2022 NACo Annual Conference & Exposition

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2022 NACo Annual Conference & Exposition

The NACo Annual Conference is the largest meeting of county elected and appointed officials from across the country. Participants from counties of all sizes come together to shape NACo's federal policy agenda, share proven practices and strengthen knowledge networks to help improve residents’ lives and the efficiency of county government.
2022 NACo Annual Conference & Exposition

Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm EDTEnvironment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

NACo's Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee members will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

Senior Project Associate, Policy Research Associates, Inc.  
 

Sharing Data Across Justice and Behavioral Health Systems

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are sharing information across systems to identify and support community members with complex behavioral health conditions who frequently cycle through jails, emergency rooms, homeless shelters and other crisis services. In this session, attendees will learn how entities can share behavioral health and justice data to improve cross-system care coordination and individual outcomes.

Global Head of State, Local, & Regional Government Solutions for ServiceNow  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Rural Action Caucus Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 10:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

NACo's Rural Action Caucus will convene to discuss issues important to rural America and to hear from guest speakers who are helping to shape policies important to rural communities.

Identifying and Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 8:45 am to 10:00 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are pursuing efforts that often include understanding the drivers of inequities, examining baseline data, monitoring progress, funding community-led organizations and centering the voices of community members. In this session, attendees will learn about the strategies counties are using to achieve racial equity in the criminal legal system.

Senior Program Evaluator, Adams County, Colo.  
 

Sharing Data Across Justice and Behavioral Health Systems

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are sharing information across systems to identify and support community members with complex behavioral health conditions who frequently cycle through jails, emergency rooms, homeless shelters and other crisis services. In this session, attendees will learn how entities can share behavioral health and justice data to improve cross-system care coordination and individual outcomes.

Director, Engineering & Technical Services, American Water Works Association  
 

Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm EDTEnvironment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

NACo's Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee members will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

Criminal Justice Coordinator, Johnson County, Kan.  
 

Sharing Data Across Justice and Behavioral Health Systems

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are sharing information across systems to identify and support community members with complex behavioral health conditions who frequently cycle through jails, emergency rooms, homeless shelters and other crisis services. In this session, attendees will learn how entities can share behavioral health and justice data to improve cross-system care coordination and individual outcomes.

Chief Information Officer, Bucks County, Penn.  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm EDTEnvironment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

NACo's Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee members will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

Geographic Information Systems Manager, Flagler County, Fla.  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Vice President of Local Sales, Granicus  
 

Digitizing Your County: Efficient and Effective Workplace Solutions that Deliver Quality Citizen Services

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

The past two years have catapulted available technology advances for counties. In this session you will hear how counties have implemented solutions that promote digital citizen interaction, remote employee access, while at the same time digitizing and preserving records management for today and the future. This session will cover the digital lifecycle from remote employee processes to digital citizen engagement and transparency.

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.

Large Urban County Caucus Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 10:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTColorado D| Level 3

NACo's Large Urban County Caucus meeting will feature conversations with national and local leaders on topics of importance to urban counties, including, elections, gun violence prevention, and mental and behavioral health.

Vice Chair, NACo Technology and Telecommunications Committee Chief Information Office, DeKalb County, Ga.  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Digitizing Your County: Efficient and Effective Workplace Solutions that Deliver Quality Citizen Services

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

The past two years have catapulted available technology advances for counties. In this session you will hear how counties have implemented solutions that promote digital citizen interaction, remote employee access, while at the same time digitizing and preserving records management for today and the future. This session will cover the digital lifecycle from remote employee processes to digital citizen engagement and transparency.

IT Standing Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 9:45 am to 11:30 am EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

The IT Standing Committee will discuss updates concerning NACo technology programs, including the Security ScoreCard pilot results, the new Cyber and GIS Technology Guides for County Leaders and hear from national partners including the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the National Guard.

Commissioner, Office of Central and Information Services, Dutchess County, N.Y.  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Large Urban County Caucus Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 10:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTColorado D| Level 3

NACo's Large Urban County Caucus meeting will feature conversations with national and local leaders on topics of importance to urban counties, including, elections, gun violence prevention, and mental and behavioral health.

Assistant Chief Information Officer, Alameda County, Calif.  
 

Digitizing Your County: Efficient and Effective Workplace Solutions that Deliver Quality Citizen Services

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

The past two years have catapulted available technology advances for counties. In this session you will hear how counties have implemented solutions that promote digital citizen interaction, remote employee access, while at the same time digitizing and preserving records management for today and the future. This session will cover the digital lifecycle from remote employee processes to digital citizen engagement and transparency.

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Sports Arenas and Entertainment Centers: How Counties Can Effectively Manage Public Facilities

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTCottonwood 2-3| Level 1

Across the country, counties are owners and stakeholders in large public facilities such as athletic stadiums, convention centers, performing arts centers and more. Financing and management of these facilities present both economic opportunities and challenges. Join this session to learn strategies from experts and county leaders about avoiding pitfalls and maximizing benefits of these facilities.

Large Urban County Caucus Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 10:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTColorado D| Level 3

NACo's Large Urban County Caucus meeting will feature conversations with national and local leaders on topics of importance to urban counties, including, elections, gun violence prevention, and mental and behavioral health.

Counties for Kids: Celebrating County Leadership in Prenatal-to-Three

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

During the COVID-19 pandemic, our youngest children and their families have dealt with economic challenges, disruptions to child care and increased levels of stress. Counties are supporting children prenatal to three during this critical period of development by investing in and administering services and resources. In this session, participants will hear how county leaders are filling service gaps and strengthening the systems that support early care and education and infant/toddler well-being.

Vice President/Senior Credit Officer and Manager, Moody's Investors Service  
 

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.

Sports Arenas and Entertainment Centers: How Counties Can Effectively Manage Public Facilities

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTCottonwood 2-3| Level 1

Across the country, counties are owners and stakeholders in large public facilities such as athletic stadiums, convention centers, performing arts centers and more. Financing and management of these facilities present both economic opportunities and challenges. Join this session to learn strategies from experts and county leaders about avoiding pitfalls and maximizing benefits of these facilities.

