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To increase the knowledge and ability of local government managers throughout the state, strengthen the quality of local government in Nevada through professional management, education, training, and mutual information exchange.
To provide a vehicle for cooperation with the Nevada Association of Counties (NACo), the Nevada League of Cities (NLC), the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and the Alliance for Innovation.
Become a LOGMAN Member Today! 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 Us
Professional Development Next Generation Initiative Credentialing Areas for Collaboration Professional Development The Alliance for Innovation Virtual Learning In Person Events Innovation Academy Research and Publications International City/County Management Association ICMA University Voluntary Credentialing Program ICMA Coaching Emerging Leaders Development Research and Publications National Association of Counties (NACo) Education and Training Reports and Toolkits Counties Futures Lab National League of Cities NLC University Research and Publications 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. The 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 Resources Management Internships: A Guidebook for Local Governments Credentialing The ICMA Voluntary Credentialing Program recognizes professional local government managers qualified by a combination of education and experience, adherence to high standards of integrity, and an assessed commitment to lifelong learning and professional development. Managers are recognized by ICMA through a peer review credentialing process, and this self-directed 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 focusing and reflecting upon 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. ICMA Credentialed Managers are viewed with growing distinction by local governing bodies and progressive, civically engaged communities. 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 Nevada John Balentine, Washoe County Purchasing Southern Nevada Yolanda Jones, Clark County Purchasing Cost Saving Tools for Counties U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance
Officers President Sabra Newby City Manager, Reno President Elect Kevin Schiller Assistant County Manager, Clark County Sectretary/Treasurer Christine Vuletich Assistant County Manager, Finance and Administration, Washoe County Past President Orlando Sanchez Board Members Jennifer Lances Chief of Staff, Reno Al Noyola City Manager, Boulder City Ted Olivas Chief of Staff, City of Las Vegas Kathleen Walpole Management Analyst II, Clark County Board Minutes LOGMAN Board Meeting: May 17, 2018