• FORUM 2021 is Coming Soon!

    FORUM 2021 is Coming Soon!

    The most anticipated NFBPA conference of the year is coming to a screen near you this summer. Join us June 22 - 25, 2021 for a virtual FORUM!
    From personalized tracks to accomplished speakers, this conference has something for everyone. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks!
  • Forum 2021: Call for Presentations

    Excellent Opportunity
    to Share Your Expertise

    We are excited to launch The Call for Presentations and receive submissions on today's hot topics in public administration. Feedback received from members and potential conference attendees guided the creation of four workshop tracks to ensure issues and interests relevant to professional development and skill enhancement were included.

    Presentation Submission

    How Do You Submit a Presentation?

    It is very simple. Click on the link below, review the summaries for each track, assemble the necessary experts, and complete the submission form.
    New - Upload a head shot and cut/paste a short bio into the system for each panelist(s).
    Four Good Reasons to Be a Moderator or Panelist
    1. Sharing your expertise and experiences is a good way to personally give back to the profession
    2. Spotlight the work of your current and/or former employers
    3. Additional reason for your employer to support your conference attendance
    4. Visibility for future professional opportunities
  • NFBPA South Florida Chapter and Aetna presents the 3rd Annual City Manager Symposium

  • Special FORUM 2020 Message from Friday Plenary Speaker, Chef and Best Selling Author Carla Hall!

  • Water Innovation Leadership Development Program

    Water Innovation Leadership Development Program
    For emerging leaders in water services management
    Full scholarships available for up to 15 fellows for 2021.
    Application Deadline: October 15, 2020

    The Water Innovation and Leadership Development (WILD) program is focusing on small and mid-sized utilities, and mid-career emerging leaders. Emerging leaders from small or mid-sized utilities, and minority candidates, are especially encouraged to apply.

    Upon completing the program, fellows will earn a Certificate of Completion from the Nicholas School of the Environment. 
  • ​NFBPA NTC Virtual Happy Hour: BYOB - October 1, 2020

  • NFBPA South Florida Presents: Unmasked Laughter, A Virtual Comedy Show.

  • Sister Circle Chat with NFBPANTC