The purpose of this document is to provide a summary of the primary roles in the Oregon Citizens Lobby and the responsibilities associated with each role. An Organizational Chart, roles and responsibilities and standard operating procedure will follow summary.
|OCL||Oregon Citizens Lobby|
|TTV||Track Their Vote website|
|BSR||(TTV) Bill Status Report|
|OLIS||Oregon Legislative Information System|
|BTR||Brill Tracking Report|
|AENR||Agriculture, Environment & Natural Resources|
|EDLU||Economic Develeopment & Land Use|
|E&T||Energy & Technology|
|H&W||Health & Welfare|
|LRMF||Law Enforcement, Military & Firearms|
|T&F||Taxes & Fees|
Within the Oregon Citizens Lobby, a clear definition of the roles and responsibilities that individuals play will be critical to the success of the project. Individuals must understand the roles they play to know what responsibilities they have in making decisions, taking actions, reporting, and reviewing.
Role definitions benefit the project by:
- Bringing order to the chaos of a normal project.
- Allowing the team to reach “perform” stage of development faster.
- Keeping people from performing redundant activities.
- Creating a “job description.”
- Predetermining decision-making responsibility.
- Identifying personal responsibility for success at the beginning of the project.
- Reducing confusion about who does what when.