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  Board of Elections Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) Accurately maintain a uniform, interactive computerized voter registration list which shall serve as the official voter registration list for all elections in the District, and shall contain the name, registration information, and a unique identifier assigned for every registered voter in the District. The Board shall be composed of 3 members, no more than 2 of whom shall be of the same political party, appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council. A person shall not be a member of the Board unless he or she: (1) Is a duly registered voter; (2) Has resided in the District continuously since the beginning of the 3-year period ending on the day he or she is appointed; and (3) Holds no other paid office or employment in the District government and no active office, position, or employment in the federal government. Yes 3 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/lznIvM/Board-Of-Elections.html?source=bcd
  Board of Ethics and Government Accountability (BEGA) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Board of Ethics and Government Accountability (BEGA) investigates alleged ethics laws violations by District government employees and public officials, provides binding ethics advice and conducts mandatory training on the DC Governments Code of Conduct. The Ethics Board shall consist of 5 members, no more than 3 of whom shall be of the same political party, (1) Is a duly registered voter; (2) Has resided in the District continuously since the beginning of the one-year period ending on the day he or she is appointed; and (3) Holds no other office or employment in the District government. Yes 5 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/9frYFc/Board-Of-Ethics-And-Government-Accountability
  Board of Review for Anti-Deficiency Violations Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the Board is to advise and make recommendations to the Mayor, the Chief Financial Officer ("CFO"), the Inspector General ("IG"), and the Council of the District of Columbia ("Council") with respect to reported anti-deficiency violations by officers and employees of the government of the District of Columbia. The board consists of 5 District Government members, including:  2 appointed and serving at the pleasure of Mayor 2 appointed and serving at the pleasure of the Chief Financial Officer 1 appointed and serving at the pleasure of Inspector General Appointed by position within District Government. No 2 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Commission on Persons with Disabilities Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Commission shall advocate on behalf of persons with disabilities and their families to promote inclusive communities and service delivery systems and to provide opportunities for public input, outreach, and education. The Commission serves as an advisory body to inform and advise the District on programs. services, facilities, and activities that impact the lives of residents with disabilities in the District of Columbia. The Commission shall consist of a minimum of twelve (12) and a maximum of fifteen (15) members representing the general public, who are appointed by the Mayor. Members shall have experience with or a demonstrated interest in issues that impact persons with disabilities. Commission members shall be District residents and may include representation from the following communities: persons with disabilities; representatives or the District of Columbia business community; representatives of the service provider community who serve persons with disabilities in the District; representatives of advocacy organizations who serve person with disabilities in the District; and other individuals in the District who have a demonstrated interest in enhancing the self-determination, productivity, integration, and valued participation of people with disabilities in all facets of community life. No 15 1 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/JbelYM/Commission-On-Persons-With-Disabilities
  Contract Appeals Board (CAB) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Contract Appeals Board provides an impartial, expeditious, inexpensive, and knowledgeable forum for hearing and resolving contractual disputes and protests involving the District and its contracting communities. The Procurement Practices Act vests the Board with exclusive jurisdiction to decide: protests of District contract solicitations and awards, appeals by contractors of District contracting officer final decisions, claims by the District against contractors, appeals by contractors of suspensions and debarments, and contractor appeals of interest payment claims under the Quick Payment Act. The Board is composed of a chairperson and 2 other members.  The members shall be appointed as administrative judges in the Career Service and shall not be removed except for cause.   Yes 3 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://Specialty Board, please contact MOTA
