The League of Women in Government serves as the umbrella organization to support local and...
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LOCAL GOV LIFE PODCASTS
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How Goodyear, Arizona, implemented and communicated a core-value program that increased employee satisfaction.
This case will set legal rules for local government regulation of guns outside the home.
Ideas on how to build a life beyond the superficial things and focus on the state of your well-being through resilience.
Congratulations to local government professionals who are newly joined, transfers in status (membership upgrades), and reinstatements as full ICMA members.
Congratulations to these recently retired ICMA members who have been granted Life membership.
Congratulations to the following ICMA members on their recent local government appointments.
ICMA recognizes communities for their commitment to the principles of performance management.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are key considerations in the recruitment and retention of a talented and effective workforce that reflects the community it serves.
Bill pending in the House (S3011, passed by consent in the Senate), would give local governments greater flexibility and clarity on eligible uses of ARPA funds, including disaster recovery expenses