July 12, 2017, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Held in the lower level training room, KAC building. Street Parking only.
The governments of the U.S. are part of a federal system, purposively designed by our Founding Fathers. The result of this unique system of government is an ever-changing set of relationships between the federal government, state governments, and local governments. This course will focus on the intergovernmental relations found among them and the myriad issues that accompany the day-to-day operations that affect the overall efficiency of our system. This course will be highly interactive and includes a tour of the statehouse.
This course will provide in-depth information on:
• the Federal system,
• Kansas government,
• the legislative processes,
• relevant Federal and State agencies,
• how to understand a statute and bill
• how to work with Kansas state bureaucracy,
• working with townships,
• partnership opportunities with other local governments
Instructors: Randall Allen, KAC Executive Director & Melissa Wangemann, KAC Legislative Director & General Counsel