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Strategic Government Internal Communications
May 16 - 18 in Washington, DC
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Tuesday, May 17 • 9:15am - 9:50am
Bridging The Digital Divide And Reaching Disconnected Employees Through Digital Signage
Architect of the Capitol

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The Architect of the Capitol, AOC,  is the federal agency responsible for the maintenance, operation, development, and preservation of the United States Capitol Complex. Go behind the scenes at the U.S. Capitol and learn how the stewards of the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress and Supreme Court stay connected when employees aren’t always able to access a computer.

 

At the AOC, 80% of employees are more likely to carry a hammer, rake, or paintbrush than to click a mouse during the workday. Their work locations are spread over 460 acres of land and reach hundreds of feet into the air and below ground into a warren of passageways and utility tunnels. Communicating your message to a dispersed workforce that does not have technology at their fingertips called for non-traditional communication strategies.

 

Discover strategies and techniques to deliver your message to employees wherever they may be, including:

 

  • Investigating the use of digital signage
  • Deploying digital signs in place of bulletin boards in order to keep information relevant and timely
  • Automating the delivery of content to the signs from your intranet
  • Empowering employees to post content to the digital signs with just a few easy steps

 

Franklin Bradley, Internal Communications Manager

Architect of the Capitol


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Franklin Bradley

Internal Communications Manager, Architect of the Capitol
Franklin Bradley, Internal Communications Manager at the Architect of the Capitol, is responsible for engaging and communicating with 2,300 employees who work 24 x 7 to maintain icons such as the U.S. Capitol, U.S. Supreme Court, and the Library of Congress. Previously, he was the... Read More →


Tuesday May 17, 2016 9:15am - 9:50am
Wilson/Harrison Room, Lobby Level Doubletree by Hilton DC Crystal City