Governors' and spouses' biographies, searchable database and contact information.
NGA Center for Best Practices
The NGA Center develops innovative solutions to today’s most pressing public policy challenges.
The Office of Government Relations' mission is to ensure governors’ views are represented in the shaping of federal policy.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, via the National Governors Association (NGA), sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asking for adequate time to review and react to health care legislation.
The National Governors Association (NGA) Health and Human Services Committee issued a statement urging Congress to immediately extend the Children's Health Insurance Program, which has had bipartisan support since 1997.
The NGA Center for Best Practices' Shared Priorities from the Governors' Bipartisan Health Reform Learning Network summarizes a collection of bipartisan health care ideas from 13 states—California, Delaware, Kentucky, Minnesota, Montana, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, chair and vice chair of the National Governors Association Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee, respectively, commend Congress on the confirmation of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Brock Long.
A catalog of governors’ work developing innovative solutions to some of today’s most pressing policy challenges.
Meet the Threat: States Confront the Cyber Challenge
NGA has developed a roadmap to help state leaders integrate population health into the design and implementation of health system transformations.
A new paper from the National Governors Association summarizes actions governors can take to help reduce childhood hunger in their states by drawing attention to the issue and implementing policy and programmatic changes to increase children’s participation in child nutrition programs.
A new paper from the National Governors Association addresses the potential for place-based strategies—strategies which include any effort to enhance the livability and quality of life in a given community—to address the needs of impoverished communities and identifies actions governors can take to foster these strategies.