Professional Development | Networking | Knowledge Sharing
The Local Government Management Series offers professional development for regional government organizations. All levels, ages and departments of public professionals will find the Local Government Management Series beneficial to advancing knowledge in local government topics.
Three Local Government Management (LGM) programs are offered on a quarterly basis on alternating months in 2016:
→ Local Government Management Seminars
→ Public Finance Professionals' Lunch & Learns
→ Managers' Roundtable Luncheons
Local Government Management Seminars
2016: March 31, June 30*, Sept. 22, Dec. 8
*June 30 rescheduled from June 23
Public Finance Professionals' Lunch & Learns
2016: Feb. 25, May 26, Sept. 15*, Nov. 17
*Sept. 15 rescheduled from Aug. 25
Managers' Roundtable Luncheons
2016: Jan. 28, April 28, July 28, Oct. 27
A one-time annual fee allows organizations to participate in all three programs of the 2016 series.
Cities/Counties >10k population: $390
Cities/Counties <10k population: $210
City of Abilene, City of Bel Aire, City of Andover, City of Augusta, City of Cheney, City of Clearwater, City of Derby, City of Kechi, City of McPherson, City of Moundirdge, City of Newton, City of Park City, City of Rose Hill, City of South Hutchinson, City of Valley Center, City of Wichita, City of Winfield, Butler County, Cowley County, Harvey County, Sedgwick County
Registration is per organization and allows unlimited staff participation in the series. To enroll your organization, click here or contact Paula Downs at firstname.lastname@example.org or (316) 978-6678.
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The 2016 Kansas Association of City/County Management Winter Seminar provided conversation regarding the recent tax lid legislation. More than 100 city/county managers and public finance officials attended the 2016 seminar. Highlights included legislative updates, tax lid efficiency strategties, tax lid research, shared services and self-insurance discussions and a panel on communicating value of local government to elected officials. The 2017 seminar date will be announced soon.
Paula Downs, Professional Development Manager
Wichita State University Hugo Wall School of Public Affairs