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2018 LOGMAN Spring Conference

2018 LOGMAN Spring Conference

WHEN: May 16-18, 2018; WHERE: Lake Tahoe, Nevada WHERE: Hard Rock Hotel, 50 US-50, Stateline, NV 89449

LOGMAN Membership

How to Become a Member Two levels of membership are available: Corporate Membership (Active) includes city managers, county managers, chief appointed officers, chief executive officers, assistant city managers and assistant county managers in a Nevada city, town or county or of a council of government or general improvement district. Associate Membership includes persons working full time as an assistant to the city/county manager, management analyst, project manager or other position supporting the management of local government or leadership roles for general administration. Associate membership also includes persons in states contiguous to Nevada who meet active membership requirements.     Download the Membership Application Any questions? Contact Felicia Littky, ICMA State & Affiliate Relations / LOGMAN Secretariat  

LOGMAN 2017 Spring Conference Highlights

Highlights of the 2017 Spring Conference!

LOGMAN Contacts and Links

LOGMAN LEADERSHIP President Orlando SanchezDeputy City ManagerCity of Las Vegas495 S. Main Street, 7th FloorCity Manager's OfficeLas Vegas, NV 89101-2927Phone: (702) 229-6501Email: osanchez@lasvegasnevada.gov Vice President Sabra NewbyCity ManagerCity of Reno1 East First Street - 15th FloorReno, NV 89501Phone (775) 622-2045Email: newbys@reno.gov ICMA Liaison Kevin Duggan, ICMA West Coast Regional Director email: kduggan@ma.orgic National Organizations Alliance for Innovation American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) International City/County Management Association National Association of Counties (NACo) National League of Cities Nevada organizations: ASPA - Southern Nevada Chapter MyNevada.gov Nevada Association of Counties Nevada League of Cities California organizations: Cal-ICMA

LOGMAN Resources

Quick Links Professional Development ICMA Next Generation Initiative Internships Credentialing Areas for Collaboration Purchasing Professional Development The Alliance for InnovationWebcastsSeminars, Workshops and Events International City/County Management AssociationICMA UniversityVoluntary Credentialing ProgramLeadership ICMA  Emerging Leaders Development Program National Association of Counties (NACo)Leadership DevelopmentTraining & Technical Assistance National League of CitiesLeadership Training Institute Research Alliance for Innovation - Knowledge Network ICMA Resource Center National League of Cities Research Reports ICMA Next Generation Initiative ICMA, in partnership with a number of affiliate organizations, has developed a series of activities and programs designed to help local governments educate, attract, develop and retain individuals of all ages: from school-age children to mid-career assistants and department heads to professionals from other disciplines. This "Next Generation Initiative" focuses on attracting a wide and diverse group of people into the local government management profession and on developing and mentoring interns and early-to-mid-career professionals who are already in the field. Internships ICMA Next Generation Initiative ICMA Local Government Management Fellowship Nevada Local Government Internships Resources Preparing the Next Generation—A Guide for Current and Future Local Government Managers ICMA has prepared a resource book to inspire young and mid-career professionals and to help the senior public manager prepare, develop, and motivate the next generation. The guide compiles information and data obtained from interviews, survey research, and best practices identified by a working group from the City Managers Department of the League of California Cities and others through a partnership with the California City Management Foundation and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA). Model Internship Guidelines Internship Toolkit Credentialing The ICMA Voluntary Credentialing Program is a means of defining and recognizing an individual ICMA member who is a professional local government manager qualified by a combination of education and experience, adherence to high standards of integrity, and an assessed commitment to lifelong learning and professional development. The Voluntary Credentialing Program offers an opportunity for interested ICMA members to quantify the unique expertise they bring to their communities. The program also assists ICMA members in guiding and focusing their lifelong professional development experience. Members who participate in the program may earn the designation of ICMA Credentialed Manager granted by the ICMA Executive Board. Information on becoming an ICMA Credentialed Manager Areas for Collaboration Purchasing Nevada Public Purchasing The Nevada Public Purchasing Study Commission (NRS 332.215) advises the state legislature on matters relating to public purchasing. The commission is composed of two smaller groups: Northern Nevada Consortium for Cooperative Purchasing and the Public Purchasing Professionals Association (Southern Nevada/Clark County). Both groups ensure cooperative purchasing among government entities and allow for cooperative bidding that retains better prices for all involved. Each governmental entity has the right to use another governmental entity’s contract. Contacts are provided below to become involved with either group. Northern NevadaJohn Balentine, Washoe County PurchasingOffice: (775) 328-2280 Fax: (775) 328-3696e-mail: jbalentine@washoecounty.us Southern NevadaYolanda Jones, Clark County PurchasingOffice: (702) 455-3163Fax: (702) 386-4914e-mail: yolandaj@co.clark.nv.us Cost Saving Programs for Counties U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance

LOGMAN Conferences

  LOGMAN 2017 Annual Conference May 11-12, 2017; Lake Tahoe   LOGMAN 2016 Annual Conference May 12-13, 2016; Lake Tahoe   LOGMAN 2015 Annual Conference May 14-15, 2015; Lake Tahoe   LOGMAN 2014 Annual Conference May 15-17, 2014; Stateline   LOGMAN 2012 Annual Conference May 10-12, 2012; Lake Tahoe   LOGMAN 2011 Annual Conference July 22-23; Stateline

LOGMAN Board of Directors & Meeting History

President Orlando SanchezDeputy City ManagerCity of Las Vegas495 S. Main Street, 7th FloorCity Manager's OfficeLas Vegas, NV 89101-2927Phone: (702) 229-6501Email: osanchez@lasvegasnevada.gov   Vice- President Sabra Smith-Newby City Manager City of Reno PO Box 1900 Reno, NV 89505-1900 Phone: (775) 622-2045 Email: newbys@reno.gov Director Christine VuletichAssistant County Manager, Finance and AdministrationWashoe County1001 E. Ninth Street, Bldg. AReno, NV 89512Phone: (775) 328-2016Email: CVuletich@washoecounty.us   Director Kathleen E. WalpoleManagement Analyst IIClark County500 S Grand Central Pkwy FL 6Las Vegas, NV 89155-4502Phone: (607)592-0622Email:  Kathleen.Walpole@ClarkCountyNV.gov Past President Jeffrey PageCounty ManagerLyon County27 S Main St Yerington, NV 89447Phone: (775) 463-6531Fax:email: jpage@lyon-county.org Board Agendas & Minutes LOGMAN Board Meeting Monday, October 24, 2011 Minutes LOGMAN Board Meeting Friday, March 5, 2010Conference CallAgenda LOGMAN Business MeetingSaturday, June 12, 2009Harvey's Lake Tahoe, StatelineMinutes LOGMAN Board MeetingMonday, April 13, 2009Conference CallAgenda   Minutes LOGMAN Business MeetingTuesday, February 24, 2009The Plaza Conference Center, Carson CityAgenda  Minutes LOGMAN Board MeetingTuesday, September 30, 2008Conference CallAgenda LOGMAN Business MeetingThursday, July 24, 2008The Ridge TahoeAgendaMinutes LOGMAN Business MeetingSaturday, April 19, 2008Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe ResortAgenda LOGMAN Board MeetingFriday, February 15, 2008Conference CallAgenda LOGMAN Business MeetingFriday, November 1, 2007City of Las VegasAgenda LOGMAN Business MeetingMonday, June 25, 2007Conference CallAgendaMinutes LOGMAN Business MeetingFriday, February 23, 2007Carson City, NevadaAgendaPERS Presentation LOGMAN Board MeetingFriday, January 12, 2007City of Las VegasAgenda

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