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Cfaa Agreement 2020

Oh yes, there are many big problems with a bipartisan approach, but the more Vallejo negotiates in bad faith or not at all, the less there is a satisfactory agreement with which all parties can live. And in the end, it`s the public that suffers, especially those you correctly identified in or have federal buskin DPA or fra true. Because Vallejo was the one who made a mountain of a hill of moles, they are the ones who have to negotiate in a much better faith, stop endangering the safety of the public to save a few dollars. Especially since they are the ones who do not properly customize the equipment, stations or teams. Dito. It seems that if the USFS does not sign, it will be the agreement of the six parties. Another part of the problem that food is facing is that they see recently retired wildland people who now work for the “Podunk Fire Volunteer Fire Department” and want to get the portal now paid for at the portal, because that old IC or ops plans or plans are now being told in a “battalion or department manager” with that department, on behalf of only, truth. Albuquerque you see the names that are subject to payment and knows that some of these people were just on the federal type 1 and type 2 teams before they retired. And they know that some of these people are just trying to take their share of the pie. Not all of them, most play by the rules and do their “16” or hour after hour in the right way. But there are those who may be a chief of staff for some firefighters now, who “cook the books.” Simple and simple. The former head of CAL OES knew this and tried to govern those who cheat, but many departments told him to withdraw.

Now the meals check all the past logs before being paid. There is nothing wrong with “trust, but check.” It worked for the United States with Russia. All I am saying is that there are a whole host of bad apples and the food is trying to contain the costs. I can`t blame them when you see the big pictures. Now they should wait until next year before presenting a new contract/contract, I don`t know! Food has no right to protect the American taxpayer now, not next year. It`s all up to the USFS to sign the agreement. I do not know what will happen if they do not. Maybe a negation trick to increase an excitement after you have agreed verbally and then when it is very close to the time you need to balk. It is not a good faith attitude, but it is the feds.

Keep in mind that it was the feds who have been making a splash about the CFAA agreement for about a year and a half. It`s time to come to work and put them to bed. We`re all together. 42 USC 1856 Reciprocal Fire Protection Agreements is what the Forest Service cites, as there are reasons why their internal review has found problems with the current CFAA agreement. The review was a direct result of Ghilarducci`s letter of complaint in 2017. The way OES defends departments is very noble. Despite all the political attention this agreement receives and the problems, I am not surprised that OIG is obliged to carry out its own audit. This could have a significant impact on overpaid services.

Will the OES provide financial support to departments when there are collections to be made, or are they only there for moral support? So how will it work to react together to incidents? Does this mean that the Fed has only incidents and only incidents on the part of the national or local government? Or will it go back to the previous agreement? Or is each incident the subject of individual negotiation? That`s a good point for Mack. However, I think that is not the case here, since the Fed gave in in June/July and agreed to use the current agreement until the rest of the contract term (31.12.2019). Then, in December, the contract was extended until April 2020.