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Featured Posts About the 2019 ICMA Annual Conference You Should Read Now

The heart of screenland goes high tech! Listen in on this five-minute sound bite to hear Culver City CIO Michele Williams share how her team is leading the charge in digital transformation, providing all citizens with equal and easy access to government services, digitizing interactions to empower staff, and...

We are putting the “I” back in ICMA and we need your help! In addition to being a membership-driven association promoting professionalism in local governments across the United States, ICMA implements many programs around the world that do the same. ICMA has implemented over 500 programs in more than...

Attending a large conference can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never been before. That’s why at ICMA, we have dedicated newcomer initiatives and tips designed to help you prepare and get the most out of the conference. Follow the below to-do list and you’ll be set up for success!...

ICMA University Forums at the 2019 ICMA Annual Conference are interactive, intensive training sessions designed to develop skills and enhance local government management knowledge. Taking place on Sunday, October 20 and Wednesday, October 23, the forums are limited in enrollment to 250 participants. Although there is no fee to...

The Futurism/Innovation education track at the upcoming 2019 ICMA Annual Conference is focused on how local governments are fostering innovation and adapting to challenges presented by the rapid pace of change in technology and society. In fact, one of the sessions in development for this track is titled “The...