Applicant: Vincent P Barabba, supplemental-3353

Supplemental Application for Citizens Redistricting Commission

  • Name: Vincent P Barabba
  • City: Capitola

Submission Timestamp: 04/13/2010 11:22:16

Part 1: Essay Questions:

The responses to the essay questions are limited to no more than 3200 characters including spaces (approximately 500 words) per essay question. You may cut and paste text from any word processing program such as Microsoft Word.

1. Please describe why you are interested in serving on the Citizens Redistricting Commission.

Most of my career has been focused on understanding the needs, aspirations and opinions of diverse groups of people that make up the population of the United States — with a greater focus on the State of California. I am excited about the opportunity to bring that experience and knowledge to help achieve the Redistricting Commission’s objective of creating legislative districts that will improve the proximity of citizens and the legislators who represent them thereby enhancing their ability to communicate and interact in a constructive manner.

My interest on this issue is not new. Before becoming the Director of the U.S. Census Bureau, I started a firm whose goal it was to improve the manner in which political candidates for State-wide office, congressional and state legislative districts, and municipal offices communicated with the electorate. Our firm’s 1968 brochure described our objectives in the following way:

‘It is hardly surprising that democracy was born within a communication system that enabled the statesmen of ancient Athens to assemble the entire body politic on one hillside so that great issues could be presented and decisions be made. In our own century, at a time when democracy faces its most rigorous test, it is at once our greatest challenge and our greatest opportunity to scientifically employ the far-reaching communicative innovations of the electronic age. Once again it is possible to mass the entire body politic, now on ‘electronic hillsides,’ so that great issues might be presented. Once again it is possible to achieve the proximity between statesman and citizen that has been missing for twenty-five hundred years.’

Although the technology to communicate has improved significantly since then, the ‘hillsides’ upon which the citizens are gathered, given our more diverse and dispersed population, have become more complex. Today, in part based on the current redistricting process, the proximity between citizen and elected officials seems more distant. As a Californian I want to extend my previous efforts and ensure that the districts are drawn to improve the opportunity for dialogue between the elected officials and their constituencies.

2. Please describe your ability to be impartial, as discussed in Regulation 60800. You may include with this description any occupational, academic, volunteer, or other life experiences you have had that demonstrate this ability.

In 1973, I left the business I had founded and was appointed by both Presidents Nixon and Ford to be the Director of the U.S. Census Bureau where I worked on the planning for the 1980 Census. In 1976 I went to work at the Xerox Corporation, but was asked to return to public service by President Carter and from 1979 through 1981 directed the conduct of the 1980 Census. I am the only person to have been appointed to that sensitive position by Presidents from different political parties, which, I believe, speaks to my ability to be impartial and my reputation as being fair.

The manner in which I addressed the controversial issue of the undercounting of minority populations stands as a demonstration of my ability to design an impartial solution and procedures to a politically sensitive issue. The basis of the approach is dialectic which stresses making sure all sides of an issue are fairly considered in the development of a solution. My experience in this approach came from working Russell Ackoff and students of C. West Churchman. The procedures we established using this approach withstood multiple challenges in the Congress of the United States and the Federal Court System.

Minority groups, based on the Census Bureau’s own evaluation, had reason to believe they were routinely undercounted in the census and thus under represented in both legislative issues and the government’s allocation of resources. These groups wanted the Census Bureau to use statistical methods to adjust the results of the 1980 census to make up for what they assumed would be undercounting of their numbers. Anticipating the challenges, I led the design of a process that greatly reduced the expected under enumeration. However by reducing the undercount, particularly of those residents in an undocumented status, the task of statistically adjusting the count became far more difficult. Even though the adjustment question was a contentious issue, with strongly held emotional and technical issues on both sides, the courts eventually upheld our transparent process-based determination not to adjust the count. The demonstrated value of the process and procedures we developed was expressed by Judge John E. Sprizzo when he ruled that ‘it was not feasible to develop and implement an adjustment methodology which would be more accurate than the census itself, a determination supported and confirmed by the evidence at trial.’ Judge Sprizzo also commented on the impartiality of the manner in which we implemented our process and procedures:

‘The court rejects plaintiffs’ argument that the Court should not defer to the Bureau’s determination because the Bureau’s decision not to adjust allegedly ‘rested on non-technical, political grounds.’ That claim is simply not supported by the evidence. The Court finds as a matter of fact that while non-technical consideration played a minor role in the Bureau’s decision not to adjust, the Bureau’s decision was primarily based on its determination that it was not feasible to develop and implement an adjustment methodology which would be more accurate than the census itself, a determination supported and confirmed by the evidence at trial.

3. Please describe your appreciation for California’s diverse demographics and geography, as discussed in Regulation 60805. You may include with this description any occupational, academic, volunteer, or other life experiences you have had that demonstrate this appreciation.