Senior Counsel, Brennan Center for Justice  
 

Large Urban County Caucus Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 10:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTColorado D| Level 3

NACo's Large Urban County Caucus meeting will feature conversations with national and local leaders on topics of importance to urban counties, including, elections, gun violence prevention, and mental and behavioral health.

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.

Counties for Kids: Celebrating County Leadership in Prenatal-to-Three

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

During the COVID-19 pandemic, our youngest children and their families have dealt with economic challenges, disruptions to child care and increased levels of stress. Counties are supporting children prenatal to three during this critical period of development by investing in and administering services and resources. In this session, participants will hear how county leaders are filling service gaps and strengthening the systems that support early care and education and infant/toddler well-being.

President and Co-Founder, Garfield Public/Private LLC  
 

Sports Arenas and Entertainment Centers: How Counties Can Effectively Manage Public Facilities

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTCottonwood 2-3| Level 1

Across the country, counties are owners and stakeholders in large public facilities such as athletic stadiums, convention centers, performing arts centers and more. Financing and management of these facilities present both economic opportunities and challenges. Join this session to learn strategies from experts and county leaders about avoiding pitfalls and maximizing benefits of these facilities.

IT Standing Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 9:45 am to 11:30 am EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

The IT Standing Committee will discuss updates concerning NACo technology programs, including the Security ScoreCard pilot results, the new Cyber and GIS Technology Guides for County Leaders and hear from national partners including the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the National Guard.

Counties for Kids: Celebrating County Leadership in Prenatal-to-Three

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

During the COVID-19 pandemic, our youngest children and their families have dealt with economic challenges, disruptions to child care and increased levels of stress. Counties are supporting children prenatal to three during this critical period of development by investing in and administering services and resources. In this session, participants will hear how county leaders are filling service gaps and strengthening the systems that support early care and education and infant/toddler well-being.

Chief Economic Equity and Inclusion Officer, Franklin County, Ohio  
 

Framework for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to Transform County Government

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties play a critical role in building healthy and vibrant communities. The uneven impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across different communities crystallized the disparities that can exist within a county. County leaders are well-positioned to resolve these disparities through the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. By embracing these principles, county leaders create the conditions that allow all residents to reach their fullest potential. In this session county leaders will discuss how counties of all sizes can advance equity as employers, policymakers, investors and partners.

Chief of Technology and Administrative Services, New Castle County, Del.  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Deputy Director, Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council  
 

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.

Framework for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to Transform County Government

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties play a critical role in building healthy and vibrant communities. The uneven impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across different communities crystallized the disparities that can exist within a county. County leaders are well-positioned to resolve these disparities through the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. By embracing these principles, county leaders create the conditions that allow all residents to reach their fullest potential. In this session county leaders will discuss how counties of all sizes can advance equity as employers, policymakers, investors and partners.

Improving Economic Mobility for County Residents

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTCottonwood 8-9| Level 1

As counties navigate the local economic recovery process following the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, many leaders are looking to improve long-term economic outcomes for residents and families. Learn how counties can influence upward economic mobility in seven key policy areas: housing, education and workforce development, health, community and neighborhood development, justice and public safety, technology and information access and financial security. This session will also present data metrics to measure and track policy impacts on resident prosperity. This workshop is hosted by NACo’s Economic Mobility Leadership Network.

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.

Director, The Tamara D. Grigsby Office for Equity and Inclusion, Dane County, Wis.  
 

Framework for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to Transform County Government

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties play a critical role in building healthy and vibrant communities. The uneven impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across different communities crystallized the disparities that can exist within a county. County leaders are well-positioned to resolve these disparities through the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. By embracing these principles, county leaders create the conditions that allow all residents to reach their fullest potential. In this session county leaders will discuss how counties of all sizes can advance equity as employers, policymakers, investors and partners.

Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, Los Angeles County, Calif.  
 

IT Standing Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 9:45 am to 11:30 am EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

The IT Standing Committee will discuss updates concerning NACo technology programs, including the Security ScoreCard pilot results, the new Cyber and GIS Technology Guides for County Leaders and hear from national partners including the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the National Guard.

Senior Policy Program Manager, Research to Action Lab, Urban Institute  
 

Improving Economic Mobility for County Residents

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTCottonwood 8-9| Level 1

As counties navigate the local economic recovery process following the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, many leaders are looking to improve long-term economic outcomes for residents and families. Learn how counties can influence upward economic mobility in seven key policy areas: housing, education and workforce development, health, community and neighborhood development, justice and public safety, technology and information access and financial security. This session will also present data metrics to measure and track policy impacts on resident prosperity. This workshop is hosted by NACo’s Economic Mobility Leadership Network.

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.

Executive Government Advisor, Amazon Web Services  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

IT Standing Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 9:45 am to 11:30 am EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

The IT Standing Committee will discuss updates concerning NACo technology programs, including the Security ScoreCard pilot results, the new Cyber and GIS Technology Guides for County Leaders and hear from national partners including the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the National Guard.

EY US Economic Development Advisory Services Associate National Director  
 

Community, Economic and Workforce Development Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 11:45 am EDTRed Rock 8-9 | Level 3

Join the Community, Economic & Workforce Development Policy Steering Committee for discussions with our federal and industry partners to learn more about topics of interest to the committee, including housing affordability, homelessness, economic development, job training and federal workforce development programs.

Director for Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, Miami-Dade County, Fla.  
 

Framework for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to Transform County Government

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties play a critical role in building healthy and vibrant communities. The uneven impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across different communities crystallized the disparities that can exist within a county. County leaders are well-positioned to resolve these disparities through the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. By embracing these principles, county leaders create the conditions that allow all residents to reach their fullest potential. In this session county leaders will discuss how counties of all sizes can advance equity as employers, policymakers, investors and partners.

