The County Executive Office is the executive branch of the County and is responsible to the Board of Supervisors for the general administration and coordination of all County operations and programs. Many OCEA members work in clerical support of the CEO’s role of preparation of the annual county budget, labor relations, recommendations on state and federal legislation, development and coordination of County administrative operating procedures, and conducting analysis of program operations as requested by the Board of Supervisors.
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All public employees have certain broad rights, some of which differ from those of private-sector employees.
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What is an MOU? It's a "memorandum of understanding"—another name for a collective bargaining agreement!