Collaborative Operations and Decision Making
JWW will not take positions to oppose or support local, state, or federal legislation or formal executive actions, such as proposal or adoption of regulations or executive orders.
JWW may highlight and promote positive local projects and programs but may not publicly oppose them.
JWW may educate public officials and decision makers about the purpose and goals of JWW, including identified best practices in the field.
JWW committees may make recommendations to state, federal or local governments that would advance best practices or the JWW goals. These recommendations may or may not be related to a specific legislative/executive action but may not include going on record supporting or opposing such action.
When federal, state, or local legislative or executive action pertaining to the JWW goals are under active discussion/consideration, JWW staff and steering committee members may alert the membership.
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The Jersey Water Works Strategic Communications Recommendations and Message Platform Guide contains tips on how to effectively communicate about water and create strong messaging to engage and inform individuals about the current state of our water infrastructure, as well as the solutions JWW is working to achieve. Learn how to connect with your audience, starting with why everyone should care about the challenges we face in the water sector.
The short video below will give you an introduction and overview of Basecamp, the online platform that Jersey Water Works uses to communicate and collaborate.
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Jersey Water Works welcomes all interested individuals and organizations to join us that are interested in helping to improve the water infrastructure across the state for all current and future residents.