STILLWATER, Okla. – The Center for Local Government Technology has appointed Gary Snyder as the new CLGT director, commencing Nov. 1, 2018.
For more than 40 years, Snyder has gained experience in administrative rules, training initiatives, budget assessment, and professional development from the workforce. He has been employed with CLGT since 2000. As new legislation recently passed, Snyder is eager to continue to maintain and improve CLGT.
“We are here to deliver good, quality training; we are here to help; we are here for service. At CLGT, we are here for the people,” said Snyder.
With his vast work experience and knowledge to promote professionalism, efficiency and quality in delivery of services, Snyder is excited to begin his new position as director.
Snyder graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Agricultural Economics. He has been involved with county government since 1992, and has an extensive background with CLGT. He has 42 years of experience in the real estate Profession, was a former County Assessor, 26 years of experience in real and personal property assessment and appraisal for taxation purposes, and has 18 years of classroom training experience.
CLGT is a public service outreach program of the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University. CLGT is committed to providing the highest quality educational programs, training, technical assistance and customized services to various customer groups who specialize in serving the public.