NACCHO has released its 2016 Annual Report, which summarizes the association’s significant accomplishments last year. In 2016, NACCHO advanced the work of local health officials and their staffs by building local health department (LHD) capacity, highlighting innovation, advocating for public health priorities, and connecting its members to improve public health practice. NACCHO awarded more than $1 million to 45 demonstration sites, gave $2.5 million to Medical Reserve Corps units through the MRC Challenge Awards, presented 64 workshops and webinars, produced 76 publications, provided more than 420 hours of on-on-one technical assistance, and hosted three major conferences attended by more than 4,000 total participants. The report also describes the ways in which the association’s values of leadership, excellence, health equity, participation, and innovation have guided NACCHO in advancing the work of LHDs in 2016. Read the full report on NACCHO’s Annual Reports webpage.