[Comm-Council] Reminder: Communications Council meets on Friday, June 10
HOKLIN Lonn * DO PA
lonn.hoklin at state.or.us
Mon Jun 6 16:21:21 PDT 2011
Hi, everyone. The Communications Council will meet on Friday, June 10, at the usual time and place, DAS West, 155 Cottage Street NE, Conference Room A. If you can’t attend in person, please use the following numbers:
As always, we encourage you to attend in person, but if you can’t, our call-in procedure applies.
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A final note: This will be my last meeting as chair of the Communications Council. Due to budget cuts, I will leave DAS on June 30. I’m honored to have worked with all of you, and I appreciate your good humor and patience. I’ll bring the coffee and donuts on Friday. All the best,
Public Affairs Manager
Oregon Department of Administrative Services
Data Classification: Level 1-Published
MEETING AGENDA: Oregon State Communications Council
DATE: Friday, June 10, 2011 (9-10:30 a.m.)
PLACE: DAS West (155 Cottage Street NE, Conference Room A)
9:00-9:30 Briefing on the 2011 Charitable Fund Drive Campaign
Fred Lord, Property Transactions Coordinator
Facilities Division (DAS)
Fred will provide an overview of this year’s Charitable Fund Drive and the importance of getting the support from the top levels of every agency. He will also discuss how agencies’ communications professionals can help make the Charitable Fund Drive a success.
9:30-10:15 Briefing on services for deaf and hard-of-hearing citizens
Jeff Brownson, Communications Coordinator
Oregon’s Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Services, DHS
Jeff will brief the Council on the services his agency provides to deaf and hard-of-hearing citizens. He will also shed light on state agencies’ legal obligations to provide such services as closed captioning.
10:15 Briefing on end-of-session and post-session messages
Governor’s Communications Team
The Governor’s Communications Team will provide a brief look at how things shape up toward the end of the legislative session. We hope to have Reed Wagner (Enterprise Policy Director) on hand to meet the group. The team will answer any members’ questions about the Governor’s inventory of public affairs resources in state government and the communications professionals’ possible roles in delivering his message on major initiatives post-legislative session.
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