Finding and effectively communicating your pool's "why" message is well worth the effort, as Washington Schools Risk Management Pool (WSRMP) recently learned.
A decade of collaboration between Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority (MMIA) and Montana Association of Counties Property Casualty Trust (MACo PCT) has earned both groups a multinational award.
League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust Administrator Pete Tritz has been named as recipient of AGRiP's 2017 Award of Excellence in Service.
The Association of Governmental Risk Pools Board of Directors has selected Lynn McNamara, executive director of CIS (Citycounty Insurance Services) in Oregon as the recipient of the 2017 AGRiP Award for Excellence in Leadership. AGRiP will recognize McNamara’s excellence in leadership at the 2017 Governance & Leadership Conference.
Details of a settlement agreement in the closely-watched WCRP v Clark County case have been released.
The dues rate for AGRiP member pools is increasing 3 percent for renewals beginning Jan. 1, 2017. Contribution rate increases for QEI Patrons are more significant beginning in 2017, but represent the first-ever rate change since the QEI program's inception.
Mark down March 5-8 because you don't want to want to miss our 2017 Governance & Leadership Conference.
Nominations are now being accepted for AGRiP's Award for Excellence.
AGRiP's Resident Futurist Rebecca Ryan talks about common decision-making biases, how they might affect decisions made by public entity pools, and simple tricks to help avoid them.
Attendees at the 2016 Fall Educational Forum learned the importance of identifying and tracking "weak signals," which function as early warning signals of change.