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SALGBA is dedicated to providing professional educational and networking opportunities to the public sector benefits industry, including public sector benefits professionals and those who provide services. To accomplish this, it requires input and support from SALGBA members. One way to make sure your membership is most beneficial is to participate on a committee so you can provide direct input and feedback. Volunteers are what makes SALGBA and keeps SALGBA going!!Below is a list and description for each SALGBA committee and a brief online submission form for volunteers to complete. Please review the committees and once you decide the committee on which you are interested in serving, complete the form. Your information will be sent to the appropriate committee chair who will follow up with you.If you have any questions please feel free to contact SALGBA at 888.623.8676 or email

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SALGBA Educational Webinars


  • SALGBA 2019 World Cafe
  • The Success of Value-Based Care Depends on Expert Translators
  • By: Paul Campbell
  • State and Local Government Benefits Association (SALGBA) collaborated with the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University to conduct a “World Cafe” event at its 37th annual national conference in Ft. Worth, Texas. The purpose of the World Cafe was to bring together over 40 healthcare representatives from a cross section of private and public sector backgrounds to discuss implementing Value-Based Care (VBC) initiatives. The concept of a World Cafe workshop is to create an environment where participants can think freely and express their thoughts and opinions without the restrictions of judgment and opposition. Healthcare representatives that participated in the World Cafe discussed the key challenges and opportunities of VBC initiatives for their state and local employee health plans.  There was broad consensus that VBC is a critical strategy to improve healthcare quality and reduce costs.  The group discussed a wide range of issues; the most prominent was that VBC initiatives will not advance quickly enough without buy-in from elected and appointed officials. There is a significant opportunity to build support among elected officials and move the needle with VBC.
  • To read the full article and papers written by the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University please view the links to the right.



Download: World Cafe Article - SALGBA 2019[Final].pdf

Download: SALGBA 2019 WORLD CAFE.pdf

Download: SALGBA Team - Problem Structuring.pdf

Download: SALGBA Team Logic Model Paper.pdf


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