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Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (ABC Board) The Board shall: (1) Oversee ABRA; (2) Receive and evaluate applications for licenses, transfers of licenses to new owners, and renewals of licenses; (3) Issue, transfer, and renew licenses to qualified applicants; (4) Regularly conduct inspections of the premises and the books and records of all licensees during day and evening hours and, on a reasonable number of occasions, without prior notification to the licensee or the licensee's employees, for compliance with regulations; (5) Establish procedures to receive and respond timely to complaints from any person alleging certain violations; (6) Conduct investigations, on its own initiative or on the basis of valid complaints, to identify violations of regulations; (7) Suspend or revoke licenses and impose civil fines as authorized by regulations; and (8) Refer evidence of criminal misconduct to the Inspector General of the District of Columbia, the Corporation Counsel, or the United States Attorney for the District, for investigation and prosecution. The Board shall be composed of 7 members. Each member of the Board shall be a resident of the District for at least 3 years immediately preceding his appointment, and during that period, have claimed a principal residence nowhere else. No member of the Board shall hold any other full-time employment with the District government during his or her term of service on the Board. Each member of the Board shall have a demonstrated record of substantial involvement in issues related to the community impact of licensed establishments before his or her appointment to the Board. The chairperson shall have a demonstrated knowledge of the laws and regulations relating to the sale and delivery of alcoholic beverages in the District. Yes 4 7 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/61gH15/Alcoholic-Beverage-Control-Board-ABC-Board
  Bicycle Advisory Council (BAC) The purpose of the Council shall be to serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, Council of the District of Columbia, and District agencies on matters pertaining to bicycling in the District and to make recommendations to the bicycle coordinator on the budget and focus of the Comprehensive Bicycle Transportation and Safety Program. The Council shall be composed of 17 members appointed as follows: (A) The bicycle coordinator of the Office of Bicycle Transportation and Safety of the District Department of Transportation, (B) The Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department or his or her designee; (C) The Director of the Office of Planning or his or her designee; (D) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation or his or her designee; and (E) Thirteen community representatives, with each member of the Council of the District of Columbia appointing one representative.   Note: Members are appointed by the Council of the District of Columbia NOT the Mayor's Office of Talent and Appointments.  For more information, please visit here BAC website below. Public members are appointed by the Council of the District of Columbia.  Please contact the Office of the Secretary of the District of Columbia for appointment information No 2 0 0 Adanna Mbanugo Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov https://dcbac.blogspot.com/p/about-bac.html
  Board for the Condemnation of Insanitary Buildings A Board for the Condemnation of Insanitary Buildings to examine the habitability and sanitary condition of buildings in the District of Columbia, to determine which such buildings are in such insanitary condition as to endanger the lives or health of the occupants thereof or of persons living in the vicinity, and to issue appropriate orders of condemnation requiring the correction of such condition or conditions or to require the demolition of any building. The Board shall be comprised of 7 members, as follows: (1) Two members designated by the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, one of whom shall be the chairperson; (2) One member designated by the Deputy Mayor for Economic Development; (3) One member designated by the Department of General Services; (4) One member designated by the Department of Public Works; (5) One member designated by the Department of Housing and Community Development; and (6) One member designated by the Office of Historic Preservation. Members are in respective employment roles within District government. No   0 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Board of Accountancy The Board shall regulate the practice of public accountants and certified public accountants. The Board shall consist of 5 members. Of the members of the Board, one shall be a consumer member and 4 shall be licensed as certified public accountants. Licensed for 5 years; District residency   3 5 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/zRWdQ0/Board-Of-Accountancy
  Board of Architecture, Interior Design, and Landscape Architecture To allow students and employees to engage in the practice of architecture when under the supervision of a licensed architect, to require the licensure of firms operating in the District that practice architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design, to require each office of a professional design firm located in the District to be licensed, to establish requirements for licensure of professional design firms, and to authorize disciplinary actions against licensed professional design firms. The board shall consist of 9 members of whom: 3 Architects, 4 architects licensed in the District; 2 interior designers licensed in the District; 2 professional landscape architects licensed in the District; and 1 Consumer member. Licensed for 5 years; District residency No 3 9 3 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/El1TG8/Board-Of-Architecture-And-Interior-Designers
