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Registration for the 2019 Annual Conference is now available! This year's conference will be held at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center on April 26-29. We invite you to join us as we focus on helping Georgia's county leaders get through difficult decisions, competing perspectives and challenging situations, and learn how to: Keep Calm and Carry On. 

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That's right, the deadline to submit a nomination for the 2019 ACCG Awards & Recognition Program has been extended to February 22, 2019! You now have more time to recognize an outstanding public servant or leader for the work they have done in the community. Learn more about the program and nominate someone deserving today!

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ACCG and GMA are co-hosting a series of regional workshop to provide information on how communities can ensure a good census count by organizing local complete count committees. Register for a workshop of your choice by visiting GMA's website. 

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ACCG welcomes spring semester policy and research interns, Xavier Jennings and Anthony Nguyen. The interns will assist the policy and research staff with special projects, legislative research and tracking legislation before the General Assembly.  

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Check out the intern of the month, Jonathan Bush, and learn about his experience as an intern for the Bulloch County Manager's office.

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The Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) is hosting the 3rd annual Georgia Procurement Conference (GPC) on April 23-25 at the Jekyll Island Convention Center, bringing together more than 600 procurement professionals and suppliers from across the state! With the passage of HB 489, which requires bids for sevices and goods over $10,000 be posted on the state's central bid registry, this is a great opportunity for CPO's to learn best practices and network with others.

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Take a look at the new training dates for classes offered by LGRMS throughout the year. Visit the LGRMS website to learn more about each class. 

 

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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is offering up to $600 million in loans and grants to help build broadband infrastructure in rural America. Companies that offer internet services can now apply for funding through USDA’s new ReConnect Program to connect rural areas currently affected by limited broadband service.

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Early registration for the The Georgia Walks Summit ends February 8, 2019. The summit brings transportation and public health professionals, community advocates and elected officials together to share best practices, make pedestrian safety a priority and build momentum for walkable communities.

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ACCG, Georgia's County Association
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 700
Atlanta, GA 30303
phone: 404-522-5022 | fax: 404-525-2477 | ACCG.org

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