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About IAC
Purpose & Responsibilities
The Idaho Association of Counties (IAC), formed in 1976, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan service organization dedicated to the improvement of county government. It was designed and incorporated by county elected officials to provide services, research, uniformity and coordination among member counties, in order for the county elected officials to serve their constituents better.

IAC is funded annually by dues paid by member counties and revenues generated by IAC services. The constitution and by-laws of IAC provide that the management of the organization is vested in a Board of Directors, which appoints an executive director to assist and serve at the pleasure of the board. The executive director is responsible for the management of the affairs of the IAC under general direction of the board. The officers of the board are elected at the IAC Annual Conference. Other directors are elected by the affiliate associations and IAC districts. IAC is owned, organized and operated by Idaho's county governments.