How to Contribute
Public engagement is critical to the entire NCA4 process. Learn more about opportunities to get involved:
Register Interest in Being a Technical Contributor
Chapter teams have been assembled, but there may still be ways to contribute. If you are interested in being considered as a technical contributor, please contact our NCA4 team.
Submit Technical Inputs
The call for technical inputs for NCA4 closed on January 15, 2017. Information about the closed Federal Register Notice and others can be found on our Notices page. If you wish to share additional information or technical inputs (peer-reviewed literature, gray literature, case studies, etc.) with the chapter author teams, you may do so here. Please note that inputs received early in the process (such as those received during the open call) are more likely to shape chapter development.
Regional Workshops (COMPLETE)
Regional Engagement Workshops were held in each of our 10 NCA4 regions from February-March 2017. More information, including dates and locations, can be found here.
Be a Reviewer
A critical component of NCA4 success is a robust, inclusive, and transparent public review process. NCA4 is slated to be released for public comment in the Fall of 2017, but look for other opportunities to contribute along the way at globalchange.gov/notices.
We invite you to join NCAnet, a network of nearly 200 organizations working with the NCA team to engage producers and users of assessment information across the United States. Participants extend the NCA process and products to a broad audience through the development of assessment-related capacities and products. More information can be found at ncanet.usgcrp.gov.