Search

NACo > Legislation & Policy > Washington Watch > Posts > ​National Council of County Association Executives (NCCAE) Holds 2014 Presidents and Executive Directors Meeting in Washington, DC
January 12
​National Council of County Association Executives (NCCAE) Holds  2014 Presidents and Executive Directors Meeting in Washington, DC

chasebbw.png
NACo Executive Director Matt Chase (right) addresses representatives of the National Council of County Association Executives (NCCAE) at White House briefing held to discuss county issues and priorities. David Agnew (right), Deputy Assistant to the President and Director, White House Intergovernmental Affairs, also spoke at the briefing.

This week the National Council of County Association Executives (NCCAE) held the 2014 Presidents and Executive Directors Meeting on January 8-10 in Washington, D.C.  With almost every state accounted for, the annual meeting brought together representatives from across the country to discuss state association relationships and initiatives, and examine the federal political landscape.

On January 10, NACCE representatives were joined by the National Association of Counties (NACo) officers to discuss county issues and priorities at a special White House briefing.  Several administration officials participated including David Agnew, Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs; Denis O’Donnell, Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance for the U.S. Department of Justice; and Victor Mendez, Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Transportation. 

About NCCAE

The National Council of County Association Executives provides a vehicle through which its membership improves the administration of the various associations of counties and associations of county officials. It also provides a forum through which its membership meets and exchanges information of importance to the executives of state associations of counties. Additionally, it assists, in accordance with the policy determinations of the council, the National Association of Counties in its efforts to promote and improve county government.

Comments

There are no comments for this post.