Vice President, Center for Digital Government and Center for Digital Education  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

IT Standing Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 9:45 am to 11:30 am EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

The IT Standing Committee will discuss updates concerning NACo technology programs, including the Security ScoreCard pilot results, the new Cyber and GIS Technology Guides for County Leaders and hear from national partners including the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the National Guard.

Events and Downtown Initiative Manager, City of Brighton and Brighton Urban Renewal Authority  
 

NACo Arts & Culture Commission Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:15 pm to 2:45 pm EDTMaple 3| Level 1

The Arts and Culture Commission will hear from expert speakers and commission members on leveraging the creative arts as an economic driver at the county level. This meeting is hosted by the NACo Arts and Culture Commission and is open to all.

Program Manager, Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness  
 

Community, Economic and Workforce Development Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 11:45 am EDTRed Rock 8-9 | Level 3

Join the Community, Economic & Workforce Development Policy Steering Committee for discussions with our federal and industry partners to learn more about topics of interest to the committee, including housing affordability, homelessness, economic development, job training and federal workforce development programs.

Research and Policy Manager, The Social Development Commission  
 

Framework for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to Transform County Government

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties play a critical role in building healthy and vibrant communities. The uneven impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across different communities crystallized the disparities that can exist within a county. County leaders are well-positioned to resolve these disparities through the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. By embracing these principles, county leaders create the conditions that allow all residents to reach their fullest potential. In this session county leaders will discuss how counties of all sizes can advance equity as employers, policymakers, investors and partners.

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

Robert's Rule of Order: The Art of Running Efficient and Effective Meetings

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

Robert’s Rules can help you run an efficient meeting. But how do you run an effective meeting? Learn the strategies for leading an engaging, energizing and productive meeting.

Chief Information Officer, Assistant Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, Los Angeles County, Calif.  
 

IT Standing Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 9:45 am to 11:30 am EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

The IT Standing Committee will discuss updates concerning NACo technology programs, including the Security ScoreCard pilot results, the new Cyber and GIS Technology Guides for County Leaders and hear from national partners including the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the National Guard.

Executive Director, State International Development Organizations  
 

Community, Economic and Workforce Development Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 11:45 am EDTRed Rock 8-9 | Level 3

Join the Community, Economic & Workforce Development Policy Steering Committee for discussions with our federal and industry partners to learn more about topics of interest to the committee, including housing affordability, homelessness, economic development, job training and federal workforce development programs.

Homelessness Coordinator, Community Safety & Well-Being Department, Adams County, Colo.  
 

Framework for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to Transform County Government

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties play a critical role in building healthy and vibrant communities. The uneven impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across different communities crystallized the disparities that can exist within a county. County leaders are well-positioned to resolve these disparities through the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. By embracing these principles, county leaders create the conditions that allow all residents to reach their fullest potential. In this session county leaders will discuss how counties of all sizes can advance equity as employers, policymakers, investors and partners.

Regional Administrator, Office of Regional Operations-Denver, Health Resources and Services Administration  
 

Health Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

Join the Health Steering Committee to hear from federal and industry partners on important health policy issues and best practices related to health care, public health, behavioral and mental health and long-term care.

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

Gulf States Counties and Parishes Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 8:00 am to 10:00 am EDTMaple 3| Level 1

Hear from policy experts on pressing federal issues impacting Gulf Coast counties and parishes. Caucus members will also discuss federal legislative priorities and strategize for future GSCPC events and initiatives. Caucus membership is open to all NACo county and parish government officials from Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida.

Collector of Revenue, Audrain County, Mo.; Vice Chair, Next Generation NACo Network  
 

NACo Arts & Culture Commission Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:15 pm to 2:45 pm EDTMaple 3| Level 1

The Arts and Culture Commission will hear from expert speakers and commission members on leveraging the creative arts as an economic driver at the county level. This meeting is hosted by the NACo Arts and Culture Commission and is open to all.

Integrating the National 988 Hotline and County Behavioral Health Continuums of Care

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline phone number will transition to 988 on July 16th, 2022. This hotline is an integral element of crisis services and the behavioral health continuum of care, offering a critical entry point to local, community-based services to support recovery. Through investing in behavioral health services, counties can better serve residents, reduce reliance on the criminal legal system and direct valuable resources toward improving stability and health. In this session, attendees will hear from peers on lessons learned from implementing 988 and integrating this hotline into local behavioral health continuums of care.

Executive Director, National Association of Local Boards of Health  
 

Health Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

Join the Health Steering Committee to hear from federal and industry partners on important health policy issues and best practices related to health care, public health, behavioral and mental health and long-term care.

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Executive Director, Parishes Advocating for Coastal Endurance  
 

Gulf States Counties and Parishes Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 8:00 am to 10:00 am EDTMaple 3| Level 1

Hear from policy experts on pressing federal issues impacting Gulf Coast counties and parishes. Caucus members will also discuss federal legislative priorities and strategize for future GSCPC events and initiatives. Caucus membership is open to all NACo county and parish government officials from Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida.

Senior Advisor, Justice and Crisis Response Policy, National Alliance on Mental Illness  
 

Integrating the National 988 Hotline and County Behavioral Health Continuums of Care

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline phone number will transition to 988 on July 16th, 2022. This hotline is an integral element of crisis services and the behavioral health continuum of care, offering a critical entry point to local, community-based services to support recovery. Through investing in behavioral health services, counties can better serve residents, reduce reliance on the criminal legal system and direct valuable resources toward improving stability and health. In this session, attendees will hear from peers on lessons learned from implementing 988 and integrating this hotline into local behavioral health continuums of care.

Health Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

Join the Health Steering Committee to hear from federal and industry partners on important health policy issues and best practices related to health care, public health, behavioral and mental health and long-term care.

Healthy Counties Advisory Board Lunch

Fri. July 22 | 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDTHealthy Counties Advisory Board Lunch

Addressing health equity is a priority for counties, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the influx of resources from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and other relief funds, this is a critical moment for counties to build the framework for long-term, equitable programs. During this luncheon panel, experts will discuss strategies and examples of how counties can operationalize health equity and start incorporating concrete actions into health programs and policies.

