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California Code, Government Code - GOV § 8265

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(a) Within six months of the commission's establishment, and not later than March 1 of each subsequent year, the executive director, appointed pursuant to Section 8274, shall both:

(1) Release to the public on its internet website the procedures for the general application process to assist public members in the appointment process and facilitate communications between public members and the appointing powers.

(2) Have created and made the application publicly available on its internet website.

(b) The executive director shall also notify the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities, the Regents of the University of California, the California State University, and the California Community Colleges Chancellor's office that the application for an appointment is open. The notice shall include the requirements for an appointment, a copy of the application, and a request to transmit the notice to all students in California.

(c) In reviewing general applications, the executive director may consider additional relevant selection criteria and conduct interviews.

(d) The executive director may recommend public members to be appointed to the appointing powers, but there shall be no right or obligation on the part of the appointing powers to appoint those public members.

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