  Board of Barber and Cosmetology The Board shall regulate the practice of barbers, body artists, and cosmetologists, including specialty cosmetology practices such as braiding, electrolysis, esthetics, manicuring and others as the Mayor may from time to time establish by rule, instructors and managers of these practices, and owners of such facilities. The Board shall consist of 14 members of whom 3 shall be barbers, 3 shall be cosmetologists, 3 shall be specialty cosmetologists, 3 shall be body artists, and 2 shall be consumer members. Licensed for 5 years; District residency; unaffiliated consumer member No 3 14 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/x4ljpL/Board-Of-Barber-And-Cosmetology
  Board of Funeral Directors The Board shall regulate the practice of funeral directors. Of the 5 members on the Board, 4 shall be funeral directors licensed in the District and one shall be a consumer member. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. No 3 5 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/lCUfWk/Board-Of-Funeral-Directors
  Board of Industrial Trades The Board of Industrial Trades shall regulate the practice of plumbers, gasfitters, electricians, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics, steam and other operating engineers, asbestos workers, elevator mechanics, elevator inspectors, except for those employed by the District of Columbia or by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and elevator contractors. The Board may establish bonding and insurance requirements, subcategories of licensure, education, and experience requirements for licensure, and other requirements. The board consists of 15 members, including:  3 plumbers 2 electricians licensed  2 refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics 2 steam and other operating engineers 2 asbestos workers, 1 elevator mechanic  1 elevator inspector  1 elevator contractor  1 consumer member Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. No 3 15 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/OzaFic/Board-Of-Industrial-Trades
  Board of Professional Engineering The Board shall regulate the practice of professional engineers and land surveyors. The board consists of 7 members, including:  4 Professional Engineers 2 Land Surveyors 1 Consumer member Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, with 5 years in addiction counseling.     Consumer member not affiliated with industry. No 3 7 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/rB85Tf/Board-Of-Professional-Engineering
  Board of Real Estate Appraisers The Board shall regulate the practice of real estate appraisal, including the functions of a state appraiser certifying and licensing agency under Title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989. The board consists of 5 members, including:  3 Real Estate Appraisers  1 Real Estate Broker 1 Consumer member Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia with at least 3 years of experience.    Consumer member not affiliated with industry. No 3 5 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/RoeyPT/Board-Of-Real-Estate-Appraisers
  Combat Sports Commission The DC  Combat Sports Commission (Commission) regulates boxing, wrestling, martial arts and mixed martial arts within the District of Columbia, and protects participants and consumers by upholding the District of Columbia Boxing and Wrestling license law. The board consists of 3 members. Experience or interest in field, must be residents of the District of Columbia. No 3 5 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/laLBed4Z9O/Combat-Sports-Commission
  Construction Codes Coordinating Board The purpose of the Board is to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the occupants or users or buildings and structures and the general public by the provision of Construction Codes for the District of Columbia to meet present-day demands for adequate and safe construction and maintenance of new and existing buildings and structures through the use of comprehensive and up-to-date codes and regulations   The Board shall be composed of the following 13 members: 1.    Office of the Construction Code Official (3 members); 2.    Office of the Fire Marshall (1 member); 3.    Executive Office of the Mayor (1 member); 4.    DC Council (1 member); 5.    Building Industry - Commercial and Industrial (1 member); 6.    Building Industry - Residential and Multi-Family (1 member); 7.    Architectural Design Profession (1 member); 8.    Mechanical Engineering Profession (1 member); 9.    Structural Engineering Profession (1 member); and 10.    Private Citizen (1 member).  The Mayor shall appoint all members of the Board, except that the Chairman of the DC Council may appoint the Council representative.  At least one-half of the Board members must be residents of DC, and the private citizen member must be a resident of the District of Columbia No 3 6 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/OFjoZF/Construction-Codes-Coordinating-Board
