Conflict of Interest Policy


Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) has a Conflict of Interest Policy to assure that employees and members of the Board of Directors avoid any conflict of interest. Laws governing the regional centers require that any potential or present conflict of interest that cannot be eliminated must be submitted to the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) with a plan that proposes mitigation measures. The DDS must follow a process as stipulated in Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations to review and approve proposed mitigation measures.

Members of the Board of Directors and all employees, including the Executive Director, shall avoid any conflict of interest between their respective personal, professional, business interests and the interest of ACRC in any and all actions taken by them on behalf of ACRC. A conflict of interest is defined as any activity, event, transaction or action that may influence or benefit a Board member, employee or family member of a Board member or employee.

Below are requests and responses for any conflict-of-interest issues.

Approval Letter for Amrstrong
Approval Letter for Ramirez