|MISAC - Four Pillars|
The following four pillars of the Municipal Information Systems Association of California provide the foundation of efforts to fulfill its mission:
Foster greater opportunities for local government information technology professionals to develop meaningful relationships with peers, other municipal professional associations, local leadership, and State executive and Legislative leaders.
Provide members with timely information, opportunities to share and contribute collective knowledge, the shared expertise of the association necessary to build the strength of their organizations, and an effective and responsive association necessary to meet its member's needs.
Education & Professional Development
Provide members with opportunities to expand their strategic and technical education in the field of municipal information service as well as preparing information systems executives, managers and technicians for future professional challenges and advancement.
Educate decision makers at state and local levels on the importance of enacting policies, legislation, and priorities that support and fund the advancement of information systems as an integral part of government's infrastructure, efficiency and service delivery.