Twice a year, in the winter and summer, governors meet to discuss the crucial issues states face, including the state-federal partnership. Those meetings include open plenary sessions and committee meetings, as well as closed-door private meetings for governors only. NGA also holds multiple events throughout the year tailored to public policy issues, as well as global trade and development.
Governors gathered for the annual NGA Summer Meeting from July 24-26 in Utah. Watch video highlights of the meeting.
TACKLING TOPICAL ISSUES: The NGA Summer Meeting is one of two primary gatherings of the nation’s governors that serve as the business meetings of the association. The program typically includes a variety of sessions open to the media. Governors-only sessions are closed to the media and other meeting attendees.
Sharing Connections and Best Practices
The NGA Winter and Summer Meetings offer a unique forum for governors to discuss important issues and provide an opportunity to share innovative solutions happening at the state level.
NGA CHAIR’S INITIATIVES: Initiatives allow state teams to develop roadmaps for policy efforts based on expert ideas and peer-to-peer sharing.
NGA connects governors in meetings that focus on some of the most pressing issues facing our nation and what lies ahead for states in areas such as education, health care, energy and workforce. Are you ready to be a part of nonpartisan problem-solving?