The 2024 National Association of Counties (NACo) February CIO Forum brought together technology leaders, visionaries, and decision-makers to discuss the latest trends and challenges in the ever-evolving landscape of information technology.
MnCCC is looking for a Marketing & Event Planning Intern for the spring and summer of 2024! Do you know someone who's interested?
Our 2023 Celebrating Women in Government brought together 60+ women from across the state to be empowered, encouraged, and challenged by our speakers and other attendees. Because this event was well-received and highly requested to come back, we’re hosting it again on Friday, March 8, 2024, at the MCIT building in St. Paul, and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever.
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Voting members belong to three or more user groups, have voting rights at the annual membership meeting, and can hold positions on the MnCCC Board. Non-voting members belong to one or two user groups and have full voting rights in the user groups, but not at the annual MnCCC membership meeting.
MnCCC is a prime example of counties working together to solve challenges efficiently and effectively. By collaborating on technology, counties can stay up to date on this critical operations issue.
MnCCC is a great partner. Through MnCCC, counties benefit from discounts on training and other services, such as the training programs and workshops available from Hallmentum.
MnCCC is a trusted partner and continues to build bridges across all levels of local government. The cooperative has been a longstanding leader for delivering cost-effect technology solutions and services for counties, cities and agencies in Minnesota.
MnCCC is a key partner to PWA. We collaborate with MnCCC to serve members with the expertise and insight they need to succeed. We are proud to work alongside an organization that cares about its members, provides exceptional support and works efficiently with us as a partner. We look forward to continuing to work together to empower Minnesota counties.
In working with MnCCC to support IFSpi, TriMin has appreciated the leadership MnCCC provides to help counties organize and prioritize their needs with respect to IFSpi and Cash Drawer. These counties have diverse needs based on population, technical sophistication, and experience. MnCCC helps find the common ground.