Recent graduates of the Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) Institute for Excellence in County Government included three staff of the Hamilton County Surveyors Office. Executive Secretary Lynette Mosbaugh, Survey Manager Brian Rayl and Project Engineer Gary Duncan graduated from the program after accruing thirty credit hours of study within a two consecutive year period.
The courses are geared specifically to county government and include courses on Leadership, Human Resources, Legal and Ethical Issues, Budget and Finance, Cybersecurity and Communications to name a few. Graduation was during the AIC’s annual conference in South Bend.
The Association is made up of elected county officials and was founded in 1957 for the betterment of county government. Each of Indiana’s 92 counties are members of the association. The AIC Board of Directors is responsible for overall AIC policy and management.
AIC serves its members through lobbing, education, publications, research and technical assistance.