  Financial Literacy Council The Council shall assist and advise the Mayor and the Council in promoting the financial literacy of the residents of the District.   The Financial Literacy Council shall consist of 9 members, as follows: 1.    One member shall be appointed by the Chairman of the Council. 2.    One member shall be appointed by the chairperson of the Council committee with oversight of the Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking. 3.    One member shall be appointed by the Chief Financial Officer. 4.    Six members shall be appointed by the Mayor and shall be comprised of: 1.    One member who shall represent the Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking; 2.    One member who shall represent the District of Columbia Public Schools; and 3.    Four members who shall be District residents with extensive knowledge of financial institutions, personal finance, and financial literacy programs. No 4 4 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Green Building Advisory Council The Green Building Advisory Council (GBAC) shall monitor the District's compliance with relevant green building requirements and make recommendations on green building policies.   The GBAC shall consist of the following 13 members: 1.    The Director of DDOE, or the Director's designee; 2.    The Director of the Office of Planning, or the Director's designee; 3.    The Director of the Department of General Services, or the Director's designee; 4.    The Director of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, or the Director's designee; 5.    The Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development, or the Director's designee; 6.    Six members appointed by the Mayor comprised in equal number of representatives from the private and nonprofit sectors; 7.    One member appointed by the chairperson of the committee of the Council that oversees the building permit function in the District of Columbia; and 8.    One member appointed by the chairperson of the Committee of the Council that oversees DDOE.         Members of the GBAC who are not ex officio members shall have expertise in building construction, development, engineering, natural resources conservation, energy conservation, green building practices, environmental protection, environmental law, or other similar green building expertise.  All members must either work in or be residents of the District of Columbia. No 2 6 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/CDm4XF/Green-Building-Advisory-Council
  Pedestrian Advisory Council (PAC) The purpose of the PAC shall be to serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, the Council of the District of Columbia, and the District agencies on matters pertaining to the improvement of pedestrian safety and accessibility.   The PAC shall be composed of 18 members appointed as follows: (1) The Director of the District Department of Transportation, or designee; (2) The Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, or designee; (3) The Director of the Office of Planning, or designee; (4) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation, or designee; (5) The Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools, or designee; and (6) Thirteen community representatives who are District of Columbia residents with a demonstrated interest in pedestrian safety, with each member of the Council of the District of Columbia appointing one representative. No 3 0 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Public Service Commission (PSC) There shall be a Public Service Commission whose function shall be to insure that every public utility doing business within the District of Columbia is required to furnish service and facilities reasonably safe and adequate and in all respects just and reasonable. The charge made by any such public utility for any facility or services furnished, or rendered, or to be furnished or rendered, shall be reasonable, just, and nondiscriminatory. Every unjust or unreasonable or discriminating charge for such facility or service is prohibited and is hereby declared unlawful.   The Commission has 82.6 full-time positions and is headed by a Chairman and two Commissioners, who are appointed to four-year terms by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the DC Council. Yes 4 3 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://Specialty Board, please contact MOTA
  Public Space Committee The Public Space Committee meets monthly to review and render a decision on a variety of types of permit applications for the use and occupancy of the public right of way that do not fall within the regular permitting process such as sidewalk cafes; over-height retaining walls; over-height fences; and security bollards.         0 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Real Estate Commission The District of Columbia Real Estate Commission (Commission) regulates the licenses of professional real estate agents and protects consumers by upholding the District of Columbia real estate license law.   The Commission consists of nine members appointed by the Mayor. All members must be residents of the District of Columbia throughout their tenure on the Commission. Three members must each hold a Broker’s license; two members must hold a Salesperson’s license; two members must hold a Property Manager’s license; one member must be a licensed attorney; and one member must be a consumer member who does not hold a real estate license. Five members of the Commission constitute a quorum. No 3 9 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/HgN4ju/Real-Estate-Commission
