CSAC believes in partnerships. Working together with a shared vision, we can make a difference. That is the foundation of our Association, and a reason why our Partnership program has been so successful.
CSAC created the Partnership program more than a decade ago to foster a closer relationship between business and local government. This program provides an opportunity to join with public officials on topics such as transportation, public policy, criminal justice, municipal finance and leadership development.
This partnership presents value to corporations that work with local government on policy issues, as well as those that have a focus on business development.
Members represent a wide variety of industries, including:
The program is designed for companies of all interests and sizes. We allow for different levels of participation to suit your company’s needs. A company can join the program on an annual basis at any of the three levels.
CSAC looks forward to enhancing our relationship with the private sector, and working with our membership to foster invaluable public-private partnerships.
To learn more about how the Partnership program can assist your company, please give us a call – or contact one of our private sector partners.
For more information please contact Jim Manker, Director of Corporate Relations, at (916) 327-7500 Ext. 528 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exhibitor & Sponsorship Opportunities
For information on CSAC exhibitor or sponsorship opportunities, contact Jim Manker at 916-327-7500, Ext. 528, or email email@example.com.
In partnership with CSDA, League of California Cities, and the State of California, CSAC is proud to offer the enhanced Statewide Travel Program & Voyager Fuel Card for the most economical rates available for travel-related services such as airfare, car rentals, travel agency services, hotels, and fuel cards.
Created in 1986, the CSAC Finance Corporation has spent the last 25 years helping local governments meet their financial needs by providing debt, investment and discount purchasing programs as well as financial training for county officials. Many of the ideas for new products and services have come from both public sector and business partners.