conference attracts participation from local governments that are deliberately seeking new and innovative ways to connect people, information, and ideas. The new website provides users with the latest information for all upcoming TLG events including:
Direct links to online conference registration
Conference agendas, session information, and speaker bios
Share & bookmark page links to easily spread the word
Hotel and travel information with details about the hosting city
Archived conference information from past events
The new website is run on the industry-leading government content management system - the visionCMS(TM). Distinctly powerful, yet easy-to-use, the visionCMS(TM) powers hundreds of local government and education agency websites across the United States and Canada. A free demo of this content management system can be requested by visiting http://www.visioninternet.com/freedemo.
The 2013 TLG Conference will be presented by the Alliance for Innovation and co-hosted by the Georgia City County Management Association (GCCMA) from April 10-12 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Vision Internet partnered with the conference host city to launch an award-winning city website for Atlanta, GA in April 2012. News of the launch and details about this innovative government website can be found in the article "Atlanta Rebuilds Online Communication Hub with Vision Internet".
About Vision Internet:
Vision Internet is the national leader in government website development with nearly 500 government, non-profit, and education clients across the US and Canada. Over the past 16 years, Vision Internet has been creating industry-defining websites for communities ranging in populations of less than 1,000 residents to more than 5 million. Widely recognized as the government website experts, the company has earned hundreds of prestigious industry awards for its unique websites.
About the TLG Conference:
TLG attracts participation from local governments that are deliberately seeking new and innovative ways to connect people, information and ideas that support their efforts to be the best communities in which to live, work, and prosper. The TLG conference is recognized for its dynamic content that encourages freethinking and fosters unprecedented ideas. The conference experience is designed to promote team building and a sense of camaraderie.
About Alliance for Innovation:
The Alliance for Innovation is an international network of progressive governments and partners committed to transforming local government by accelerating the development and dissemination of innovations. We seek out innovative practices, challenge existing business models, exchange knowledge, and provide products and services that help our members perform at their best. Together with our partners, International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and Arizona State University (ASU), we promote excellence in local government and build a community of practice in local government innovation.
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