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The Government Contact Center Council (G3C) Community of Practice (CoP) was founded for government contact center professionals to collaborate with one another to improve the experience of citizens and customers when they contact federal, tribal, state, and local agencies.
What We Do
The Government Contact Center Council discusses methods of service delivery to improve citizen’s experience. The Government Contact Center Council’s mission is to share information and news, identify contact center best-in-class practices, and evaluate evolving contact center technologies.
G3C community members join other contact center leaders through our monthly meetings to learn about other agencies’ best practices in contact center operations. The community also hosts webinars, conference calls, and other networking events. As a member, you have access to other subject matter experts (SME) through our LISTSERV where members share ideas, ask questions, and request assistance on their agency’s projects. Our educational forums and discussions help members find innovative methods to improve the customer experience with their agency’s multi-channel contact centers. Membership is open to all federal, tribal, local, and state government employees.
Who We Are
The Government Contact Center Council is an interagency group of contact center directors and managers from across government agencies that work together to improve the performance and efficiency of government contact centers.
The Communities of Practice are hosted by digital.gov, a service of the Technology Transformation Services (TTS) within the General Services Administration (GSA). GSA is a federal agency subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and must comply with requests for records made under FOIA. As a result, all communications made on this Communities of Practice LISTSERV are subject to release under FOIA.
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