Health Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

NACo's Health Policy Steering Committee will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

Deputy to the Garrison Commander, U.S. Army Garrison Fort Carson, Colo.  
 

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

Fostering Effective Intergovernmental Partnerships to Maximize Outcomes

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties are leveraging partnerships across jurisdictional lines and levels of government to maximize the impact of ARPA resources. This session will provide a framework for fostering effective intergovernmental partnerships with key examples of those partnerships at work.

Former Director, U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement  
 

Gulf States Counties and Parishes Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 8:00 am to 10:00 am EDTMaple 3| Level 1

Hear from policy experts on pressing federal issues impacting Gulf Coast counties and parishes. Caucus members will also discuss federal legislative priorities and strategize for future GSCPC events and initiatives. Caucus membership is open to all NACo county and parish government officials from Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida.

Integrating the National 988 Hotline and County Behavioral Health Continuums of Care

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline phone number will transition to 988 on July 16th, 2022. This hotline is an integral element of crisis services and the behavioral health continuum of care, offering a critical entry point to local, community-based services to support recovery. Through investing in behavioral health services, counties can better serve residents, reduce reliance on the criminal legal system and direct valuable resources toward improving stability and health. In this session, attendees will hear from peers on lessons learned from implementing 988 and integrating this hotline into local behavioral health continuums of care.

Transition Services Manager, U.S. Army Garrison Fort Carson, Colo.  
 

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

Fostering Effective Intergovernmental Partnerships to Maximize Outcomes

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties are leveraging partnerships across jurisdictional lines and levels of government to maximize the impact of ARPA resources. This session will provide a framework for fostering effective intergovernmental partnerships with key examples of those partnerships at work.

Senior Director, Population Health Management, Netsmart  
 

Integrating the National 988 Hotline and County Behavioral Health Continuums of Care

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline phone number will transition to 988 on July 16th, 2022. This hotline is an integral element of crisis services and the behavioral health continuum of care, offering a critical entry point to local, community-based services to support recovery. Through investing in behavioral health services, counties can better serve residents, reduce reliance on the criminal legal system and direct valuable resources toward improving stability and health. In this session, attendees will hear from peers on lessons learned from implementing 988 and integrating this hotline into local behavioral health continuums of care.

Health Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

Join the Health Steering Committee to hear from federal and industry partners on important health policy issues and best practices related to health care, public health, behavioral and mental health and long-term care.

Health Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

NACo's Health Policy Steering Committee will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

Chief Readjustment Counseling Officer, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs  
 

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

Deputy Director and General Counsel, North Carolina Association of County Commissioners  
 

Fostering Effective Intergovernmental Partnerships to Maximize Outcomes

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties are leveraging partnerships across jurisdictional lines and levels of government to maximize the impact of ARPA resources. This session will provide a framework for fostering effective intergovernmental partnerships with key examples of those partnerships at work.

Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDTOFFSITE

The Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee will convene at the Adams County Human Services Center for an interactive tour and an overview of innovative human services programs. Along with presentations from our hosts, committee members will discuss the future of human service delivery and receive a federal policy update on key priorities. Members will consider and vote on proposed policy resolutions and platform changes to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress, the White House and federal agencies. Before returning to the Gaylord, the committee will visit Adams County’s Homes for Hope emergency foster homes. Note: This full-day meeting will occur off-site with lunch and transportation provided. Please meet at Veranda (just outside of the Aurora Ballroom) at 8:45 am for the bus to the Adams County Human Services Center.

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

Project Coordinator, Memorial Regional Health’s Rural Response to the Opioid Epidemic Grant  
 

Supporting People with Opioid Use Disorders Involved in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are implementing robust strategies and programs to address opioid and other substance use disorders in communities and local criminal justice systems using federal and state resources and opioid settlements. In this session, attendees will learn evidence-based strategies to prevent and treat opioid use disorders and hear about a new NACo resource to support these efforts.

Co-President and Chief Technology Officer, Technology and Data Institute  
 

Telecommunications and Technology Policy Steering Committee: Morning Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 6-7 | Level 3

Join the Telecommunication & Technology Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in broadband and cellular policy, cybersecurity best practices and updates and other national policy issues of interest to this committee.

Community & Land-Use Planning to Build Wildfire-Resilient Counties

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTCottonwood 2-3| Level 1

As devasting wildfires continue to impact communities across the nation, counties are uniquely positioned to take proactive steps in land-use planning and community engagement to mitigate wildfire damage and destruction. This educational deep dive will convene expert practitioners in wildfire planning and county leaders to share promising approaches and tools to help counties plan for and build more fire-adapted and fire-resilient landscapes and communities.

Programs Coordinator for Pitt County Sheriff's Office, Pitt County, N.C.  
 

Supporting People with Opioid Use Disorders Involved in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are implementing robust strategies and programs to address opioid and other substance use disorders in communities and local criminal justice systems using federal and state resources and opioid settlements. In this session, attendees will learn evidence-based strategies to prevent and treat opioid use disorders and hear about a new NACo resource to support these efforts.

Broadband Program Specialist, National Telecommunications and Information Administration  
 

Telecommunications and Technology Policy Steering Committee: Morning Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 6-7 | Level 3

Join the Telecommunication & Technology Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in broadband and cellular policy, cybersecurity best practices and updates and other national policy issues of interest to this committee.

Healthy Counties Advisory Board Lunch

Fri. July 22 | 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDTHealthy Counties Advisory Board Lunch

Addressing health equity is a priority for counties, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the influx of resources from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and other relief funds, this is a critical moment for counties to build the framework for long-term, equitable programs. During this luncheon panel, experts will discuss strategies and examples of how counties can operationalize health equity and start incorporating concrete actions into health programs and policies.

Policy Advisor, Corrections, Reentry and Justice Reform Policy Office, Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice  
 

Supporting People with Opioid Use Disorders Involved in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are implementing robust strategies and programs to address opioid and other substance use disorders in communities and local criminal justice systems using federal and state resources and opioid settlements. In this session, attendees will learn evidence-based strategies to prevent and treat opioid use disorders and hear about a new NACo resource to support these efforts.

