June 10, 2016 •
Administrator Sought for Wisconsin’s New Ethics Commission
Wisconsin’s new Ethics Commission will begin its work on June 30. It is one of two commissions created to replace the Government Accountability Board (GAB).
Twenty-three people submitted applications to be the first commission administrator; the GAB released a list of their names and hometowns Thursday.
Applicants include Paul Dauphinais, head of the Alaska Public Offices Commission, and Bre Injeski, deputy director of New York City’s Conflict of Interest Board. The position is a four-year term subject to Senate confirmation.
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