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UNC School of Government

Managing the Finance and Tax Offices

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This course provides an overview of management and communication issues relevant to local government finance and tax offices. Participants will learn the skills and practices necessary to improve both their individual performance as managers and the effectiveness of their offices. Topics will include internal controls, employment law, public records law, communication skills, cultural awareness, and working with local government managers and elected officials

Topics - Local and State Government

  • Human Resources
  • Local Government Finance
  • Open Government

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Public Officials - Local and State Government Roles Managers and Supervisors Department Heads Tax and Finance Officials Tax Officials


Kara Millonzi joined the School of Government in 2006. She attained the rank of full professor in July 2017, and was awarded the Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Distinguished Term Professorship in September 2017. She specializes in local government finance law, general county law, and incorporation...
Chris McLaughlin joined the School of Government in 2008. He was named Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Distinguished Term Assistant Professor for 2012–2014. Previously, he practiced law with Wilmer Hale in Boston and Verrill Dana in Portland, Maine. Most recently, he served as adjunct professor and...

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