In 2010, ICLEI USA created the protocols by which U.S. local governments account for emissions at both the community and municipal scale and in 2013, developed ClearPath, an emissions inventory and management software application, which is the manifestation of these protocols. In combination, these activities have reduced the financial and administrative burden to measure and manage GHG emissions. 900 U.S. local governments have established ClearPath accounts. ICLEI USA technical advisors support users who developed 336 community inventories and 196 municipal inventories in 2019. Occasionally, local governments outsource the inventory development to ICLEI USA. In 2019, ICLEI USA developed inventories for: Manhattan Beach, San Jose and Carson California; Boulder, Lakewood and Northglenn Colorado; Boca Raton, Oakland Park, and Pinecrest Florida; Beacon, New York; Beaverton Oregon; Denton and Plano Texas; and King County, Washington.