First 5 LA Policies
First 5 LA is a public agency committed to protecting and responsibly using public funds. To ensure transparency and appropriate use of these funds, First 5 LA has created policies and procedures to help guide Commissioners and staff on how to carry out their respective roles in an ethical, cost-efficient way.
Under this policy, the Commission must vote to approve any proposed additions, changes or deletions to the annual budget.
This policy explains what authority the Executive Director and the Commission have with regard to modifying the annual Operating Budget.
This policy outlines the steps that must be taken by an individual or organization that wants to appeal a specific decision regarding a bid for a contract with First 5 LA.
This policy explains what information and records must be kept by First 5 LA, and for how long. It also provides instructions on how to properly destroy dated information.
This policy defines fund balance reporting and the different types of government funds.
This policy describes the process by which First 5 LA determines whether a contract can be awarded to an organization as a strategic partner (without a competitive bid), versus through an RFP.
This policy explains how First 5 LA selects vendors who provide the organization with goods and services.
This policy explains that First 5 LA funds cannot be used to replace state or local General Fund money for any reason.
This policy defines conflict of interest and why it must be avoided.
In the event that First 5 LA decides to take a position on legislation or other governmental actions, this policy provides guidelines on the process for approving the agency's position.
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