NDC Sponsors the Association of California Cities – Orange County

National Demographics Corporation (NDC) is proud to announce that it has moved forward with a sponsorship for the Association of California Cities – Orange County (ACCOC).

This ACCOC sponsorship allows NDC to be a part of a historic group that represents the interests of Orange County cities on regional public policy issues. Alongside NDC, the ACCOC membership base consists of the cities of Orange County, dozens of local government special districts, businesses, nonprofits and higher education institutions.  

“With decades of experience working with Orange County cities, our team understands the importance of Orange County cities and public officials in the wider California community,” stated NDC President Douglas Johnson. “We hope to continue working with our Orange County friends for many more decades to come!”

About the Association of California Cities — Orange County 

The Association of California Cities – Orange County (ACC-OC) represents the interests of Orange County cities on regional public policy issues.  The Association believes in education that empowers, policy development that is collaborative, and advocacy that is service orientated. The Association is governed by a Board of Directors and operates as a 501c3.

About NDC

National Demographics Corporation (NDC) is a pioneer in demographic analysis, districting and redistricting. Distinctly non-partisan, NDC guides the process, provides best-in-class tools, and empowers the community, while leaving the key policy choices to residents, staff and elected leaders. NDC’s services include districting, redistricting, Voting Rights Act and demographic analysis, and coordination with the Census Bureau on data and geography. NDC’s clients include states, counties, cities, school districts, community college districts, community service districts, water districts, health care districts, airport districts and more. With over 450 completed projects, NDC has successfully delivered on more districting and redistricting projects than any other firm in America.

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