Women make up a mere 20 percent of Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs) at local governments. How can we change this?
Posts Tagged: icma
A report released by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in Jan. 2019 points to selected examples of local governments that have excelled in increasing diversity and inclusion. The report culminates in new findings and recommendations that may be useful for local leaders.
The 104th ICMA Annual Conference is expected to welcome more than 3,000 local government professionals to the Baltimore Convention Center Sept. 23-26.
There are 44 positions on www.governmentjobs.com with social media in the job description and this will rise in 2013. Starting and carrying out these programs can be daunting but the number of qualified applicants for these positions is growing as well. As more and more public agencies migrate data and information into the cloud andRead… Read more »
Whether you are attending the ICMA conference or not, we want to make sure you have access to the vital tech-related information being covered at this event for City/County Managers all over the globe. Today, Granicus revealed this ICMA News Portal to keep you connected. Check out our schedule and get involved in the discussionRead… Read more »
Nonprofit Code for America was founded to help the brightest minds of the Web 2.0 generation transform local governments. What if, instead of cutting services or raising taxes, your town could leverage the power of the Web to become more efficient, transparent, and participatory? Stop by the Code for America booth (129) in the ExhibitRead… Read more »
It’s been a little while, but I have a few upcoming posts on performance management. In the meantime, here are a few upcoming events that are of relevance in the government performance management realm: The Community Indicators Consortium (CIC) holds its international conference in Bellevue, Washington this year on Oct 1-2. CIC is a greatRead… Read more »