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Updated association website offers new features

Monday, August 12, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Matt Lail
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As mentioned in a previous email, the N.C. City & County Management Association (NCCCMA) is pleased to announce its updated website and online community at ncmanagers.org. The association has partnered with the School of Government on website hosting, membership registration, and content management.

A visit to the new site will show a clean and updated look with improved navigation, and expanded functionality that enables members to:

  • join or renew memberships online
  • member profiles, photos, and other professional information
  • passwords or request usernames
  • with fellow NCCCMA members
  • the member-only directory
  • much more

NCCCMA members are encouraged to log in in order to renew FY19-20 annual membership and update online profiles. To simplify the initial account setup, the NCCCMA transferred members’ current NCCCMA profiles into this new site and enabled a convenient credit card payment option.

Here’s how it works:
1)    Visit ncmanagers.org and login with the following login credentials:
Username: @@username@@
Password: Password123
 
2)    Navigate to the “Profile Account and Settings” page by clicking on the upper right “Welcome” tab.
 
3)    Select the account settings drop-down menu option to change your password and update your profile information.


 
If you need any assistance with your account updates, please visit the FAQ or email at ncmanagers@sog.unc.edu.

In addition, if you have not received emails from the address above, please check your spam folders or make sure the address is “white listed.” NCCCMA members may need to contact their organization’s IT department to ensure that emails from NCCCMA are arriving.

Membership dues clarification

The NCCCMA would like to clarify some confusion around when membership dues are payable.

Membership dues run concurrently with the July 1 – June 30 fiscal year. Over the past several of years, some NCCCMA members have paid their dues late in the calendar year, which has led to some confusion. The updated website and membership database platform in coordination with the School of Government should vastly improve the membership invoicing process. 

In addition, the new ncmanagers.org gives members the ability to control what is viewed in the membership profile and online directory. This will offer more transparency and real-time viewing.