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Five Reasons Why We Need A Communications Plan

  1. It will establish expected cost and resource requirements
  2. It supports strategic messaging for the organization
  3. It focuses reputational risk and opportunities
  4. It sets a baseline expectation to measure progress against
  5. It gives us a direction for content development efforts

Communications is a core ALGA function with shared responsibility that requires cooperation and support across the organization. An integrated and collaborative approach in communicating about ALGA initiatives is essential to the success and effectiveness of ALGA's overall communications.

ALGA's overall communications goal is to effectively communicate relevant information to members, prospective members, standard-setting bodies, other professional and government organizations, and the general public in a timely, clear, and engaging manner in support of ALGA’s Strategic Plan.

Final Plans
Online Resources Conference Membership Professional Issues
Peer Review Publications Long-Term Conference
Advocacy Awards Education Nominating


Board Adopted Communication Guidelines
Communications Plan Development Tool
Web content writing guide

Questions? Concerns?
Email the Communications Liaison