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2016-2017 NACo Annual Report

A Year of New Opportunities for Counties

A YEAR OF NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR COUNTIES

Change is the only constant in Washington, D.C., and with that change, 2016-2017 held many opportunities for the nation’s counties, parishes and boroughs.

NACo began the year in a new headquarters (featured on the cover of this report), colocated with the National League of Cities. We created a local government innovation center with more opportunities for county-city collaboration and  outreach to external partners.

With the new Congress and new administration, NACo seized the opportunity to inform new leaders about counties’ vast responsibilities and how federal policies impact us every day.

We achieved significant policy victories and will continue to fight for county priorities at the federal level.

As we advocate for counties at the federal level, we are not waiting for the federal government to act. With our state association and affiliate partners, we are driving progress and solutions at the state and local levels. Through NACo’s initiatives, conferences, peer exchanges, webinars and other events, thousands of county leaders pursued opportunities to address our communities’ needs – the devastating opioid epidemic, people with mental illnesses in our jails, transportation and infrastructure innovations, rural poverty and economic opportunity, early childhood development, technology and much more.

We delivered enterprise solutions to save taxpayers millions of dollars, and we expanded our signature civic education resources, informing the public – especially America’s youth – that counties matter.

At a time when our nation is politically divided, NACo is focused on advancing civil discourse and achieving results. NACo reflects our membership, delivering resources to help counties succeed.

At the local level and at NACo, we cannot afford partisan gridlock and political acrimony. We press forward to create healthy, vibrant and safe counties across the United States.

The 2016-17 Annual Report provides a snapshot of NACo’s accomplishments on behalf of the nation’s 3,069 counties.

Membership

75% of the nation's county, parish and borough governments are NACo members

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Policy Advocacy

Twenty-five NACo members testified before Congress.

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Policy Advocacy

Major Accomplishments

Flawed “Waters of the U.S.” regulation sent back to the drawing board

Implementation of the new 2015 ozone rule delayed for one year

EPA’s Risk Management Rule delayed for two years

Bureau of Land Management Planning 2.0 rule repealed

U.S. House Bipartisan Task Force on Intergovernmental Affairs created

21st Century Cures Act passed, reauthorizing major justice and mental health grant program and providing additional resources to combat opioid epidemic

Preserved $3 billion for CDBG and $950 million for HOME

Secured full funding for the Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program at $465 million for 2017

Highlighted county infrastructure priorities during Infrastructure Week

Fought to protect tax-exempt municipal bonds

Secured seat on new FAA National Drone Advisory Council

Produced new advocacy toolkits to assist county officials

Met with all 62 new members of Congress

Recognized 85 members of Congress who are former county officials

Advised the newly created White House Task Force on Agriculture and Rural Prosperity

Led the local response to FEMA’s Disaster Deductible proposal

Presented congressional testimony on public lands management, transportation and infrastructure, federal regulations, National Flood Insurance Program, the Endangered Species Act and other county priorities

NACo members received new tools to assist with advocacy efforts

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Focusing on major opportunities and threats, including:

Medicaid and health reform | Transportation and infrastructure — including FAA reauthorization | Preserving the tax-exempt status of municipal bonds, the key financing tool counties use to builds roads, schools, hospitals and public facilities | Maintaining the federal deductibility of state and local taxes | Representing counties in FEMA disaster deductible proposals and other federal regulatory reform efforts| Advocating for long-term PILT/SRS certainty and active forest management | Reauthorizing the National Flood Insurance Program | Engaging the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers in rewriting “Waters of the U.S.” rule | Protecting local decision-making in Property Assessed Clean Energy programs | Supporting rural development programs | Preserving Social Services Block Grants and the Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program

Ideas and
Innovation

County officials addressed major challenges, including opioid abuse and the mental health crisis in county jails

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Ideas and Innovation

Stepping Up: A National Initiative to Reduce the Number of People with Mental Illnesses in Jails

NACo, in partnership with the Council of State Governments Justice Center, the American Psychiatric Association Foundation and other supporters, celebrated the initiative’s two-year anniversary with more than 2,000 people in person and online

