Board Handbook, ByLaws & Policies
CCMFOA Handbook and Bylaws
The current CCMFOA Handbook and bylaws. (Revised-November 2022)
Board Retreat Report
Report of the June 19, 2009 CCMFOA Board Retreat
CCMFOA Survey Report
Member and Non-Member Survey Results
CCMFOA ListServ Instructions-Policy
How to subscribe/Unsubscribe and post messages to the CCMFOA Listserv. CCMFOA Listserv Policy
CCMFOA Retention Schedule – March 2013
CCMFOA Document Retention Schedule for CCMFOA Board Files
Social Media Use Policy
Purpose, Objective and Use of Facebook Page
City Clerks and Municipal Finance Officers Association of Kansas Handbook
Local and State Partners
Government Finance Officers Association – The GFOA is the professional association of state/provincial and local finance officers in the United States and Canada, and has served the public finance profession since 1906.
PPMC –The Public Policy and Management Center has more than 60 years of experience working directly with governments and non-profit organizations in the areas of applied research, technical assistance, facilitation, and professional development. The PPMC has the professional knowledge and capacity to implement, manage and ensure the successful completion of client projects.
IIMC – International Institute of Municipal Clerks -The International Institute of Municipal Clerks is the leading professional association serving the needs of Municipal Clerks, Secretaries, Treasurers and Recorders and other allied associations from cities and towns worldwide.
Kansas Department of Administration – Accounts and Reports – Municipal Services provides helpful information, as well as links to Budget templates, Audits Information as well as many other helpful links.
Kansas Government Finance Officers Association – The KSGFOA serves more than 200 professionals across the state of Kansas from state, county, and city governments; school districts, colleges, universities, special districts and private firms. KSGFOA was established as a nonprofit organization to promote and foster excellence in governmental financial management through education programs, technical referral network, information concerning legislation and accounting policies that may affect the finance professional.
League of Kansas Municipalities – The LKM is a voluntary, nonpartisan organization of over 500 Kansas cities. It operates as a public agency and is defined by state law as an instrumentality of its member cities. The powers and duties of the League are prescribed by state law and in bylaws adopted by the voting delegates of its member cities. Updated Budgeting Tips available on LKM’s Resources Page