Community & Land-Use Planning to Build Wildfire-Resilient Counties

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTCottonwood 2-3| Level 1

As devasting wildfires continue to impact communities across the nation, counties are uniquely positioned to take proactive steps in land-use planning and community engagement to mitigate wildfire damage and destruction. This educational deep dive will convene expert practitioners in wildfire planning and county leaders to share promising approaches and tools to help counties plan for and build more fire-adapted and fire-resilient landscapes and communities.

Celebrating County Opioid Litigation Wins and Planning for What's Next

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

In February 2022, drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and three major distributors (McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen) finalized multi-litigant settlements over their roles in the opioid crisis. The $26 billion award was nearly doubled from the original base payout in large part due to the action and participation of local governments. This session will celebrate the role of counties in holding opioid manufacturers and distributors accountable and unveil new NACo resources for maximizing the use of these and other funds for opioid remediation.

Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDTOFFSITE

The Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee will convene at the Adams County Human Services Center for an interactive tour and an overview of innovative human services programs. Along with presentations from our hosts, committee members will discuss the future of human service delivery and receive a federal policy update on key priorities. Members will consider and vote on proposed policy resolutions and platform changes to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress, the White House and federal agencies. Before returning to the Gaylord, the committee will visit Adams County’s Homes for Hope emergency foster homes. Note: This full-day meeting will occur off-site with lunch and transportation provided. Please meet at Veranda (just outside of the Aurora Ballroom) at 8:45 am for the bus to the Adams County Human Services Center.

Chief of Jails Division, National Institute of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice  
 

Supporting People with Opioid Use Disorders Involved in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are implementing robust strategies and programs to address opioid and other substance use disorders in communities and local criminal justice systems using federal and state resources and opioid settlements. In this session, attendees will learn evidence-based strategies to prevent and treat opioid use disorders and hear about a new NACo resource to support these efforts.

Executive Vice President, Public Policy & Executive Vice President, Digital Equity, Comcast  
 

Telecommunications and Technology Policy Steering Committee: Morning Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 6-7 | Level 3

Join the Telecommunication & Technology Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in broadband and cellular policy, cybersecurity best practices and updates and other national policy issues of interest to this committee.

Director, Human Services, Douglas County, Colo., President, National Association of County Human Services Administrators  
 

Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDTOFFSITE

The Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee will convene at the Adams County Human Services Center for an interactive tour and an overview of innovative human services programs. Along with presentations from our hosts, committee members will discuss the future of human service delivery and receive a federal policy update on key priorities. Members will consider and vote on proposed policy resolutions and platform changes to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress, the White House and federal agencies. Before returning to the Gaylord, the committee will visit Adams County’s Homes for Hope emergency foster homes. Note: This full-day meeting will occur off-site with lunch and transportation provided. Please meet at Veranda (just outside of the Aurora Ballroom) at 8:45 am for the bus to the Adams County Human Services Center.

Research Associate, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Program Manager, Bloomberg Overdose Prevention Initiative  
 

Celebrating County Opioid Litigation Wins and Planning for What's Next

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

In February 2022, drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and three major distributors (McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen) finalized multi-litigant settlements over their roles in the opioid crisis. The $26 billion award was nearly doubled from the original base payout in large part due to the action and participation of local governments. This session will celebrate the role of counties in holding opioid manufacturers and distributors accountable and unveil new NACo resources for maximizing the use of these and other funds for opioid remediation.

Telecommunications and Technology Policy Steering Committee: Morning Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 6-7 | Level 3

Join the Telecommunication & Technology Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in broadband and cellular policy, cybersecurity best practices and updates and other national policy issues of interest to this committee.

President of Perfect Rules Inc.  
 

Robert's Rule of Order: The Art of Running Efficient and Effective Meetings

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

Robert’s Rules can help you run an efficient meeting. But how do you run an effective meeting? Learn the strategies for leading an engaging, energizing and productive meeting.

Chief, Suicide Prevention Branch, Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration  
 

Healthy Counties Advisory Board Lunch

Fri. July 22 | 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDTHealthy Counties Advisory Board Lunch

Addressing health equity is a priority for counties, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the influx of resources from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and other relief funds, this is a critical moment for counties to build the framework for long-term, equitable programs. During this luncheon panel, experts will discuss strategies and examples of how counties can operationalize health equity and start incorporating concrete actions into health programs and policies.

Celebrating County Opioid Litigation Wins and Planning for What's Next

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

In February 2022, drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and three major distributors (McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen) finalized multi-litigant settlements over their roles in the opioid crisis. The $26 billion award was nearly doubled from the original base payout in large part due to the action and participation of local governments. This session will celebrate the role of counties in holding opioid manufacturers and distributors accountable and unveil new NACo resources for maximizing the use of these and other funds for opioid remediation.

National Organization of Black County Officials / National Association of Black County Officials (NOBCO/NABCO) Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 11:30 am to 1:30 pm EDTColorado C | Level 3

Join us as we hear from the Hon. Michael Hancock, Mayor of Denver (consolidated city/county), the Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, a recap of the 2022 Economic Development Conference (EDC) and more...

Regional Account Manager for the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center™ (MS-ISAC®), a division of the Center for Internet Security, Inc.  
 

IT Advisory Council Meeting (Invitation Only)

Fri. July 22 | 11:45 am to 1:30 pm EDTRed Rock 10-11 | Level 3

The IT Advisory Council focuses on providing direct guidance into the idea generation and evaluation of NACo technology strategy, priorities, programming and services. Membership includes predominantly county IT leaders (CIOs, CISOs, IT Directors) and several other county representatives.

Director of Community Engagement, ReMerge of Oklahoma County  
 

Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm EDTJustice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

NACo's Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

The Value of County Management: Increasing Administrative Efficiency in County Government

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

County administrators play a major role in overseeing daily operations. This session will highlight who county administrators are, what they do and how this position can increase administrative efficiency. Session participants will hear from county leaders who have successfully integrated the administrator role and learn more about how it has positively impacted their ability to serve residents and enhance operations.

