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NLPES Webinar: The Power and Paradox of Causal Inference

Join three seasoned experts in evaluation methodology for an in-depth webinar on causal inference. This session is perfect for those looking to deepen their quantitative skills and their understanding of causality.  

NALIT News | Spring 2024

In this Issue: NALIT’s Communication Platform, 2024-25 Election of Executive Committee, Strategic Planning: Aligning the IT Investment, 2024 NCSL Legislative Summit, 2024 NALIT Professional Development Seminar, NALIT Legislative Exchange Program (NLEP) – Host States, 2024 NALIT Legislative Exchange (NLEP) – Call for Participants Digital team.

Legislative Staff Week 2024

Each year, NCSL devotes a week to celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of legislative staff. In 2024, programming includes a town hall, special-edition podcast, webinar and the annual shoutout competition.

Housing Supply Webinar Series

In this webinar series, NCSL discussed state housing issues with national experts and state policymakers. The sessions explore recent data and policy options to increase housing supply, improve zoning and address a variety of housing needs.

Legislative Staff Week Webinar: Using Creativity: Don’t Just Survive, Thrive!

Learn from artist and storyteller Tricia Rose Burt about the benefits of creativity and risk-taking in the legislative environment—and at home. Participants will leave entertained, inspired and armed with guidelines on how to step off the expected path and create rich personal and professional experiences.

The Voting Is Over. What Happens Next?

When the voting is over, there’s much work to be done. A recent NCSL webinar covers post-election steps, from counting ballots to potential court cases.

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NLPES Webinar: Introduction to IT Auditing and Evaluation

Information technology (IT) is a critical aspect of almost every program that we audit or evaluate. But figuring out how to audit IT is difficult, particularly since this field constantly changes. Register now to learn how Virginia oversees the state’s technology agency, and how Kansas set up an IT security audit program without the need for sophisticated technical knowledge.