When public agency officials refuse to resign

PUBLIC AGENT PUBLIC ALLEGATIONS: PUBLIC AGENTS, NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS Public agent is the term used for an employee of a public agency who, by his or her performance, represents the agency in matters affecting public policy.

Public agents also include elected or appointed officials of state or local governments.

PUBLIC AGENCY OFFICIALS: PUBLIC OFFICIAL, NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC POLICY OFFICIAL PUBLIC POLICE OFFICIAL Public affairs officers, also known as public servants, are officials charged with maintaining public order and protecting the public.

They work closely with law enforcement, the military, the judiciary, and other agencies to promote the public interest and promote public safety.

Public officials may have the power to order police and fire to perform their duties in the event of a crime, and to issue subpoenas to journalists and other sources.

Public affairs personnel are often referred to as public affairs officers because they are charged with keeping the public informed of current public policy issues and events, and have the authority to initiate investigations into matters of public concern.

Public policy officers are the senior staff members of the National Commission on Public Policy, a nonpartisan advisory body established by Congress in 1976.

The Commission is charged with recommending to the president public policy initiatives.

The National Commission also reports to the President.

PUBLIC POLYGAMY OFFICIAL OFFICIAL: PUBLIC POLYSAMY OFFICIES, NEW ORLEANS PUBLIC POLYPY OFFICIARY PUBLIC POLIEGAMY OFFICIaries are public servants charged with upholding the law and protecting public health and safety.

They represent the public’s interest in public affairs matters.

Public poli- tics officers may be public servants appointed by or appointed by the executive branch.

Public pro- grams are generally appointed by Congress and must have a term of two years.

PUBLIC PRIVATE SECTOR PUBLIC POLIO- NAMERS Public servants charged by law with public affairs responsibilities are public sector employees who are responsible for ensuring the effective execution of public policy, and performing their duties to the best of their abilities.

Public sector employees also include public school teachers, public health care workers, and public safety personnel.

Public relations and public affairs personnel may be considered public servants because they work closely together with law en- gineers, military and other federal agencies, and with other agencies.

Public servants also include state and local elected officials, elected state and district officials, county clerks, and many other public servants.

PUBLIC SERVICE OFFICIAL The term public service is used to describe an employee who serves the public or its interests in an official capacity, whether in a private or public capacity.

In a general sense, public service employees include: State and local employees: local government employees; state and county officials; employees of public utilities; school bus and street cleaners; health care personnel; military and security personnel; correctional officers; and other public employees who perform their official duties.

In addition, public servants may include government employees appointed by law or by the legislature.

Public service employees also includes government and private sector employees in a variety of roles, including teachers, lawyers, public defenders, teachers’ assistants, police officers, and others.

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL STATE AND LOS ANGELES PUBLIC POLICAL OFFICIAL (LAPPOL) STATE AND NEW YORK PUBLIC POLIS- TION OFFICIAL SECURITY OFFICIAL A public servant is a government employee who is required by law to serve the public, in accordance with the terms of his or the agency’s charter, or in order to perform his or their duties.

State and county government employees include school teachers and other civil servants; school boards, school administrators, administrators of other public schools, employees of local governments; county supervisors of public works, police, fire, and highway departments; city and county officers; municipal and county clerks; county clerks of court; city clerks of appeals; and others who perform official duties in their respective jurisdictions.

A state and state-chartered school district may be subject to the jurisdiction of the school board or other school district officials if that district is operated by the school district’s board of education.

A private sector employer, such as a public company, may be required to hire or to fire a public servant.

STATE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION (SECDEF) SECDEF is the title of a Federal agency charged with the protection of the public from fraud and misuse of government securities.

SECDEF’s mission is to develop, monitor, and investigate violations of securities laws and regulations and other mismanagement, waste, and abuse of the Government’s securities and markets by persons and entities not subject to SECDEF oversight.

SECRETARY OF STATE STATE SECRETARS, NEW DELHI STATE SECR-TARY STATE SECSTATE SecState is a state agency charged by state law with overseeing the activities of public officials and other officials in the executive, legislative, judicial, or other agencies of the State of New Hampshire.

SecState also has responsibility