  Developmental Disabilities State Planning Council (DD Council) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The DDC is an independent, community-based advisory committee funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and the Council possesses a membership of fifteen (15) dedicated individuals charged with identifying and addressing the most pressing needs of people with developmental disabilities in the DC community.  The DD Council seeks to strengthen the voice of people with developmental disabilities and their families in support of greater independence, inclusion, empowerment and the pursuit of life as they choose.   The Council shall consist of 15 members appointed by the Mayor. 9 members of the Council shall be consumer members appointed as follows: (1) 3 shall be persons with developmental disabilities; (2) 3 shall be parents, guardians or immediate relatives of persons with developmental disabilities (collectively, “representatives”); and (3) 3 shall be a combination of persons with developmental disabilities and their representatives.  At least one or the Council consumer members shall be an immediate relative or guardian of an institutionalized or previously institutionalized person with a developmental disability or shall be an individual with a developmental disability who resides or previously resided in an institution.  None of the Council consumer members shall be employees of a District government agency that receives funds or provides services under the Federal Assistance to such State Councils grant program, managing employees of any other entity which receives such funds or provides such services, or persons with an ownership or controlling interest with respect to any such other entity.  Six (6) of the Council shall be general members, who shall be appointed by the Mayor from at least one (1) of each of the following: • Providers of services to persons with developmental disabilities; • A representative of DDS; • The District's Protection and Advocacy Organization; • The District's designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities; and • Local and non-governmental agencies or private non-profit groups concerned with services for individuals with developmental disabilities in the District. No 9 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/HA6vuK/Developmental-Disabilities-State-Planning-Council
  Office of Employee Appeals (OEA) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Office shall: (A) Establish and maintain systems for the timely processing, recording, and control of cases; (B) Maintain a database system to record and provide information on the status and disposition of cases; (C) Prepare and certify official records; (D) Publish final decisions of the Office; (E) Provide initial responses to Freedom of Information Act requests; (F) Manage a formal system for the organization, maintenance, and disposition of Office records; (G) Formulate and implement programs and policies that provide research assistance to the Office and the public; and (H) Maintain an updated index of cases, to include among other things subject matter and outcome, to provide research assistance to the Office and the public. 5 members appointed by Mayor, with Council consent. Members of the Office shall have demonstrated knowledge concerning personnel management or labor relations, and a reputation for impartiality and integrity in the discharge of their responsibilities. No member shall be eligible for reappointment. Yes 5 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/xG9Jml/Office-Of-Employee-Appeals-Oea
  Police and Firefighter's Retirement and Relief Board (PFRRB) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) In order to carry out his responsibilities under this subchapter with respect to retirement and disability determinations, and related functions, the Mayor of the District of Columbia shall establish a Police and Firemen's Retirement and Relief Board.   The Board shall be composed of: (A) Members and alternatives appointed from among persons who are employees of the District of Columbia, 1 member and 1 or more alternates from each of the following: the District of Columbia Office of Personnel, Corporation Counsel, Department of Human Services, the Metropolitan Police Force, and the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department; and (B) Two members, one of whom shall be a physician, appointed from among persons who are not officers or employees of the District of Columbia. Yes 2 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/eULLqn/Police-And-Firemans-Retirement-And-Relief-Board-PFRRB
  Public Employee Relations Board (PERB) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Board shall have the power to do the following: (1) Resolve unit determination questions and other representation issues (including but not limited to disputes concerning the majority status of a labor organization); (2) Certify and decertify exclusive bargaining representatives; (3) Decide whether unfair labor practices have been committed and issue an appropriate remedial order; (4) Resolve bargaining impasses through fact-finding, final and binding arbitration, or other methods agreed upon by the parties as approved by the Board and to remand disputes if it believes further negotiations are desirable. Arbitration shall not be conducted by the Board itself, but the Board shall provide arbitrators selected at random from a panel or list of arbitrators maintained by the Board and consisting of persons agreed upon by labor and management; (5) Make a determination in disputed cases as to whether a matter is within the scope of collective bargaining; The members of the Board shall be selected by the Mayor in the following manner: (1) One member shall be chosen from those persons whose names appear upon lists proposed by labor organizations each of which has been granted exclusive recognition for at least 250 District government employees at the time that the Mayor is making his or her selection; (2) One member shall be chosen from a list of at least 2 names proposed by an ad hoc committee appointed by the Mayor representing agency heads within the District government; and (3) Three neutral members, of whom 1 shall be designated by the Mayor as Chairperson, shall be public members. Public members must be DC residents.  Yes 5 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/IGjLCF/Public-Employee-Relations-Board
