Begin Exploring the Alliance for Innovation

Four Things to do Today:

  1. Log-in/Create an Account. (You do not have to be a member to register on the Alliance for Innovation website)
  2. Create/Update your Profile (select "My Account")
  3. Ask a Question
  4. Mark your calendar

Log on: To access the members-only content you must be logged onto the website. First time logging onto our website? Enter your primary email address and create your password by accessing the sign in button in the top right corner of your screen. If you need assistance, contact our Member & Customer Support Center at 888-496-0944.

Update or complete your online profile: Having a complete online profile will ensure that you receive only the communications fromthe Alliance for Innovation that are of the most interest to you, and current contact information is crucial to maintaining your member benefits without interruption. Once you’re logged in, click on the Edit Profile link at the top right corner of any Alliance website page next to where it reads “Welcome [your name]!” and complete all the information within the two tabs titled About Me and My Preferences. If you have an organizational membership, please make sure to associate your membership with your organization.

Join the discussion: TransformGov.org helps you discover the latest local government trends and resources and connect with the Alliance for Innovation community. What used to be called the Knowledge Network is now integrated into the entire website. Members have the ability to create and join discussion groups, ask and answer questionswrite blog posts, find events, and discuss articles and topics.

Mark your calendar: Find learning events on the Alliance for Innovation calendar.

Now you're ready to get started! Take the next step in your journey:

 

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