National Governors Association is a bipartisan organization headquartered in Washington, DC.
The NGA is a bipartisan organization member consisting of the nation’s governors. It was established in 1908 and is considered the nation’s most trusted/respected public organization.
NGA supports state governors with services ranging from assistance with representing states on Capitol Hill to other federal issues relevant to each state.
Additionally, the NGA offers an advocacy mission for government relations. NGA manages the relationship between the state and federal government agencies, commissions, and boards. The objective is to represent the governor’s views to help shape federal policy with communications with congressional members and administration officials.
- Montana Governor – Steve Bullock – NGA Chair
- Maryland Governor – Larry Hogan – NGA Vice Chair
- Scott Pattison – Executive Director
National Governors Association
444 North Capitol Street
Washington, D.C. 20001
Phone: (202) 624-5300