The California City Management Foundation (CCMF) announced that the California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (California JPIA) has renewed their support of the California city management community as a 2021-22 Foundation Circle Sponsor.
Providing innovative risk management solutions for its public agency partners for more than 40 years, the California JPIA is one of the largest municipal self-insurance pools in the state, with more than 120 member cities and other governmental agencies. Members actively participate in shaping the organization to provide important coverage for their operations. The California JPIA provides innovative risk management solutions through a comprehensive portfolio of programs and services, including liability, workers’ compensation, pollution, property, and earthquake coverage, as well as extensive risk management training and loss control services.
“The California JPIA has our sincere gratitude for continuously supporting hundreds of CCMF members as they pursue excellence in city management,” said CCMF President Ken Striplin. “Not only are you a longtime top-tier sponsor, but many CCMF members take advantage of your risk-mitigation model: controlling costs by reducing claims frees up critical funding for their city programs and services. Thank you for providing city managers with the resources to meet their challenges head-on.”
CCMF corporate sponsors enjoy a number of benefits, including sponsorship recognition on the CCMF website, access to the CCMF weekly electronic newsletter and invitations to members-only activities and special events at the annual League of California Cities City Manager Department conference. Corporate membership fees start at just $1,250. Visit CCMF’s Become a Sponsor page to learn more.