More than 375 counties passed resolutions to join the initiative

NACo-National League of Cities Task Force on the Opioid Epidemic promoted policy, funding and best practices through a comprehensive report, “A Prescription for Action: Local Leadership in Ending the Opioid Crisis,” and town halls, webinars and briefings

605 Achievement Awards were given to 108 counties in 29 states

Brilliant Ideas at Work

NACo President Byran Desloge’s “Brilliant Ideas at Work” identified 100 of the best innovations in county government and launched an interactive online, searchable publication

Counties Futures Lab

Rebranded and realigned NACo’s Research Department to launch the Counties Futures Lab, focusing on county governance and management issues — and grounded in analytics, data and knowledge sharing

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Partnered with Public Technology Institute to strengthen technology in county government and connect elected officials and technology professionals

Additional signtature products include:

MacArthur Foundation Safety & Justice Challenge | Data-Driven Justice Initiative | County Health Rankings and Roadmaps | Healthy Counties Initiative | Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge | Resilient Counties Initiative | Arts and Culture Initiative | Stronger Economies in Coal-Reliant Places | Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Technical Assistance | SolSmart Initiative | National Cohesive Wildland Fire Strategy Coordination | Improving Community Resilience through Risk Modeling | Naturally Resilient Infrastructure Toolkit | Advancing Innovation in Transportation and Economic Development | Coordinating Military Bases and Local Governments | Rural Bicycle and Pedestrian Design Guide Assistance

Leadership
Development

Leadership training provides another outlet to exchange ideas and strengthen skills to serve residents

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Leadership
Development

Nearly 100 webinars and conference workshop recordings – including leadership topics like civic education, civility and integrity and communications – with more than 5,000 attendees and viewers

With Harvard University’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, NACo brought together 23 county elected executives and other leaders for a peer exchange focused on county innovation and leadership development

Enterprise
Solutions

Saving taxpayer dollars and providing value added resources are top priorities for NACo and our members

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Enterprise Solutions

Civic Education

Enriching the public’s understanding of county government

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Civic Education

iCivics – NACo, in partnership with iCivics, unveiled new and im- proved civic education resources: the County Solutions curriculum and the Counties Work online game.

Produced 24 issues of County News, along with special editions on homelessness and mental illness in jails

NACo.org and County Explorer

Over 3 million page views and more than 1.6 million sessions, an increase of nearly six percent. County Explorer includes the latest data for 3,069 counties across 19 categories, over 100 datasets, more than 1,000 indicators and 15 county profiles

Livestreaming

Broadcast 12 live events online, ranging from a town hall on the opioid epidemic, to Capitol Hill briefings and panel discussions on the Stepping Up Initiative, local infrastructure investments, human trafficking and homelessness, among others

Video (YouTube and Facebook)

More than 37,900 views on YouTube and Facebook – an increase of over 62 percent – accounting for 35 days and 12 hours of watch time

2017-2018
Presidential Initiative

Serving the Underserved: Counties Addressing Poverty

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2017-2018 Presidential Initiative

Under the leadership of incoming NACo President Roy Charles Brooks, NACo will raise awareness of the critical role counties play in breaking the cycle of poverty. NACo will also provide tools to strengthen efforts to address this issue as we help to build healthy, vibrant and safe counties across the United States.

While counties put people first, poverty can push them to the end of the line. This is particularly true for our nation’s children, who are impacted by poverty more than any other age group. In fact, adverse childhood experiences can impact infants for the rest of their lives.

As the ultimate safety net, county investments and leadership in early childhood development will lower future costs in county health, child welfare, safety and justice services. Counties also forge partnerships with the public, private and non-profit sectors at the federal, state and local levels to remove barriers, build opportunities and address the many faces of poverty in America.

NACo will raise awareness of the critical role counties play in breaking the cycle of poverty, especially with our children.

Financials

NACo ended 2016 with a net operating surplus of $1,204,297. Total operating revenue of $20,904,141 reflects 6.4 percent growth over 2015, driven primarily by continued growth in sales from the U.S. Communities Purchasing Alliance program. Total operating expenses grew 4.8 percent over the prior year to $19,699,844.

NACo Leadership

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

PRESIDENT
Hon. Bryan Desloge
Commissioner
Leon County, Fla.

