There was sadness throughout the CSAC offices this morning when we heard about the passing of Tim Hodson. Tim has been a longtime friend and contributor to our Association, working with us on many fronts in the pursuit of making government work the best that it can. While serving as the Executive Director of the [...]
A new National Association of Counties (NACo) survey shows that counties large and small appear to be settling into the “new normal” of revenue, staffing and service delivery levels after years of revenue losses in a U.S. economy struggling toward recovery. “Coping with the New Normal: An Economic Status Survey of Counties” is the seventh [...]
Everywhere you look: bad news. Not here! Check out some reasons for tempered optimism.
The CSAC Institute for Excellence in County Government is reaching two milestones this month. Not only have county officials from all 58 counties now attended Institute courses, but more than 1,000 different county officials will have taken at least one course. Our courses continue to grow in popularity. In fact, two upcoming courses: “Detecting Fraud [...]
The US Census Bureau released the list of counties that need to provide election materials in other languages. Here’s the rundown.