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Join NACo for an overview of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Final Rule on Web Accessibility for State and Local Governments, which was recently enacted as a part of the DOJ’s updates to its regulatory authorities under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991. This webinar will include important details on forthcoming compliance requirements for web-based local government services, and outline other key implications for counties.

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How to Deliver a County AI Idea Hackathon

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Robert’s Rules can help you run an efficient, effective meeting – who wouldn’t want that! This virtual workshop, a part of the County Leadership Curriculum, teaches the basics of Robert's Rules and how to apply them.