FIRST VICE PRESIDENT
Hon. Roy Charles Brooks
Commissioner
Tarrant County, Texas

SECOND VICE PRESIDENT
Hon. Greg Cox
Supervisor
San Diego County, Calif.

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Hon. G. Riki Hokama
Council Member
Maui County, Hawaii

REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES

NORTHEAST REGION REPRESENTATIVE
Hon. Christian Leinbach
Commission Chair
Berks County, Pa.

SOUTH REGION REPRESENTATIVE
Hon. Merceria L. Ludgood
Commissioner
Mobile County, Ala.

CENTRAL REGION REPRESENTATIVE
Hon. Cindy Bobbitt
Commissioner
Grant County, Okla.

WEST REGION REPRESENTATIVE
Hon. Gordon Cruickshank
Commission Chair
Valley County, Idaho

STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRS

NACo FINANCE STANDING COMMITTEE
Roy Charles Brooks
Commissioner
Tarrant County, Texas

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
Hon. Lew Gaiter, III
Commissioner
Larimer County, Colo.

PROGRAMS AND SERVICES COMMITTEE
Hon. Keith Carson
Supervisor
Alameda County, Calif.

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
Timothy McCormick
Commission President
Ohio County, W.Va.

STEERING COMMITTEE CHAIRS

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Luis Sanchez
Commissioner
Midland County, Texas

COMMUNITY, ECONOMIC AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Renee Price
Commissioner
Orange County, N.C.

ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY AND LAND USE STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Gary W. Moore
County Judge/Executive
Boone County, Ky.

FINANCE, PENSIONS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Chip LaMarca
Commissioner
Broward County, Fla.

HEALTH STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Clay Jenkins
County Judge
Dallas County, Texas

HUMAN SERVICES AND EDUCATION STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Nancy Sharpe
Commissioner
Arapahoe County, Colo.

JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Sally A. Heyman
Commissioner
Miami-Dade County, Fla.

PUBLIC LANDS STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Tommie Cline Martin
Supervisor
Gila County, Ariz.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Joe Briggs
Commissioner
Cascade County, Mt

TRANSPORTATION STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Peter McLaughlin
Commissioner
Hennepin County, Mn

Caucus Chairs

LUCC STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. Jim McDonough
Commissioner
Ramsey County, Minn.

RAC STEERING COMMITTEE
Hon. J.D. Clark
County Judge
Wise County, Texas

WESTERN INTERSTATE REGION
Hon. Joel Bousman
Commissioner
Sublette County, Wyo.

NACo Board of Directors

Hon. Ikaika Anderson
Councilmember
Honolulu City and County, Hawaii

Hon. Allan F. Angel
Levy Court Commissioner
Kent County, Del.

Hon. Jhonathan Aragon
Commissioner
Valencia County, N.M.

Col. John E. Aubrey
Sheriff
Louisville Jefferson County Metro Government, Ky.

Mr. Orrin E. Bailey
CEO, Six County Employment Alliance
Michigan Works! The Job Force Board, Mich.

Hon. Rushern L. Baker, III
County Executive
Prince George’s County, Md.

Hon. Peter Baldacci
Commissioner
Penobscot County, Maine

Hon. Ronnie Beale
Commissioner
Macon County, N.C.

Hon. John M. Becker
Board Chairman
Madison County, N.Y.

Hon. Alisha R. Bell
Commissioner
Wayne County, Mich.

Ms. Jessica Beyer
Communications Manager & Business Analyst
Blue Earth County, Minn.

Hon. Cindy Bobbitt
Commissioner
Grant County, Okla.

Hon. Mary Ann Borgeson
Commissioner
Douglas County, Neb.

Hon. Joel Bousman
Commissioner
Sublette County, Wyo.

Hon. Blair H. Brady
Commissioner
Wahkiakum County, Wash.

Hon. Thomas Brady
Commissioner, Chair
Coos County, N.H.

Hon. Doug Breidenthal
Commissioner
Jackson County, Ore.

Hon. Joe Briggs
Commission Chair
Cascade County, Mont.

Hon. Roy Charles Brooks
Commissioner
Tarrant County, Texas

Mr. Timothy W. Brown
Senior Planner
Walton County, Fla.

Mr. Randy Burkhardt
Assistant Director, Parks, Trails & Building Grounds
Douglas County, Colo.

