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For the past decade, BDA Consulting Group, Inc., has been dedicated to providing innovative solutions for local governments worldwide.  Brian Davis, President and CEO of BDA Consulting Group, has personally been inside of more than 2,500 city halls nationwide and attended more than 500 city council meetings. BDA Consulting Group has narrowed its focus over the past few years toward programs that are of little cost (or free) for cities to participate in, generate a healthy and sustainable revenue stream for the municipality, and create value added services for citizens. 

Brian has served as the Director of the Southwest and Midwest Innovation Groups (now known as the ICMA Alliance for Innovation), a non-profit collection of nearly 500 forward-thinking cities and counties.        

                                                                              

Brian has also represented numerous companies providing products and services to the public sector, including several Fortune 500 Companies:                                                                                                                     

  • AT&T
  • Direct TV
  • ADT
  • Trane/Ingersoll Rand
  • Constellation Energy
  • Multi-Rater Feedback Systems
  • I Got Connected
  • White Fence
  • Schneider Electric
  • Texzon Utilities
  • Direct Energy
  • Hudson Energy
  • American Green Lights
  • Green Street Lights
  • Utility Service Partners
  • Macquarie Capital
  • Emergency Communications Network

                                                                                                                           

Brian is also a contributing co-author of the book “Bottom Line Green: How America’s Cities are Saving the Planet (and Money Too)."  www.bottomlinegreencities.com

Brian has served as keynote speaker for four City Manager Association of Oklahoma annual conferences, the Ohio City Manager Association annual conference, the first ever National League of Cities “Green Cities” Conference in Portland, OR, and the Texas Municipal League and West Virginia Municipal League Annual Conferences.

Brian has had numerous articles on cutting-edge local government technologies and programs published in a variety of state municipal league and city manager/elected official newsletters nationwide.

Brian received a BS in Human Communications from Abilene Christian University and completed post-graduate work in Sociology at St. Hughes College, Oxford, England. In 1998, Brian moved to Chicago, IL, and continued post-graduate work at DePaul University (Information Technology) while working as a Technology Risk Consultant for Arthur Andersen during the Y2K crisis. 

 

In January of 2000, Brian co-founded Accountability International, Inc. (www.minitrax.com) a patented, web-based, Internet productivity tool.

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