9 CRR-NY 335.5NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 9. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
SUBTITLE G. OFFICE OF GENERAL SERVICES
CHAPTER VI. MISCELLANEOUS
SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL RULES
PART 335. CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS THROUGH STATE EMPLOYEES FEDERATED APPEALS
9 CRR-NY 335.5
9 CRR-NY 335.5
335.5 Statewide SEFA cabinet.
(a) The statewide SEFA cabinet shall consist of management and labor co-chairs, management and labor first and second co-vice chairs, other management and labor representatives as selected by the co-chairs, and the chairperson of the statewide SEFA council or their designee.
(b) The Governor may appoint State agency commissioners or their designees as management chair and first and second vice chairs of the statewide SEFA cabinet. It is desirable that by December 1st of each year, the Governor appoint State agency commissioners or their designees to fill any vacancies in the statewide SEFA cabinet that had previously been held by management, for the following year's campaign. Likewise, it is desirable that organized labor appoint union presidents or their designees as chair and vice chair of the statewide SEFA cabinet. By December 1st of each year, organized labor may appoint union presidents or their designees to fill any vacancies in the statewide SEFA cabinet that had previously been held by labor representatives, for the following year's campaign.
(c) The statewide SEFA cabinet shall be responsible for providing continuity and volunteer support to the campaign (including promotion on a statewide basis), the recruitment of State employee participants, making recommendations to the statewide SEFA council for strengthening the campaign and for improving statewide campaign materials, and at the request of the statewide SEFA council to address specific problems. The cabinet shall facilitate communications about SEFA to local SEFA committees as well as to State agency, union and charitable federation leaders. The cabinet shall adopt a written conflict of interest policy and by-laws for conducting its business and meetings; provisions for public notice of its meetings, meetings open to the public, and procedures for the public access of public records; and may allow proxy voting.
9 CRR-NY 335.5
Current through July 31, 2020
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