Lee County Property Appraiser’s Office receives Re-Certification of Excellence in Assessment Administration from IAAO
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The International Association of Assessing Officers recently announced that the Lee County, Florida Property Appraiser’s Office has received Re-Certification of Excellence in Assessment Administration. Lee County first earned the certificate in 2008, and this required re-certification is a demonstration of their continued commitment to best practices.
IAAO’s Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration recognizes governmental units and individuals involved with assessment that integrate best practices in the workplace.
This challenging and rigorous program is a self-conducted evaluation of adherence to specific, accepted assessment administration and appraisal standards as defined in the IAAO publication Assessment Practices: Self-Evaluation Guide.
This re-certification was presented during a ceremony at the IAAO 81st Annual International Conference on Assessment Administration at the J. W. Marriott in Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 14.
On hand to receive he honor was Lee County Property Appraise Ken Wilkinson.
IAAO’s Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration is an important recognition of industry professionals who strive to meet the highest standards in their line of work. It is a great honor for IAAO to present Lee County, Florida Property Appraiser’s Office with this re-certification during the annual conference.
IAAO is the leading nonprofit, educational and research association for individuals in the assessment profession and others with an interest in property valuation and taxation. IAAO’s mission is to promote innovation and excellence in property appraisal, assessment administration and property tax policy through professional development, education, research, and technical assistance.
IAAO currently serves over 7,000 members worldwide.
For additional information on IAAO, the conference, or the certificate, visit www.iaao.org or call (816) 701-8100.