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County Administration

County Administration

Current and Long-Range Operational Plans

The County Manager is responsible for implementing policies set by the Board of County Commissioners, recommends improved management practices, and directs county operating divisions. The County Manager and his staff prepare current and long-range operational plans; review all existing and future planning systems, personnel, records retention, equipment, and facility requirements; and recommend procedures and standards for sound, effective county management. The County Manager also coordinates and maintains relations with other jurisdictions and agencies.

 

County Manager reports are available on Business Meeting agendas and can be viewed by visiting douglascountyco.iqm2.com/citizens/default.aspx? and selecting Board of County Commissioners from the Meeting Group (top left hand), and then selecting a Business Meeting from the calendar.  County Manager Reports are towards the end of the Business Meeting Agenda.

The County Manager, Doug DeBord, has been an employee of Douglas County since 1995, and has served in the role of County Manager since 1998.  He is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the county government.

DeBord has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado.  He is a member of the International City/County Management Association.

The Mission of the County Manager’s Office is to:

  • Implement Board of County Commissioner policies by providing an efficient and effective support system that enhances each department’s ability to carry out its mission.
  • Cultivate an environment of respect, support, and leadership that inspires and encourages organizational excellence, cooperation, innovation, superior customer service, and empowered employees.
  • Act as a liaison between the Board of County Commissioners and other County departments, governmental entities, and the business community.
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