PowerPoint Tip: Government Photos You can Use

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

Governments have staff who take photographs as part of their jobs, and many times these photos are quite good. Fortunately, these photos also belong to the government and the various departments and agencies have generously made a lot of these photos available for use without charge.

Thought Leadership - Anything Less Than Openness Erodes Trust

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Some of us might have worked for corporations or government organizations in which just about everything was considered confidential. Secretary of State out of the public domain.

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