  Recreational Trails Advisory Committee The Committee shall advise the Mayor on trail planning and allocating funds for trail improvements projects from funding allocations made by the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) National Recreational Trails Fund Act.   The Committee shall consist of not less that 7 members including Chairperson and Vice Chairperson who shall serve at the pleasure of the Mayor.  The members are recommended by recreational trail user organizations, each representing the following recreational trail uses: 1.    Non-motorized recreational trail users 2.    Off-road motorized recreational trail users and 3.    The Ex officio member is the Director of the Department of Transportation or his or her designee. No 3 11 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/1bde8i/District-Of-Columbia-Recreational-Trails-Advisory-Committee
Sustainable Energy Utility Advisory Board (SEU Advisory Board) There is established a Sustainable Energy Utility Advisory Board whose purpose shall be to: (1) Provide advice, comments, and recommendations to the DDOE and Council regarding the procurement and administration of the SEU contract described in §§ 8-1774.01 and 8-1774.02; (2) Advise the DDOE on the performance of the SEU under the SEU contract; and (3) Monitor the performance of the SEU under the SEU contract.   The Board shall be comprised of: (1) The Mayor, or his or her designee, who shall chair the Advisory Board; (2) The People's Counselor his or her designee; (3) The Chair of the Public Service Commission or his or her designee; (4) One member appointed by the Chairman of the Council committee with oversight of the Energy Office; (5) One member appointed by the Chairman of the Council; (6) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing the renewable energy industry; (7) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing an environmental group; (8) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing the low-income community; (9) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing the building construction industry; (10) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing the building management industry; (11) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing the economic development community with particular expertise in the generation of green-collar jobs; (12) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing the electric company; and (13) One member, appointed by the Mayor, representing the gas company. (c) Each member of the Advisory Board appointed by the Mayor or Council shall have demonstrable expertise in energy efficiency or renewable energy. No 3 9 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/VOCFsb/Sustainable-Energy-Utility-Advisory-Board
  Water and Sewer Authority Board of Directors (WASA) The Board shall, among other related duties, develop policies, adopt, and publish rules and regulations governing the management, maintenance, and operation of water distribution and sewage collection, treatment, and disposal systems under the control of the Authority. The board consists of 6 District principal members, 6 District alternate members, 1 Fairfax County representative; 2 Montgomery County representatives and 2 Prince George's County representatives. District members must be DC residents. Yes 4 12 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/0I0lTW/Dc-Water-And-Sewer-Authority-Wasa-Speciality-Skills-Board
  Leadership Council for a Cleaner Anacostia River The Leadership Council shall serve as a multi-jurisdictional advisory group for the District’s For a Cleaner Anacostia River, The Anacostia River Sediment Project (“For a Cleaner Anacostia River Project”), a project to sample, study, and remediate contaminated sediments in the Anacostia River.  The Leadership Council will utilize the knowledge and influence of its members to advise and support the District’s For a Cleaner Anacostia River project, and to address ongoing pollution to the river from sources in multiple jurisdictions, throughout the Anacostia River’s watershed.   The Leadership Council shall consist of 22 members, comprised of officials from federal, state, and local government, representatives from environmental and other nongovernmental organizations, and representatives of communities adjacent to the Anacostia River. No 3 22 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
Undergrounding Project Consumer Education Task Force (UPCETF) The Task Force shall monitor the implementation by the District Department of Transportation and the Potomac Electric Power Company of the consumer education and outreach provisions of the DC Power Line Undergrounding ("DC PLUG") education plan. Based on consumer feedback, the Task Force shall, as necessary, advise the District Department of Transportation and the Potomac Electric Power Company on ways to better educate consumers on the implementation of DC PLUG to best achieve responsive and reliable communication throughout the project lifecycle.     No   13 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Urban Forestry Advisory Committee       No 3 12 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Transit Rider Advisory Council         3 0 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  For Hire Vehicle Advisory Council The purpose of the FHVAC shall be to advise the DFHV on all matters related to the regulation of the vehicle for-hire industry.   