Hon. Jon H. Burrows
Judge
Bell County, Texas

Ms. Jeri Bush
Division Director Volunteer Center
Leon County, Fla.

Hon. Welton G. Cadwell
Commissioner
Lake County, Fla.

Hon. Janet Carlson
Commissioner
Marion County, Ore.

Hon. Keith Carson
Supervisor
Alameda County, Calif.

Hon. Toni Carter
Commissioner
Ramsey County, Minn.

Hon. J.D. Clark
County Judge
Wise County, Texas

Hon. Sallie Clark
Commissioner
El Paso County, Colo.

Hon. George B. Cole
Councilmember
Sussex County, Del.

Hon. Guy Cormier
Parish President
St. Martin Parish, La.

Hon. Greg Cox
Supervisor
San Diego County, Calif.

Mr. Nicholas Crossley
Director, Emergency Management & Homeland Security
Hamilton County, Ohio

Hon. Gordon Cruickshank
Commissioner, Chair
Valley County, Idaho

Hon. Kenneth A. Dahlstedt
Commissioner
Skagit County, Wash.

Hon. Bryan Desloge
Commissioner
Leon County, Fla.

Hon. Kathryn E. Dodge
Assembly Member
Fairbanks North Star Borough, Ark.

Hon. Jerry Doucette
Commission Chair
Alger County, Mich.

Hon. Daryl Dukart
Commissioner
Dunn County, N.D.

Hon. George Dunlap
Commissioner
Mecklenburg County, N.C.

Hon. Lenny Eliason
Commissioner
Athens County, Ohio

Hon. Rodney Ellis
Commissioner
Harris County, Texas

Ms. Phyllis A. Errico
General Counsel
Virginia Association of Counties, Va.

Hon. Bernard Fazzini
Commissioner
Harrison County, W.Va.

Hon. Richard M. Forster
Supervisor
Amador County, Calif.

Hon. Amy Fowler
Commissioner
Waldo County, Maine

Hon. Bob Fox
Commissioner
Renville County, Minn.

Hon. Lew Gaiter, III
Commissioner
Larimer County, Colo.

Hon. Kerry W. Gibson
Commissioner
Weber County, Utah

Hon. W. Larry Givens
Commissioner
Umatilla County, Ore.

Mr. Jim Golgart
Veteran Services Officer
Le Sueur County, Minn.

Mr. Gilbert Gonzales
Mental Health Director
Bexar County, Texas

Hon. Keith Goodwin
Commissioner
Otero County, Colo.

Hon. Gregg Goslin
Commissioner
Cook County, Ill.

Hon. Loren Grosskopf
Commissioner
Park County, Wyo.

Hon. H. Scott Harnsberger, III
Treasurer
Fremont County, Wyo.

Hon. George Hartwick, III
Commissioner
Dauphin County, Pa.

Hon. Joe Andy Helton
Supervisor
Leake County, Miss.

Hon. Sally Heyman
Commissioner
Miami-Dade County, Fla.

Hon. Connie Hickman
Justice of the Peace
Navarro County, Texas

Hon. Ron Hickman
Sheriff
Harris County, Texas

Hon. G. Riki Hokama
Councilmember
Maui County, Hawaii

Hon. Stephen H. Holt
Collector of Revenue
Jasper County, Mont.

Hon. Helen L. Holton
Councilmember
Baltimore City, Md.

Hon. Melvyn Houser
Supervisor
Pottawattamie County, Iowa

Hon. Judy Beth Hutcherson
Treasurer
Clark County, Ark.

Hon. Anthony Hyde
Commissioner, Chair
Columbia County, Ore.

Hon. Patrick Irwin
Commissioner
Pershing County, Nev.

Hon. Teresa Jacobs
Mayor
Orange County, Fla.

Hon. Michael K. Jeanes
Clerk of the Court
Maricopa County, Ariz.

Hon. B. Ray Jeffers
Commissioner
Person County, N.C.

Hon. Kathleen Jimino
County Executive
Rensselaer County, N.Y.

Mr. Eric Johnson
Executive Director
Washington State Association of Counties, Wash.

Hon. Larry L. Johnson
Commissioner
DeKalb County, Ga.

