Rutgers, NJAC to host 2-day program on county administration skills

Rutgers University Center for Government Services, in cooperation with the New Jersey Association of Counties, will present an online program on county administration — designed to enhance the operational and functional knowledge of county administrators and professional staff — Oct. 20 and 27.

The two-day basic certificate program covers essential components in the administration of county government. Sessions will provide an overview of these important day-to-day functions:

  • Public procurement;
  • Management challenges;
  • County fiscal affairs;
  • Ethics.

Instructed by experienced professionals in their respective fields, the sessions bring real-life applications and insight to the implementation of daily operations and challenges. This program has been specifically designed to address the needs and interests of managers and administrators working in county government.

The Department of Community Affairs Division of Local Government Services has approved continuing credits for QPA, CCPO, CMFO, CCFO and CPWM recertification.

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