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State Policy News
House Minority Republicans Release Committee Assignments
The House Minority Republicans have released assignments for committee memberships.
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||Contact: Joel Malecka|
|Monday, December 5, 2016||(o) 303-866-5679 (c) 970-581-3302|
REVISED- House GOP ranking-member assignments and committee adjustments announced
(The House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee, House State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee and the House Transportation & Energy Committees were not listed on the previous release)
Denver – Today, House Republican Leader Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) announced the following ranking-member committee assignments for the 2017 legislative session. Additionally, Representative Polly Lawrence has been reassigned to the House Finance Committee and Representative Jim Wilson has been reassigned to the House Local Government Committee.
|House Agriculture, Livestock, & Natural Resources Committee||House Appropriations Committee|
|Representative Jon Becker, Ranking Member||Representative Bob Rankin, Ranking Member|
|Representative Perry Buck||Representative Jon Becker|
|Representative-elect Kimmi Lewis||Representative-elect Susan Beckman|
|Representative-elect Hugh McKean||Representative Justin Everett|
|Representative Lori Saine||Representative Patrick Neville|
|Representative Yeulin Willett|
|House Education Committee|
|House Business Affairs & Labor Committee||Representative Jim Wilson, Ranking Member|
|Representative Dan Nordberg, Ranking Member||Representative Justin Everett|
|Representative Clarice Navarro||Representative Tim Leonard|
|Representative Lang Sias||Representative Paul Lundeen|
|Representative Dan Thurlow||Representative Clarice Navarro|
|Representative Kevin Van Winkle||Representative Lang Sias|
|Representative-elect Dave Williams|
|House Health, Insurance, & Environment Committee|
|House Finance Committee||Representative-elect Susan Beckman, Ranking Member|
|Representative Kevin Van Winkle, Ranking Member||Representative-elect Phil Covarrubias|
|Representative-elect Susan Beckman||Representative Stephen Humphrey|
|Representative Don Coram||Representative Lois Landgraf|
|Representative-elect Phil Covarrubias||Representative Kim Ransom|
|Representative Polly Lawrence|
|Representative Dan Thurlow||House Local Government Committee|
|Representative Clarice Navarro, Ranking Member|
|House Judiciary Committee||Representative-elect Larry Liston|
|Representative Yeulin Willett, Ranking Member||Representative-elect Hugh McKean|
|Representative Terri Carver||Representative Kim Ransom|
|Representative Paul Lundeen||Representative Dan Thurlow|
|Representative Cole Wist||Representative Jim Wilson|
House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee
|House State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee|
|Representative Lois Landgraf, Ranking Member||Representative Stephen Humphrey, Ranking Member|
|Representative Don Coram||Representative Tim Leonard|
|Representative-elect Larry Liston||Representative-elect Dave Williams|
|Representative Justin Everett|
|Representative-elect Kimmi Lewis||House Transportation & Energy Committee|
|Representative Kim Ransom||Representative Polly Lawrence, Ranking Member|
|Representative Jon Becker|
|Representative Perry Buck|
|Representative Terri Carver|
|Representative Dan Nordberg|
CACI Board of Directors Elects Two, Honors Two
At its meeting yesterday, the CACI Board of Directors elected two individuals and honored two retiring Board members.
Both nominations were unanimously recommended Monday by the CACI Executive Committee.
First, the CACI Board of Directors elected David Dean, Chairman and CEO, Miller International, to the Executive Committee as an At-Large Member. David was elected to the Board in 2008. Miller International is a long-time CACI member. In 2002-2003, its then-CEO and Board Chair Marv Levy served as CACI Board Chair.
Bob Schlue recently retired as Director, Missions Operations Colorado for The Boeing Company, thus ending his four years of service on the CACI Board of Directors. Bob also has served as Chair of the CACI Federal Policy Council (see article below). The Board honored Bob for his service to CACI and his leadership of the Council.
Second, to replace Bob, the Board elected Tony Przybyslawski, Executive Director, Field Marketing, The Boeing Company. A graduate of the Air Force Academy, Tony served 34 years in the Air Force, retiring in February 2011 as Major General. He joined The Boeing Company in September 2012 as the Senior Executive for the Colorado Region. He is responsible for field marketing offices located in Colorado Springs, Albuquerque, Omaha and Shreveport.
Finally, Citywide Banks’ Tom Flanagan, President, Division I, who will retire at the end of the month, was honored yesterday at the Board meeting for his service to CACI over many years. Tom served as Board Chair in 2009-2010 and after that as a member of the Executive Committee.
Federal Policy News
CACI Federal Policy Council Celebrates Outgoing Chair, Welcomes New Chair
A special, heartfelt “Thank you!” goes to Bob Schlue of The Boeing Company for his four years of service on the CACI Board of Directors but especially for his service as Chair for the last three years of CACI’s Federal Policy Council.
Bob is celebrating retirement after nearly 40 years at The Boeing Company, most recently as Director, Missions Operations Colorado. Bob and his wife, Christi, plan to spend the next several months with their children and grandchildren as well as traveling the world with friends (Australia, New Zealand and sailing adventures).
Please join CACI in applauding CACI Board Member Donn Schaible of Wright & McGill Company, who has been appointed by CACI Chair Keith Pearson, President, McLane Western, to replace Bob as Chair of the CACI Federal Policy Council.
Donn brings 18 years of experience at Wright & McGill (makers of Eagle Claw fishing gear) and leads Wright-McGill as President. As Donn’s bio says, “he has a background in sport fishing (obviously).” Donn was elected in October 2015 to the CACI Board of Directors. Donn is a proud CPA in the State of Colorado (for the last 37 years!) and Donn’s background is in business management. Wright & McGill Company has been a member of CACI for 24 years!
CACI looks forward to starting off its 2017 Federal Council meetings under Donn’s leadership. CACI members interested in Federal policies should attend the Council’s first meeting of 2017 on Tuesday, February 14th, at 12 Noon at the CACI Office. The other scheduled Council meeting dates for next year are:
- Tuesday, April 11th
- Tuesday, June 6th
- Tuesday, July 11th
- Tuesday, October 3rd
For information about the Federal Policy Council, contact Leah Curtsinger, CACI Director of Federal Policy, at 303.866.9641.