Hon. Randy Johnson
Commissioner
Hennepin County, Minn.

Hon. Tracey A. Johnson
Commissioner
Washington County, N.C.

Hon. Arryl Kaneshiro
Councilmember
Kauai County, Hawaii

Mr. Eugene Kinlow
Director, Office of Federal & Regional Affairs
District of Columbia, D.C.

Hon. Marilyn Kirkpatrick
Commissioner
Clark County, Nev.

Hon. Evelyn L. Kolbe
Commissioner
Oceana County, Mich.

Hon. KipuKai L.P. Kuali‘i
Councilmember
Kauai County, Hawaii

Hon. William B. Kyger, Jr.
Chair
Rockingham County, Va.

Mr. Edward Labrador
Director
Broward County, Fla.

Hon. Chip LaMarca
Commissioner
Broward County, Fla.

Mr. David Douglas Lasher
County Treasurer
Clark County, Wash.

Hon. Christian Leinbach
Commission Chair
Berks County, Pa.

Hon. Deborah A. Lieberman
Commissioner
Montgomery County, Ohio

Hon. Merceria L. Ludgood
Commissioner
Mobile County, Ala.

Hon. Mark H. Luttrell, Jr.
County Mayor
Shelby County, Tenn.

Hon. George Maglaras
Commissioner, Chair
Strafford County, N.H.

Hon. Richard Malm
Commissioner
Jefferson County, Kan.

Hon. Dru Mamo Kanuha
Councilmember
Hawaii County, Hawaii

Hon. Tyler Massey
Treasurer
Hidalgo County, N.M.

Hon. Timothy P. McCormick
Commission President
Ohio County, W.Va.

Hon. Jim McDonough
Commissioner
Ramsey County, Minn.

Hon. Michael McGinley
Commissioner, Chair
Beaverhead County, Mont.

Hon. Gary McGrane
Commissioner
Franklin County, Maine

Mr. Timothy K. McGuire
Executive Director
Michigan Association of Counties, Mich.

Hon. Robert H. McQuade
Assessor
Ada County, Idaho

Hon. Karen M. Miller
Associate Commissioner
Boone County, Mo.

Hon. Sharon Green Middleton
Councilmember
Baltimore City, Md.

Ms. Carol Moehrle
Public Health Director - Idaho North Central District
Nez Perce County, Idaho

Hon. Harrison A. Moody
Supervisor
Dinwiddie County, Va.

Hon. Waymon Mumford
Councilmember
Florence County, S.C.

Hon. David L. Nicholson
Circuit Court Clerk
Louisville Jefferson County Metro Government, Ky.

Hon. Richard Oden
Chairman & CEO
Rockdale County, Ga.

Hon. Dennis O’Loughlin
Supervisor
Dane County, Wisc.

Hon. Dennis Onishi
Councilmember
Hawaii County, Hawaii

Mr. J. Glenn Osborne, Jr.
Social Services Director
Wilson County, N.C.

Mr. R. Charles Pearson
President/Secretary/Treasurer
National Association of County Surveyors, Ore.

Mr. Chester E. Pintarelli
Administrator, Medical Care
Iron County, Mich.

Hon. Toni Preckwinkle
President, Board of Commissioners
Cook County, Ill.

Hon. John Prinkki
Commissioner - Chair
Carbon County, Mont.

Hon. Helen Purcell
Recorder
Maricopa County, Ariz.

Hon. David A. Rabbitt
Supervisor
Sonoma County, Calif.

Hon. Jeff Rader
Commissioner
DeKalb County, Ga.

Mr. Randy Ripperger
Assessor
Polk County, Iowa

Hon. Dave Roberts
Supervisor
San Diego County, Calif.

Hon. Lesley Robinson
Commissioner - Chair
Phillips County, Mont.

Hon. Grover Robinson
Commissioner
Escambia County, Fla.

Hon. Christopher T. Rodgers
Commissioner
Douglas County, Neb.

Hon. Manuel Ruiz
Supervisor
Santa Cruz County, Ariz.

Hon. Harvey Ruvin
Clerk of Courts/Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board
Miami-Dade County, Fla.

Hon. Charlotte Sandvik
Treasurer
Cass County, N.D.

