Becker awarded by Iowa Municipal Finance Officers Association

Lansing City Clerk Katie Becker has been awarded the designation of "Iowa Certified Municipal Finance Officer" from the Iowa Municipal Finance Officers Association (IMFOA) for achieving its high educational, experience and service requirements. Becker joins a number of Municipal Officers in the state of Iowa who currently hold the designation through the program first launched by IMFOA in 2005.

The program aids Municipal Clerks, Deputy Clerks and Finance Officers in improving job performance and recognizes the professionalization of the Municipal Professionals Office. Completion of the Iowa State University Institute on Basic Government and Professional Curriculum or a baccalaureate degree in public administration or related field, responsible experience in local government, and participation in conferences, meetings and educational seminars are required to earn this prestigious Iowa Certified Municipal Clerk designation.

The Iowa Municipal Finance Officers Association, in conjunction with the Iowa State University Office of State and Local Government Programs and in partnership with the Iowa League of Cities, sponsors the Iowa Municipal Officials Certification Program. The mission is to insure educational commitment to establish and maintain competent administration for city government in Iowa.
 

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