Plain Language Training
Good writing is the law. The Plain Writing Act of 2010 requires Feds to write in a clear, easily understood style. There are Federal Plain Language Guidelines to help, but the guidance is over 100 pages long. However, following 5 simple rules will improve your writing significantly and make it far more “readable.”
Christine Heflin, the Department Evaluation Officer and Plain Language Fanatic in the Office of the Under Secretary for Economic Affairs, will cover the essentials of plain language and why it is so important to good government.
This training will be recorded and will be viewable later on this page.
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