Hon. Joel Schell
Treasurer
Converse County, Wyo.

Hon. James Schmidt
Commissioner
Lincoln County, S.D.

Hon. Judith Shiprack
Commissioner
Multnomah County, Ore.

Hon. Christopher Shoff
Commissioner
Freeborn County, Minn.

Mr. Steven Singer
Fire Chief
Powhatan County, Va.

Mr. Eugene Smith
County Administrator
Iron County, Mich.

Hon. James J. Snyder
County Legislator
Cattaraugus County, N.Y.

Hon. Elizabeth Stefanics
Commissioner
Santa Fe County, N.M.

Hon. Shelley Goodman Taub
Commissioner
Oakland County, Mich.

Hon. Priscilla Taylor
Commissioner
Palm Beach County, Fla.

Hon. Nancy Thrash
Commissioner
Lamar County, Ga.

Hon. Jerrie Tipton
Commissioner
Mineral County, Nev.

Hon. Daniel P. Troy
Commissioner
Lake County, Ohio

Hon. Grant Veeder
Auditor/Commissioner of Elections
Black Hawk County, Iowa

Hon. Oscar Villegas
Supervisor
Yolo County, Calif.

Hon. Hubert Walsh
Supervisor
Merced County, Calif.

Hon. Betty Lou Ward
Commissioner
Wake County, N.C.

Hon. Kenton C. Ward
Surveyor
Hamilton County, Ind.

Ms. Patricia Ward
Director of  Community Development & Housing
Tarrant County, Texas

Mr. George T. Webb
County Engineer & Public Works Director
Palm Beach County, Fla.

Hon. Larry W. White
Commissioner
Escambia County, Ala.

Hon. Glen Whitley
County Judge
Tarrant County, Texas

Hon. Mark S. Whitney
Commissioner
Beaver County, Utah

Hon. Debbie Wise
County Circuit Clerk
Randolph County, Ark.

Hon. Debbie Wood
Commissioner
Chambers County, Ala.

Hon. Rick L. Yzaguirre
Commissioner
Ada County, Idaho

Hon. James P. Zwetzig
Commissioner
Morgan County, Colo.

NACo Officials on Federal/External Boards and Committees

Bureau of Land Management National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board

Carl Vinson Institute National Center for the Study of Counties

Dept. of Commerce FirstNet PSAC

Dept. of Health and Human Service Rural Assistance Center Advisory Board

Dept. of Homeland Security and Center for Rural Development Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium

Dept. of Homeland Security Project SAFECOM

Dept. of Transportation Task Force on Tourism and Infrastructure

Dept. of Justice Global Advisory Committee

Dept. of Justice Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (Global) Advisory Committee

Dept. of Justice Right to Counsel National Consortium (Bureau of Justice Assistance)

Election Assistance Commission Board of Advisors

Emergency Management Accreditation Program Commission

Emergency Management Association Emergency Management Assistance Compact Advisory Board

EPA Governance Coordinating Committee

EPA Local Government Advisory Committee

EPA Local Government Advisory Committee – Small Community Advisory Committee

FAA Drone Advisory Committee

FCC Intergovernmental Advisory Committee

Federal Highway Administration – Automated Cars

FEMA Mitigation Framework Working Group

FEMA National Advisory Council

FEMA R III Regional Advisory Committee

FEMA Technical Mapping Advisory Council

Generations United

Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council

Institute for Building Technology and Safety, Board of Directors

My Brother’s Keeper National Coordinating Council

National Association of Regional Council’s Board

National Conference on Correctional Health Care

National Drought Resiliency Partnership

National Geospatial Advisory Committee

National Homeland Security Consortium

National Ocean Council, Governance Coordinating Committee

NOAA National Integrated Drought Information System Executive Council

Public Finance Authority Board of Directors

RWJF Shared Services Learning Committee Technical Advisors Team

Southern Rural Development Center Technical & Operational Advisory Committee

State and Local Advisory Council – Streamline Sales and Use Tax Governing Board

Surgeon General’s Advisory Group on Prevention, Health Promotion and Integrative and Public Health

Urban Institute Pay For Success Advisory Committee

U.S. Trade Representative’s Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee on Trade

Wildland Fire Executive Council

Wildland Fire Leadership Council

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