Associate Director, Probation and System Transformation, Juvenile Justice Strategy Group  
 

Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTColorado D | Level 3

Join the Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee for discussions with our federal and industry partners.

IT Advisory Council Meeting (Invitation Only)

Fri. July 22 | 11:45 am to 1:30 pm EDTRed Rock 10-11 | Level 3

The IT Advisory Council focuses on providing direct guidance into the idea generation and evaluation of NACo technology strategy, priorities, programming and services. Membership includes predominantly county IT leaders (CIOs, CISOs, IT Directors) and several other county representatives.

Celebrating County Opioid Litigation Wins and Planning for What's Next

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

In February 2022, drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and three major distributors (McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen) finalized multi-litigant settlements over their roles in the opioid crisis. The $26 billion award was nearly doubled from the original base payout in large part due to the action and participation of local governments. This session will celebrate the role of counties in holding opioid manufacturers and distributors accountable and unveil new NACo resources for maximizing the use of these and other funds for opioid remediation.

Executive Director, ReMerge of Oklahoma County  
 

Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm EDTJustice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

NACo's Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

The Value of County Management: Increasing Administrative Efficiency in County Government

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

County administrators play a major role in overseeing daily operations. This session will highlight who county administrators are, what they do and how this position can increase administrative efficiency. Session participants will hear from county leaders who have successfully integrated the administrator role and learn more about how it has positively impacted their ability to serve residents and enhance operations.

Director of Energy & Environmental Policy at Xcel Energy  
 

Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 2-3 | Level 3

Join the Environment, Energy & Land Use Policy Steering Committee for discussions with national policy experts to learn more about issues important to the committee, including the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rulemaking process, the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and innovations in the energy field.

Fellow, Metropolian Policy Program, The Brookings Institution  
 

Investing in Local Infrastructure: Tips for Leveraging Federal Funding

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTCottonwood 6-7| Level 1

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) provides significant opportunities for counties, which own and operate a vast amount of the nation's infrastructure and annually invest $134 billion in the construction of infrastructure and the operation and maintenance of public works. Learn from county officials who have successfully obtained funding from past surface transportation laws on best practices to secure current BIL funding opportunities.

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

NACo's Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

The Value of County Management: Increasing Administrative Efficiency in County Government

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

County administrators play a major role in overseeing daily operations. This session will highlight who county administrators are, what they do and how this position can increase administrative efficiency. Session participants will hear from county leaders who have successfully integrated the administrator role and learn more about how it has positively impacted their ability to serve residents and enhance operations.

Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 2-3 | Level 3

Join the Environment, Energy & Land Use Policy Steering Committee for discussions with national policy experts to learn more about issues important to the committee, including the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rulemaking process, the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and innovations in the energy field.

Founding Partner and Chief Technology Officer, Sylint Group  
 

IT Advisory Council Meeting (Invitation Only)

Fri. July 22 | 11:45 am to 1:30 pm EDTRed Rock 10-11 | Level 3

The IT Advisory Council focuses on providing direct guidance into the idea generation and evaluation of NACo technology strategy, priorities, programming and services. Membership includes predominantly county IT leaders (CIOs, CISOs, IT Directors) and several other county representatives.

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

NACo's Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

Interim Community & Economic Development Manager, Lane County, Ore.  
 

The Value of County Management: Increasing Administrative Efficiency in County Government

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

County administrators play a major role in overseeing daily operations. This session will highlight who county administrators are, what they do and how this position can increase administrative efficiency. Session participants will hear from county leaders who have successfully integrated the administrator role and learn more about how it has positively impacted their ability to serve residents and enhance operations.

Senior Transportation Policy Analyst, Colorado Energy Office  
 

Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 2-3 | Level 3

Join the Environment, Energy & Land Use Policy Steering Committee for discussions with national policy experts to learn more about issues important to the committee, including the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rulemaking process, the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and innovations in the energy field.

IT Advisory Council Meeting (Invitation Only)

Fri. July 22 | 11:45 am to 1:30 pm EDTRed Rock 10-11 | Level 3

The IT Advisory Council focuses on providing direct guidance into the idea generation and evaluation of NACo technology strategy, priorities, programming and services. Membership includes predominantly county IT leaders (CIOs, CISOs, IT Directors) and several other county representatives.

Senior Program Officer, Criminal Justice, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation  
 

Identifying and Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 8:45 am to 10:00 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are pursuing efforts that often include understanding the drivers of inequities, examining baseline data, monitoring progress, funding community-led organizations and centering the voices of community members. In this session, attendees will learn about the strategies counties are using to achieve racial equity in the criminal legal system.

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

NACo's Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

The Value of County Management: Increasing Administrative Efficiency in County Government

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

County administrators play a major role in overseeing daily operations. This session will highlight who county administrators are, what they do and how this position can increase administrative efficiency. Session participants will hear from county leaders who have successfully integrated the administrator role and learn more about how it has positively impacted their ability to serve residents and enhance operations.

Director, Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships (CIP), National Academy of Public Administration  
 

Fostering Effective Intergovernmental Partnerships to Maximize Outcomes

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTSpruce 3-4|Level 1

Counties are leveraging partnerships across jurisdictional lines and levels of government to maximize the impact of ARPA resources. This session will provide a framework for fostering effective intergovernmental partnerships with key examples of those partnerships at work.

Co-Director of the Center for Digital Government (eRepublic)  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Vice Chair, NACo Human Services and Education Subcommittee on Education, Children and Families; Deputy Administrator for Health and Human Services, Franklin County, Ohio  
 

Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDTOFFSITE

The Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee will convene at the Adams County Human Services Center for an interactive tour and an overview of innovative human services programs. Along with presentations from our hosts, committee members will discuss the future of human service delivery and receive a federal policy update on key priorities. Members will consider and vote on proposed policy resolutions and platform changes to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress, the White House and federal agencies. Before returning to the Gaylord, the committee will visit Adams County’s Homes for Hope emergency foster homes. Note: This full-day meeting will occur off-site with lunch and transportation provided. Please meet at Veranda (just outside of the Aurora Ballroom) at 8:45 am for the bus to the Adams County Human Services Center.

