Sponsor Spotlight: Summer 2020 Virtual Conference Sponsors

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NCLGBA recently held our first ever virtual conference. The virtual event provided an exciting opportunity to still bring high-quality content to our members, even though we couldn’t gather in the same place. One of the factors that made the virtual conference a success was the generosity of our sponsors. Check them out below. Thank you again for your support of NCLGBA!

Summer 2020 Virtual Conference Sponsor Information

Presenting/Title Sponsors

Questica (Handouts) (Video)

Debt Book (Flyer) (Video)

Governor’s Commission

Oracle (Handouts) (Video)

Legislative Committee

ADW Architects (Flyer) (Video)

Mark III Employee Benefits (Video)

LGFCU (Handouts)


Public Input


2016 Summer Sponsor Spotlight: OpenGov

Between now and the start of the Summer Conference, an occasional series on NCLGBA’s blog will shine a spotlight on our conference sponsors so that you can get to know them and the services they provide.  Next up is OpenGov – a new Legislative level conference sponsor.

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OpenGov recently came to Concord to demonstrate their product line.  Their cloud-based product includes OpenGov Intelligence, a reporting product; OpenGov Comparisons which allows you to instantly compare your organization to others across the country; OpenGov Transparency for allowing the public easy access to financial datal; OpenGov CivicDashboards to easily create interactive visuals with your data, and a new budgeting software tool that is coming soon.

See below for an example of their dashboard capabilities:

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OpenGov’s mission is to transform the way the world analyzes and allocates public money. With more than 1,000 government customers across 46 states in a rapidly expanding network, OpenGov is the market leader in performance intelligence and financial transparency for government.

The OpenGov platform transforms government financial data into intuitive, interactive visualizations for both internal government users and citizens. OpenGov technology empowers administrators to make better policy decisions by measuring budget to actual expenditures, comparing data across departments and other governments and streamlining the budgeting process. Founded in 2012 with headquarters in Silicon Valley, OpenGov works with leading governments of all sizes.

OpenGov currently works with High Point, Greenville, Pilot Mountain, and Morehead City.  Click here or here to see examples from our neighbors!

Want to talk about what OpenGov could do for your jurisdiction? Stop by OpenGov’s table at the upcoming conference or reach out to Eddie Reeves, Account Executive, in Jacksonville, FL by phone (509) 494-2515 or email ereeves@opengov.com.

See you in July!


Sponsor Spotlight: LGFCU

Between now and the start of the 2016 Summer Conference, an occasional series on NCLGBA’s blog will shine a spotlight on our conference sponsors so that you can get to know them and the services they provide.  First up is the Local Government Federal Credit Union – an annual Legislative level conference sponsor.


The Local Government Federal Credit Union, or LGFCU as it is commonly known, is a not-for-profit, full service financial cooperative. LGFCU offers Checking, Share, and Money Market accounts; auto, home, and personal loans; Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs); credit cards, insurance and more. It is the only statewide credit union exclusively serving North Carolina municipal and county employees, elected/appointed officials, volunteers and their families. Rather than operate its own branches, LGFCU partners with State Employees’ Credit Union to share its network of more than 250 branches and nearly 1,100 ATMs across the state. So when you visit a SECU branch, you are also visiting a LGFCU branch.

LGFCU provides scholarship funds for local government employees to apply towards tuition for conferences, classes and seminars offered by the UNC School of Government (SOG). LGFCU supports the School of Government because of the instrumental role it serves in the professional development of its membership. Are you thinking about in taking a course, but not sure if your jurisdiction will be able to cover the cost?  Learn more about the scholarships they provide here.

Interested in hearing from an NCLGBA member who has been awarded a scholarship? Stephen Hawryluk, Senior Budget & Evaluation Analyst from the City of Winston-Salem describes his experience with LGFCU,

The Local Government Federal Credit Union has been more than a local banking institution for me. I was fortunate enough to receive a scholarship from the LGFCU in the fall of 2010 that covered the entire registration costs for the Municipal and County Administration course at the University of North Carolina School of Government. That course has been a valuable asset in my development as a local government budgeting professional and I cannot thank the LGFCU enough for going above and beyond in their service to members and the jurisdictions they serve.”

In addition to their scholarship program, LGFCU covers the entire cost of tuition for two cohorts to attend an intensive two-week leadership development program at the UNC School of Government each year. The Local Government Federal Credit Union Fellows Program includes coaching and leadership training.  Learn more about it here.

If you have additional questions, please reach out to Chris Temple, Member Development Manager, Local Government Federal Credit Union:
1330 Saint Mary’s St, Suite 500  |  Raleigh, NC 27605  |  919.755.0534 local  |  919.215.9982 mobile  | 800.344.4846 toll free  |  919.647.9317 fax.