Al Gore and More: EIG 2013 as Told by Your Tweets

By EIG Staff

May 14, 2013

Some might have questioned whether the concept of “excellence” in government was even worth talking about this year—with the sequester, furloughs and the potential for lean budgets on the horizon. But a lineup of the government’s best and brightest—including approximately 800 900 attendees—showed that the pursuit of excellence was alive and well at this year’s Excellence in Government conference.

With sessions covering everything from leveraging data for better decision-making to building mission-motivated teams, keynotes took federal leaders through 20 years of reform efforts and challenged them to continue building the government of tomorrow.

Highlights included:

With an enthusiastic crowd taking to Twitter, using the hashtags #EIG2013 and #BeExcellent, to share their thoughts, insights and pictures, we thought it’d be appropriate to share the stories from Excellence in Government 2013 through the eyes of those who experienced it firsthand:


By EIG Staff

May 14, 2013

http://www.govexec.com/excellence/promising-practices/2013/05/eig-2013-told-your-tweets/63165/