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    Performance Management and Compensation of NCRA Staff

    For NCRA Staff For the Executive Director & CEO Performance management and compensation of NCRA staff The NCRA Board of Directors establishes strategic direction to be undertaken by the association for the benefit of its members.  Pursuant to Article XIII of the NCRA Constitution and Bylaws the ED & CEO is responsible for hiring and managing staff sufficient to carry out this strate…

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  • Strategic Alliances

    Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Alliance The purpose of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Alliance (DHHA) is to focus on federal public policy that can improve the quality of life for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, and all people with hearing loss. The DHHA’s major objective is to provide a forum whereby relevant information can be shared, plans made and actions taken for collaborative and mutua…

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  • History of NCRA

    Celebrating Over 100 Years As the 19th century came to a close, the movement to form a national association for stenographers sprang up against a backdrop of great upheaval and change in the United States. The Wild West was living up to its name with the likes of Billy the Kid, Wild Bill Hickok and Jesse James capturing the headlines and the imaginations of Americans everywhere. The Industrial Rev…

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  • Finances and Operations

    The Board of Directors of the National Court Reporters Association is committed to governing the affairs of the association in an open and transparent manner.  Above and beyond the legal and financial disclosures required by law, the Board makes the following information available to its members:

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  • About Intersteno

    What is Intersteno? Founded in 1887, Intersteno (officially the International Federation for Information and Communications Processing) is an international association dedicated to: “capturing the spoken words in all environments and by different techniques and technologies and presenting it in various formats to various categories of users…, processing texts and text related data for communicatio…

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  • Publications

    NCRA offers members a number of print and online publications and resources aimed to keep court reporters, captioners, legal videographers, and students of these professions up-to-date on the issues affecting their careers.

    Categories: Advertising, Sponsorship, About NCRA

  • NCRA Privacy Policy

    How we use what we learn We use the information you provide to us to carry out NCRA’s mission and relevant programs and activities, to fulfill our contractual obligations, and for performing marketing studies and development research so that we may keep you apprised of upcoming events and other offerings that we believe may be of interest to you. Also, we may use the information to help us create …

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  • NCRA Alliances

    The National Court Reporters Association maintains strong ties to a number of organizations. International NCRA is honored to be the national group officially designated by Intersteno to represent the United States. Recording history NCRA, in conjunction with its philanthropic arm, the National Court Reporters Foundation, has established relationships with a number of organizations to help make or…

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  • Contact Us

    Education & Certification Certification and testing: testing@ncra.org Certified Legal Video Specialist (CLVS) program: clvs@ncra.org Continuing education: continuinged@ncra.org Schools and program development: schools@ncra.org

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