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Robert's Rule of Order: The Art of Running Efficient and Effective Meetings

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

Robert’s Rules can help you run an efficient meeting. But how do you run an effective meeting? Learn the strategies for leading an engaging, energizing and productive meeting.

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

County Engineer, Henry County, Ala.; President, National Association of County Engineers  
 

Transportation Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

Join the Transportation Policy Steering Committee to learn more about how counties are working together with our intergovernmental partners, as well as one another, to rebuild and modernize our nation's infrastructure. During this meeting, we will hear from policy resolution sponsors and guest speakers who will discuss various aspects of the significant role counties play in transportation and infrastructure.

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs  
 

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

IT Advisory Council Meeting (Invitation Only)

Fri. July 22 | 11:45 am to 1:30 pm EDTRed Rock 10-11 | Level 3

The IT Advisory Council focuses on providing direct guidance into the idea generation and evaluation of NACo technology strategy, priorities, programming and services. Membership includes predominantly county IT leaders (CIOs, CISOs, IT Directors) and several other county representatives.

Identifying and Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 8:45 am to 10:00 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are pursuing efforts that often include understanding the drivers of inequities, examining baseline data, monitoring progress, funding community-led organizations and centering the voices of community members. In this session, attendees will learn about the strategies counties are using to achieve racial equity in the criminal legal system.

GIS Subcommittee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 8:00 am to 9:30 am EDTRed Rock 2-3 | Level 3

The GIS Subcommittee will discuss emerging GIS use cases including FirstNet, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and mission critical partner updates on GIS gap analysis and drone policy changes.

Senior Director of State and Local Government Affairs, Americans for the Arts  
 

NACo Arts & Culture Commission Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:15 pm to 2:45 pm EDTMaple 3| Level 1

The Arts and Culture Commission will hear from expert speakers and commission members on leveraging the creative arts as an economic driver at the county level. This meeting is hosted by the NACo Arts and Culture Commission and is open to all.

Executive Director, Martha T. Berry Medical Care Facility  
 

Health Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

Join the Health Steering Committee to hear from federal and industry partners on important health policy issues and best practices related to health care, public health, behavioral and mental health and long-term care.

Improving Economic Mobility for County Residents

Fri. July 22 | 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm EDTCottonwood 8-9| Level 1

As counties navigate the local economic recovery process following the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, many leaders are looking to improve long-term economic outcomes for residents and families. Learn how counties can influence upward economic mobility in seven key policy areas: housing, education and workforce development, health, community and neighborhood development, justice and public safety, technology and information access and financial security. This session will also present data metrics to measure and track policy impacts on resident prosperity. This workshop is hosted by NACo’s Economic Mobility Leadership Network.

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTColorado D | Level 3

Join the Justice and Public Safety Policy Steering Committee for discussions with our federal and industry partners.

Chairman, NACo Transportation Policy Steering Committee; Vice Chairman, Fulton County, Ga.  
 

Transportation Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

Join the Transportation Policy Steering Committee to learn more about how counties are working together with our intergovernmental partners, as well as one another, to rebuild and modernize our nation's infrastructure. During this meeting, we will hear from policy resolution sponsors and guest speakers who will discuss various aspects of the significant role counties play in transportation and infrastructure.

Celebrating County Opioid Litigation Wins and Planning for What's Next

Sat. July 23 | 10:30 am to 11:45 am EDTCottonwood 4-5| Level 1

In February 2022, drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and three major distributors (McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen) finalized multi-litigant settlements over their roles in the opioid crisis. The $26 billion award was nearly doubled from the original base payout in large part due to the action and participation of local governments. This session will celebrate the role of counties in holding opioid manufacturers and distributors accountable and unveil new NACo resources for maximizing the use of these and other funds for opioid remediation.

Transportation Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

Join the Transportation Policy Steering Committee to learn more about how counties are working together with our intergovernmental partners, as well as one another, to rebuild and modernize our nation's infrastructure. During this meeting, we will hear from policy resolution sponsors and guest speakers who will discuss various aspects of the significant role counties play in transportation and infrastructure.

Strategies for an Equitable Investment of Recovery Funds

Sat. July 23 | 8:45 am to 10:00 am EDTCottonwood 8-9| Level 1

As counties recover from the pandemic, there is a growing opportunity to leverage Recovery Fund dollars for an equitable recovery. Engage in a discussion about national investment trends, county solutions, challenges and strategies to foster recovery across all of our nation's communities.

Identifying and Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Justice System

Sat. July 23 | 8:45 am to 10:00 am EDTMaple 4-5| Level 1

Counties are pursuing efforts that often include understanding the drivers of inequities, examining baseline data, monitoring progress, funding community-led organizations and centering the voices of community members. In this session, attendees will learn about the strategies counties are using to achieve racial equity in the criminal legal system.

Director of Partnerships and Stakeholder Maturity for the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center  
 

IT Advisory Council Meeting (Invitation Only)

Fri. July 22 | 11:45 am to 1:30 pm EDTRed Rock 10-11 | Level 3

The IT Advisory Council focuses on providing direct guidance into the idea generation and evaluation of NACo technology strategy, priorities, programming and services. Membership includes predominantly county IT leaders (CIOs, CISOs, IT Directors) and several other county representatives.

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Global Manager: State/Provincial Government Industry Solutions and Government Trade Associations, Esri  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Chief Information Officer, Berks County, Penn.  
 

CIO Forum: Emergence: Going Forward Stronger and Better (Separate registration required)

Wed. July 20 | 11:00 am to 5:30 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

This all-day event includes topics on digital transformation, removing barriers, creating builders for the future and success stories from counties using technology to improve service delivery for internal operations and county residents.

