CIRA is a joint powers authority formed under California government code and governed by a Board of Directors representing every member. The Board meets twice per year to determine program budget and funding, consider new programs and services, and guide the direction of the organization. An Executive Committee, elected from the Board, meets quarterly to develop strategic goals and recommendations for the Board’s consideration. Subcommittees comprised of member subject matter experts support the Executive Committee.

Joint Powers Agreement

Bylaws

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Conflict of Interest:

The Political Reform Act (Government Code § 81000, et seq.) requires state and local government agencies to adopt and promulgate conflict of interest codes. The Fair Political Practices Commission has adopted a regulation (Cal. Code of Regs. § 18730) which contains the terms of a standard conflict of interest code. After public notice and hearing the policy may be amended by the Fair Political Practices Commission to conform to amendments in the Political Reform Act. Therefore, the terms of California Code of Regulations § 18730 and any amendments to it duly adopted by the Fair Political Practices Commission are hereby incorporated by reference. The below regulation and Appendix designating officials and employees and establishing disclosure categories, shall constitute the conflict of interest code of the California Intergovernmental Risk Authority (the “Authority”).

CIRA Board representatives, certain vendors, and employees are subject to annual reporting economic interests under the Fair Political Practices Act. A Form 700 Statement of Economic Interests must be completed within 30 days of each appointment, renewed annually, and filed with CIRA. Visit www.fppc.ca.gov for more information.

Conflict of Interest