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The National Association of County Administrators (NACA) encourages professional development for county administrators and provides information and resources to its members to improve the management of county government. NACA’s purpose is achieved through the following:

  • Sharing knowledge, information, and experience among the members of the association.
  • Assisting counties with the establishment or improvement of effective county administration in the United States.
  • Encouraging continued professional development of county administrators.

NACA members are chief administrative officers, their deputies and assistants, and other professionals in charge of overseeing the day-to-day operations of county government. NACA members serve the county’s legislative body by carrying out the policies and procedures established by its members. Members also represent the private sector, academia, and others interested in county governance.

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