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Committees

These are the committees defined within International Association of Government Officials. Click the view members link or the committee name to see a list of committee members. If visible for a committee, click the More info to view additional information about the committee. If there are subcommitees, a list of subcommittees will be displayed. Click on the name of the subcommittee to view the members.
Develops and markets Awards programs for iGO.
Reviews the records of the past three years to obtain a baseline and, together with the Chief Staff Officer, submits a proposed budget for the coming fiscal year.
Ensures that the association’s bylaws are reviewed at least bi-annually. Reviews policies at least annually and reports suggested amendments to the board.
Serves as the editorial board for the association’s printed newsletter and electronic newsletters, identifying articles to be included, and writing or assigning others to write articles for the current issue. Oversees association’s website, assuring that it is kept current and fresh.
Establishes, and updates as necessary, criteria and procedures for members to obtain or renew Certified Public Official (CPO) designation. Oversees internal processes to assure executive director is keeping track of members’ progress towards obtaining or renewing CPO designations. Assists interest group chairs in certification designation for program credits. Evaluates CPO applications and support materials. Responsible for the selection and planning of CPL modules to be offered at the Annual Conference and at other times as scheduled. Works with Interest Group chairs and Chief Staff Officer to plan content for the Mid-Winter and Annual Conferences.
Receives all statements of candidacy for officers to be elected at the Annual Conference, provide for the preparation of ballots, and conduct all elections at the Annual Conference and file the results of the election with the Secretary.
Responsible for increasing awareness and advocacy at local, state, and national levels.
Plans and articulates the annual membership campaign, including timing for membership renewals, efforts to recruit new members, state-by-state strategies, and/or county population size strategies. Oversees solicitation of members for memberships and renewals, including reasonable efforts to update existing database of county officials.
Works with Board of Directors to develop and maintain policies for the governance of iGO.
Responsible for receiving applications for Scholarship, submitting ballots to the voting members of the Board and presenting the results to the Board.
The Second Vice-President serves as the Chair to the Strategic Planning Committee to help guide the organization’s growth, vision, and objectives.