Careers at the National Governors Association

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Our Story

Founded in 1908, the National Governors Association is a bipartisan organization of governors of the 55 states, territories and commonwealths whose mission is to share best practices, speak with an informed voice on national policy and develop innovative solutions to improve citizens’ lives through state government and support the principles of federalism.

NGA is the premier resource for not only Governors but also for their cabinet members, state policy experts, the U.S. Congress, and private enterprise. NGA offers an array of services to help collaboratively tell the states’ story. Thanks to decades of broad expertise, NGA teams are able to work side-by-side with state leaders to identify challenges, help Governors stay ahead of the curve and offer solutions before challenges become problems.

Our Members

To view America’s Governors, click on the interactive map.

Our Work

NGA ensures states solutions are advanced. See how our work contributes to the execution of state priorities.

Our Benefits

NGA offers a comprehensive benefits package to support the needs of NGA team members.

  • Retirement with employer match and contribution;
  • Range of medical insurance options including (FSA, HSA, dental, vision and pharmacy);
  • Pre-tax transportation and parking programs;
  • Professional development and educational assistance;
  • Generous paid time off bank, 11 federal holidays, and more.

Your Next Opportunity

Click to browse opportunities to view our open positions. When applying to our applicant tracking system, Clear Company, be sure to include a portfolio of your best work!

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Transparency in Coverage Rule

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