Disaster Preparedness & Communication: Can You Hear Me Now? Resilient Counties Advisory Board Breakfast Meeting

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTCottonwood 8-9| Level 1

Kick-start your day by joining the Resilient Counties Advisory Board for an interactive gameshow breakfast. Join experts from Tidal Basin to participate in disaster preparedness and communication with a twist on the classic games Ice Breaker, Telephone and Did You Know? Get fundamental insights to pre-, during and post-disaster preparedness activities in this fun, inclusive and informative session.

Chief Information Officer, Cook County, Ill.  
 

IT Standing Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 9:45 am to 11:30 am EDTCottonwood 2-3 | Level 1

The IT Standing Committee will discuss updates concerning NACo technology programs, including the Security ScoreCard pilot results, the new Cyber and GIS Technology Guides for County Leaders and hear from national partners including the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the National Guard.

AirSpaceLink's Director of Business Development for the Western US  
 

GIS Subcommittee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 8:00 am to 9:30 am EDTRed Rock 2-3 | Level 3

The GIS Subcommittee will discuss emerging GIS use cases including FirstNet, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and mission critical partner updates on GIS gap analysis and drone policy changes.

District Director, Idaho North Central Public Health District  
 

Health Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTWillow Lake 3-4-5 | Level 3

Join the Health Steering Committee to hear from federal and industry partners on important health policy issues and best practices related to health care, public health, behavioral and mental health and long-term care.

Executive Director, Community Wildfire Planning Center  
 

Community & Land-Use Planning to Build Wildfire-Resilient Counties

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTCottonwood 2-3| Level 1

As devasting wildfires continue to impact communities across the nation, counties are uniquely positioned to take proactive steps in land-use planning and community engagement to mitigate wildfire damage and destruction. This educational deep dive will convene expert practitioners in wildfire planning and county leaders to share promising approaches and tools to help counties plan for and build more fire-adapted and fire-resilient landscapes and communities.

Vice President of Preparedness, Resiliency and Emergency Management (PREM), Tidal Basin  
 

Disaster Preparedness & Communication: Can You Hear Me Now? Resilient Counties Advisory Board Breakfast Meeting

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTCottonwood 8-9| Level 1

Kick-start your day by joining the Resilient Counties Advisory Board for an interactive gameshow breakfast. Join experts from Tidal Basin to participate in disaster preparedness and communication with a twist on the classic games Ice Breaker, Telephone and Did You Know? Get fundamental insights to pre-, during and post-disaster preparedness activities in this fun, inclusive and informative session.

Financial Market Economist, Nationwide Economics  
 

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.

Veterans and Military Services Committee Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDTSpruce 1 | Level 1

The Veterans and Military Services Committee will discuss intergovernmental efforts to best serve our nation's veterans. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss the Mobile Vets Center Program, which brings outreach and readjustment counseling to hard-to-reach communities. Committee members will also learn about an innovative regional veterans services model and engage with active duty service members from Fort Carson on the topic of military transition.

Director, Department of Social Services, Wilson County, N.C.  
 

Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDTOFFSITE

The Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee will convene at the Adams County Human Services Center for an interactive tour and an overview of innovative human services programs. Along with presentations from our hosts, committee members will discuss the future of human service delivery and receive a federal policy update on key priorities. Members will consider and vote on proposed policy resolutions and platform changes to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress, the White House and federal agencies. Before returning to the Gaylord, the committee will visit Adams County’s Homes for Hope emergency foster homes. Note: This full-day meeting will occur off-site with lunch and transportation provided. Please meet at Veranda (just outside of the Aurora Ballroom) at 8:45 am for the bus to the Adams County Human Services Center.

Program Coordinator, National Integrated Drought Information System, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  
 

Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm EDTEnvironment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee: Business Meeting

NACo's Environment, Energy and Land Use Policy Steering Committee members will consider and vote on policy resolutions that will be used to guide NACo’s advocacy efforts before Congress and the administration during the 2022 – 2023 term.

The Theory and Practice of Economic Development: Then and Now

Sat. July 23 | 2:15 pm to 3:30 pm EDTCottonwood 8-9| Level 1

County economic development planning is in the midst of a major transformation. Economic shocks from the pandemic and natural disasters, along with growing attention to diversity, equity and inclusion-focused programs, have prompted counties to consider expanded missions beyond job creation and business attraction. This workshop will provide insights on critical components of county economic development strategies and investments, including economic mobility, economic resilience, placemaking, and workforce development.

Chief Information Officer, Larimer County Government, Colo.  
 

Telecommunications and Technology Policy Steering Committee: Morning Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:00 am to 11:30 am EDTRed Rock 6-7 | Level 3

Join the Telecommunication & Technology Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in broadband and cellular policy, cybersecurity best practices and updates and other national policy issues of interest to this committee.

County Executive, Erie County, N.Y.; NACo Northeast Region Representative  
 

Sports Arenas and Entertainment Centers: How Counties Can Effectively Manage Public Facilities

Sun. July 24 | 8:00 am to 9:15 am EDTCottonwood 2-3| Level 1

Across the country, counties are owners and stakeholders in large public facilities such as athletic stadiums, convention centers, performing arts centers and more. Financing and management of these facilities present both economic opportunities and challenges. Join this session to learn strategies from experts and county leaders about avoiding pitfalls and maximizing benefits of these facilities.

Rural Action Caucus Meeting

Fri. July 22 | 10:00 am to 12:00 pm EDTColorado B | Level 3

NACo's Rural Action Caucus will convene to discuss issues important to rural America and to hear from guest speakers who are helping to shape policies important to rural communities.

Managing Director, PFM Financial Advisors LLC  
 

Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee: Subcommittees Meeting

Thu. July 21 | 9:30 am to 12:00 pm EDTHomestead 3-4 | Level 3

Join the Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee for discussions on major developments in county best practices and national policy issues of interest to the committee, such as the financial resources of counties, fiscal management, federal assistance, municipal borrowing, county revenues, federal budget, federal tax reform, elections and Native American issues.