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California JPIA<br />Two Perspectives on<br />Joint Powers Authorities<br />Jon Shull<br />Chief Executive Officer<br />
Two Perspectives<br />Perspective 1:  We are a JPA<br />History<br />Purpose<br />Programs<br />Governance<br />Perspectiv...
We are a JPA<br />Formed under Government Code Sections 6500 and 990 to jointly provide self-insurance, purchased insuranc...
History<br /><ul><li>Local government entity composed of and governed by its Members
Created by the Contract Cities Association in the mid-1970s to provide liability coverage when the insurance industry aban...
Coverage began in 1978 with 33 members in Southern California
Now 121 members throughout the state</li></li></ul><li>Purpose<br />A Risk Sharing Pool – Not an Insurance Company<br />A ...
Programs<br />Self-insured programs for Liability and Workers’ Compensation<br />Group-purchased insurance for Property, E...
Governance<br /><ul><li>Elected officials govern the Authority
Board of Directors selects Executive Committee
Executive Committee meets monthly
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  1. 1. California JPIA<br />Two Perspectives on<br />Joint Powers Authorities<br />Jon Shull<br />Chief Executive Officer<br />
  2. 2. Two Perspectives<br />Perspective 1: We are a JPA<br />History<br />Purpose<br />Programs<br />Governance<br />Perspective 2: We have JPAs as Members<br />Elements of Success<br />Elements of Difficulty<br />
  3. 3. We are a JPA<br />Formed under Government Code Sections 6500 and 990 to jointly provide self-insurance, purchased insurance, and administrative services for our member agencies<br />
  4. 4. History<br /><ul><li>Local government entity composed of and governed by its Members
  5. 5. Created by the Contract Cities Association in the mid-1970s to provide liability coverage when the insurance industry abandoned local government
  6. 6. Coverage began in 1978 with 33 members in Southern California
  7. 7. Now 121 members throughout the state</li></li></ul><li>Purpose<br />A Risk Sharing Pool – Not an Insurance Company<br />A separate and distinct legal entity composed of public entity members that have joined together to finance an exposure, liability, or risk; coverage is priced by exposure and experience; motivated by reducing the cost of risk to public entities; goal is to improve value to members.<br />No Profit<br />No Shareholders<br />
  8. 8. Programs<br />Self-insured programs for Liability and Workers’ Compensation<br />Group-purchased insurance for Property, Earthquake, Pollution and Remediation Legal Liability, Crime, Special Events<br />Training Program<br />Risk Management Consulting<br />Loss Control Action Plans (LossCAP)<br />
  9. 9. Governance<br /><ul><li>Elected officials govern the Authority
  10. 10. Board of Directors selects Executive Committee
  11. 11. Executive Committee meets monthly
  12. 12. Managers Committee meets monthly
  13. 13. Finance Officers Committee meets monthly
  14. 14. CEO hired by Executive Committee
  15. 15. CEO responsible for hiring staff</li></li></ul><li>WWW.CJPIA.ORG<br />
  16. 16. We have JPAs as Members<br />Elements of Success – Address Everything!<br />Bylaws<br />Governance<br />Powers of JPA<br />Allocation of Costs<br />Liability<br />Dissolution<br />Management Responsibilities<br />Amendment<br />Focus on Mission of JPA<br />
  17. 17. We have JPAs as Members<br />Elements of Difficulty<br />JPA might not be the best solution<br />Turf Wars!<br />Outdated Governing Documents<br />Weak Policies, Procedures, or Documentation<br />Lack of Authority to Act<br />Unfocused Management<br />Mission Creep<br />Failure to do what is “right”<br />
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