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Requests for Proposals
The MACOG Board announces the release of three (3) Request for Proposals (RFP) related to its Long-Term Disaster Recovery & Resiliency Planning Initiative:
 Contract Staff

Regional Planner/Grant Administrator
Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission is seeking a Regional Planner/Grant Administrator. Responsibilities include assisting local governments with grant applications, grant administration, coordinating and assisting with planning studies, and other special projects related to community development, economic development and transportation. Bachelor's degree is required with preference given to major course work in planning, public administration, political science, economics, or other related fields of study. Knowledge of GIS mapping applications is a plus but not required. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to davidbock@midmorpc.org by 03/28/2018. A more detailed job description can be found at www.midmorpc.org. (EOE)

New MACOG Officers were Inducted January 2018
Pictured are outgoing President Bonnie Prigge(Meramec RPC); Felicity Ray, new Treasurer (Ozark Foothills RPC); Linda Conner, new President (Lake of the Ozarks COG); and Randy Railsback new (old) Vice President (Green Hills RPC)

Southwest Missouri Council of Governments Helps Secure $2.2 Million EDA Grant
Jason Ray, executive director of the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments, assisted with the announcement of a $2.2 million EDA investment in Cox Nursing College, that will help insure access to healthcare in southwest Missouri.
"The collaborative efforts of local leaders will allow for new healthcare opportunities throughout southwest Missouri," said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross. "The expanded Cox College nursing school will help local workers gain the skills health care providers look for in a modern workforce."

NADO Policy Conference & Meetings with Legislators
Left: Elizabeth Van Winkle and Jason Ray with Congressman Billy Long (7th District, Joplin/Springfield)
Center: Missouri faction at the NADO Policy Conference reception on the Hill
Right: Elizabeth Van Winkle and Jason Ray with Senator Roy Blunt

New Job Opportunities
Don't forget to check the Job Openings page for employment opportunities in our region!

Next MACOG Meeting

MACOG Meeting


Governor's Office Building
Jefferson City, MO


MACOG Affiliates

United States Department of Agriculture - Rural Development

United States Geological Survey

United States Small Business Administration

Gamble & Schlemeier

National Association of Development Organizations

Missouri Municipal League

Missouri Association of Counties

Missouri Public Utility Alliance

Missouri Spatial Data Information Service

Missouri City/County Management Association

Missouri Recycling Association