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Two-days, six regions, for #localgov professionals at every career level.
ICMA University's mission is to advance the profession of local government management through learning and skills enhancement.
ICMA's Voluntary Credentialing Program recognizes professional local government managers and promotes lifelong learning.
What role will you play in shaping the future of the local government profession?ICMA's NextUp initiative is a multifaceted approach to developing and growing the local government management profession, those who aspire to serve in leadership roles, and the organizations and communities they serve. NextUp promotes membership in ICMA, which provides access to important resources and a professional network that can help local government staff achieve their leadership goals.THE NextUp Initiative is for...Local government managers who know the ability to successfully lead their communities includes a strong organization supported by skilled and ethical staff membersLocal government staff who desire to develop their professional skills, excel within their organization and advance to local government leadership rolesYou Are NextUp. Get Started Below.ManagersStaff
ICMA offers affordable membership for entry-level, mid-management and department directors.
ICMA offers an academic membership for students, full-time academics, and interns.
ICMA's services and resources provide a global context for over 400 members outside the United States representing over 30 countries.
ICMA is proud to have a membership base of over 10,000+ local government management professionals.
Reach out to a new member in your area, get up-to-date contact information or find members by jurisdiction.
Groups provide local government professionals the opportunity to connect with colleagues, discuss a shared interest, or collaborate on a project.
Resources for short and long term emergency management can be located within this ICMA Smart Search.
ICMA Mountain Plains Regional Director Karen Daly has collected accounts from several managers, most of whom are still grappling with the long-term recovery process.
Budgets are getting harder to balance. The good news for strained local agencies is that there is usually untapped revenue if you know where to look.
With limited resources, technology can help local governments do more. Here are three technologies that every government needs.
Climate change is posing an immediate threat to local governments. Here are some tips to help you plan for and adapt to climate change in your community.
All organizations can find value in having an effective sexual harassment policy in place.
Young leaders from U.S. local governments report on visits to Southeast Asian countries to learn how they are addressing sustainability challenges.
To map out the technology requirements your community needs, download the infographic titled On the Road to Digital Transformation: Transforming the Constituent Experience.
Organization will be led by a woman president and president-elect for the first time.
Advice for Public Managers Now a New ICMA E-Book
Cal-ICMA's 2018 ICMA Annual Conference scholarship recipients relate their experiences in Baltimore, Maryland.
A summary of the conversation at the 2018 ICMA Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Images of NACA members and events at the 2018 ICMA Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.