The FHV AC shall be composed of 11 members appointed as follows: "(1) The Director of the DFHV, or the Director's designee; "(2) The Director of the District Department of Transportation, or the Director's designee; "(3)(A) Nine community representatives, who do not work for the District government, appointed by the Mayor as follows: "(i) Two District residents who operate public or private vehiclesfor-hire in the District; "(ii) Two representatives of companies providing vehicle for-hire industry services in the District; "(iii) Two representatives of the hospitality or tourism industry in the District; and "(iv) Three District residents, unaffiliated with the vehicle for-hire industry, who regularly use public or private vehicles-for-hire in the District. "(B) The community representatives shall be appointed for a term of 3 years, with initial staggered appointments of 3 community representatives appointed for one year, 3 community representatives appointed for 2 years, and 3 community representatives appointed for 3 years. The community representatives to serve the one-year term, the community representatives to serve the 2-year term, and the community representatives to serve the 3-year term shall be determined by lot at the first meeting of the FHV AC. No 3 9 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/bR8Vnb/ForHire-Vehicle-Advisory-Council
  Commission on Climate Change and Resiliency To assess the impacts of the changing climate and potential impacts of adverse weather events, the District's ability to mitigate and adapt to climate change, and to monitor the status of the District's ability to prepare, plan for, absorb, recover from, and adapt to adverse events, to transmit reports and recommendations to the Council and the Mayor, and to establish the Climate Change and Resiliency Fund.   Each member must have demonstrable expertise in at least one of the following areas: (A) Emergency preparedness; (B) Energy; (C) Environmental justice; (D) Environmental science; (E) Insurance; (F) Natural resources; (G) Public health; and (H) Transportation. No 3 8 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Multimodal Accessibility Advisory Council The purpose of the MAAC shall be to serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, the Council, and District agencies on making local transit and public space in the District more accessible to persons with disabilities The MAAC shall be composed of 9 members appointed as follows: (1) The Director of DDOT, or the Director's designee; (2) The Director of the Office of Disability Rights, or the Director's designee; (3) The Director of the Office of Human Rights, or the Director's designee; (4)(A) Six community representatives, who are District residents and who represent the disability advocacy community, appointed by the Mayor.   No 3 6 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
  Streetlight Advisory Panel The purpose of the SAP is to receive periodic updates during the procurement, design, construction and asset management phases to provide feedback on the District’s Smart Lighting Project (“Project”) and to provide critical feedback that will improve the overall quality of the Project.  1.    Community representatives - Eight (8) residents representing each Ward of the District of Columbia.  2.    Industry experts – At least one resident with professional expertise in each of the following areas: a.    Economic Development Member b.    Environmental Member c.    Historic Preservation and Design Member  d.    Lighting Technology and Engineering Member  e.    Public Health Member f.    Public Safety Member g.    Smart City Member h.    Streetlight Task Force Member  i.    Traffic Safety Member Must be a resident of Washington, DC No 2 9 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/2ELF9dYEfS/Streetlight-Advisory-Task-Force
Green Finance Authority Board of Directors The District of Columbia Green Finance Authority (DC Green Bank) is established to increase the availability of financing for energy, efficiency, clean and renewable energy, clean transportation vehicles and infrastructure, stormwater management, sustainable projects and programs, water efficiency and green infrastructure projects in the District.   Must meet member criteria   3 7 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/Hw4xBMYtju/Green-Bank-Authority-Board
District of Columbia Financial Services Regulatory Sandbox and Innovation Council The Council shall, within six (6) months after its first meeting, produce a report to the Mayor of legislative, programmatic, and policy recommendations after having examined issues germane to the purpose of the Council Seat specific Appointed by seat No 3 19 2 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/oq9UV490DZ/District-Of-Columbia-Financial-Services-Regualtory-Sandbox-And-Innovation-Council
Building Energy Performance Standards Task Force The Building Energy Performance Management Task Force shall 1) Advise DOEE on creation and implementation plan for the building performance program, 2) recommend amendments to proposed regulations issued by DOEE and 3) recommend complementary programs or policies.   By seat No 3 12 0 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
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