  District of Columbia Retirement Board (DCRB) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The District of Columbia Retirement Board (DCRB) is an independent agency of the District of Columbia Government. DCRB has the exclusive control and discretion to manage and control the District of Columbia Police Officers and Fire Fighters Retirement Fund and the District of Columbia Teachers Retirement Fund (the Funds). DCRB is also the benefits administrator for the District of Columbia Police Officers and Firefighters Retirement Plan and the District of Columbia Teachers Retirement Plan (the Plans). The Board shall consist of 12 members, 3 of whom are appointed by the  selected Mayor. Professional work experience in banking, insurance, or the investment industry Yes 3 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/wtv7MC/Dc-Retirement-Board
  Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation Board of Directors Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The District of Columbia Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation is established as a special purpose, independent instrumentality of the District government. The Corporation shall be a corporate body, intended, created, and empowered to effectuate the purposes stated in this subchapter, and shall have a legal existence separate from the District government.     No 2 1 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Open Government Advisory Group (OGAG) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Group shall provide a forum for agencies and the public to share best practices on innovative ideas to promote transparency, participation, and collaboration. This shall include systems, process solutions, and new technologies designed to further the goals of the Policy;   The Advisory Group shall consist of the following seventeen (17) voting members, who  shall be appointed by the Mayor:    1.    The Chief Data Officer of the Office of the Chief Technology Officer, or his or her designee;   2.    The Director of Technology Innovation of the Office of the Chief Technology Officer, or his or her designee;   3.    The City Administrator, or his or her designee;  4.    Three (3) Deputy Mayors, or their designees;   5.    The Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia, or his or her designee;  6.    The Director of the Office of Open Government within the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability, or his or her designee;   7.    The Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, or his or her designee;  8.    The Mayor’s General Counsel, or his or her designee;   9.    The Chief Librarian of the District of Columbia Public Library, or his or her designee; and  10.    Seven (8) public members who have an interest in government transparency, open data, and enhancing the public’s access to government information. No 17 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/sQhMEt/Open-Government-Advisory-Group
  Procurement Accountability Review Board (PARB) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the Board is to improve the quality, efficiency, and integrity of the contracting and procurement process within the District government. B. To do so, the Board shall review: (1) general concerns with contracting-related processes or procedures that impact the quality, efficiency, or effectiveness of the contracting process; (2) specific contracting-related actions, such as retroactive contracts, contract appeals, and contractor claims, that indicate that there has been inadequate adherence to applicable laws, regulations, processes, or procedures; and (3) identified conditions and operations within a specific agency that negatively impact the quality, efficiency, or effectiveness of the contracting process. A. The Board shall consist of the following three (3) members: 1. The Mayor or the Mayor's designee; 2. The City Administrator or the City Administrator's designee; and 3. The Chief Procurement Officer. B. The Mayor shall serve as the chairperson of the Board; provided, in the Mayor's absence, the City Administrator shall serve as the chairperson of the Board.   No 0 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Other Post-Employment Benefits Funds Advisory Committee Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) There is established an Other Post-Employment Benefits Fund Advisory Committee (“Advisory Committee”) to advise the Office of the Chief Financial Officer in its administration of the Other Post-Employment Benefits Fund (“Fund”) established pursuant to § 1-621.09(c). Each member of the Advisory Committee shall serve a 5-year term.  (d) A vacancy on the Advisory Committee shall be filled in the same manner in which the original appointment was made.  (e) An Advisory Committee member whose term has expired may continue to serve as a member until a replacement member has been appointed.  (f) A member appointed to replace a member who has resigned, dies, or is no longer able to serve (as determined by the Advisory Committee) shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term of the member being replaced.  (g) The Advisory Committee shall elect a chairperson by majority vote on an annual basis.  (h) Members shall serve without compensation, but shall receive actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties.  (i) The Mayor, Council, and Chief Financial Officer shall appoint members to the Advisory Committee within 90 days of December 17, 2014. Advisory Committee members shall have expertise in one or more of the following areas:  (1) Accounting;  (2) Employee benefits law;  (3) Financial advisory services;  (4) Government administration;  (5) Investment management; and  (6) Life and health insurance plans. No 1 0 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
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