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Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee

Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee

LSCC The LSCC is made up of the NCSL staff officers, the legislative staff members elected to the NCSL Executive Committee, the staff co-chairs and staff vice chairs of the NCSL Standing Committees, two officers of each of the ten staff sections, and four discretionary appointees of the Staff Chair. 

The purposes of the Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee (LSCC) are to oversee the legislative staff division of NCSL, to coordinate the work of the ten staff sections of NCSL, to promote professional development of legislative staff, and to review and evaluate NCSL services to legislative staff.   LSCC serves in an advisory capacity to the NCSL Executive Committee.

 

WEBINAR | 50 STATE BILL INFORMATION SERVICE (BIS) TRAINING

Webinar graphicLegislators and Legislative Staff Only | Upcoming Training Classes | March-June, 2014 | Half hour BIS training webinars are held throughout the year. Sign up to learn what legislative resources are available and how to search for bills by terms and phrases, bill number, author, committee and state.

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2014 MEETINGS

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May 29-31, Anchorage, Alaska
Aug. 19-22, Minneapolis
Sept. 27-29, Reno, Nev.

Previous Meeting:

Jan. 30-Feb. 1, Austin, Texas
Meeting Information | Agenda Book

ANNOUNCEMENT | NCSL 2014 LEGISLATIVE STAFF NOMINATING COMMITTEE

Thomas Wright, Alaska; NCSL Staff Chair (2013-2014)From: Thomas Wright, NCSL Staff Chair

NCSL's 2014 Legislative Staff Nominating Committee is seeking legislative staff to serve on the NCSL Executive Committee for Conference Year 2014-2015. See July deadline dates for letters of declaration.

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WEBINAR | REMAINING NONPARTISAN IN AN INCREASINGLY PARTISAN ENVIRONMENT

Webinar imageWednesday, June 25, 2014 | This webinar will address the challenges faced by nonpartisan staff in an increasingly partisan environment. The presenters will discuss the importance and benefits of non-partisanship and tools that legislative staff can use to remain nonpartisan and maintain professional integrity.


  

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THE LEGISLATURE AS A CAREER

An initiative from the Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee is aimed at recruiting young people into legislative service. The video at right, "A Day at the Capitol," points to the crucial role legislative staff play in every step of the legislative process.

At www.legislativecareers.org, you can learn more about the variety of roles staffers play in the legislature.

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LSCC BACKGROUND & HISTORY

Data graphicLSCC began as the Special Committee on Legislative Staff Organization established by resolution of the NCSL Executive Committee in 1974 "to define the role and mission of staff in the National Conference of State Legislatures."  The name, Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee, was adopted in 1984.  Review a brief history of LSCC, its major policies, products and resources.

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BROCHURE | LSCC WORKING FOR YOU

Patsy Spaw, Secretary of the Texas Senate NCSL’s past staff chair, Patsy Spaw, Secretary of the Texas Senate, prepared this quick and informative brochure that answers frequently asked questions about the Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee's purpose, how is it organized, who’s a member and much more.

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Denver, CO 80230
Tel: 303-364-7700 | Fax: 303-364-7800

Washington

444 North Capitol Street, N.W., Suite 515
Washington, D.C. 20001
Tel: 202-624-5400 | Fax: 202-737-1069

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