During my tenure at the Census Bureau, I instituted an outreach program that included advisory committees for African Americans, Hispanics, Asian Americans, and Pacific Island People. These groups played a critical role in the Census communication program to previously under-enumerated minority groups. I was also deeply involved in developing the computerized geographic base system for collecting and displaying Census information. That system served as the foundation from which new computer systems now graphically display the geographic locations of our diverse population.

Following the 1980 Census the Advisory Committee on the Count of the Spanish Origin Population presented me a plaque with the following salutation:

“To our Valued Distinguished Colleague, Director of the Census Bureau, Mr. Vincent Barabba, for his valued contribution in the study of the Hispanic Population of the United States.”

It was signed by many distinguished committee members including Californians Herman Sillas, Esq. and Vilma Martinez. Other forms of thanks were provided by the other committees representing African Americans, Asian Americans, and Pacific Island People. It was the first time that the Census Bureau established such a diversified range of advisory committees. As the results of the 1980 Census show, the policies and procedures we put in place, many suggested by the advisory committees, led to significant improvements in reducing the undercount of all citizens.

More recently, while with General Motors I conducted several statewide analyses of buying behavior of the California’s diverse population.

All of this has complemented my long standing effort to understand and communicate to California’s diverse population which started when I formed my first company and provided information for state-wide, Congressional, State Legislative and municipal political campaigns. During that period I developed computer aided techniques that integrated Census, geographic and voting behavior characteristics that assisted campaign managers in determining strategies for political campaigns. I was also involved in the design and implementation of sample surveys to determine citizen attitudes and potential voting behavior. This activity provided me the opportunity to travel extensively throughout the state and to meet many diverse individuals and groups which led to a better understanding of the diversity these groups represented.

During the last two years of my enlistment in the United States Air Force (1954 to 1958) I was assigned to the Ground Observer Corps of the Western Air Defense Command headquartered in Sacramento. I served in the public information office and travelled extensively visiting communities to encourage their volunteer participation throughout the San Joaquin Valley and Northern California

Additionally, I have lived in Los Angeles, Sylmar in the San Fernando Valley, Pleasanton (Parks Air Force Base), San Raphael (Hamilton Air Force Base), Sacramento, and Santa Cruz County. I attended Edison Junior High, San Fernando High School, California State University at Northridge and UCLA — all institutions with very diverse student populations.

4. Please describe the analytical skills you have that are relevant to serving on the Citizens Redistricting Commission, as discussed in Regulation 60827. You may include with this description any occupational, academic, volunteer, or other life experiences you have had that demonstrate those skills.

My ability to identify relevant facts and opinions is found in my answer to essay question 2 regarding the decision on Census Adjustment. My work with the Justice Department attorneys demonstrates the ability to work closely on legal issues that surfaced within the Federal Court System and eventually the Supreme Court of the United States. These, and other experiences have provided me with an understanding of how to work within a group to develop and defend actions that are legally defensible

Relative to the ability to assess the credibility of information provided by staff and consultants, I was the beneficiary of an important learning experience when went from my small company, where I knew how to perform every service and analytical process our company offered, to being the Director of the very large and complex Census Bureau. At the Census Bureau there were outstanding personnel with deeper knowledge and experience than I possessed in nearly every form of statistical and analytical techniques. I soon learned that it was not critical to know how to personally solve every problem but, instead, to know how and when to question why a particular approach was chosen and determine the applicability of the approach to the problem being addressed. It was also important to establish policies, procedures and internal controls to ensure those who were implementing actions did so with the needs and desires of citizens always clearly stated and understood.

Throughout my career, I participated in the development and application of the Strategic Assumption Surfacing and Testing methodology ‘ a problem-formulating process that has been used in many critical decisions in both the public and private sectors. I also have considerable experience in the use of applied decision analysis developed by Ronald Howard of Stanford University. This approach requires the identification of viable alternatives to be evaluated and the determination of those parts of the alternative that should be considered in the final solution. I have also been mentored by Russell Ackoff in the design and implementation of Systemic Thinking and Idealized Design.

Having been both a provider and user of information for decision making has provided me with considerable insight into the design of meaningful and relevant questions. I have also developed processes to translate the results of data collected into useful information for decision making.

As an indication of my performance and analytical skills I have received the following awards:

*Inducted into the Market Research Hall of Fame.

*The American Marketing Association’s Parlin Award for leadership in the application of science to the discipline of marketing research.

*The MIT/GM Henry Grady Weaver Award for individuals who have contributed the most to the advancement of theory and practice in marketing science.

*The System Dynamics Society’s Applications Award for the best ‘Real World’ application of system dynamics.

*The American Marketing Association’s Explor Award granted to organizations that have demonstrated the most innovative uses of technology in applications that that advance research, online or otherwise.

Part 2: General Information

Education

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Did you graduate from high school?
If not, do you possess a GED or equivalent?
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University or College, Business, Correspondence, Trade, or Service School(s) Attended

School Name and Location: UCLA
Course of Study/Major: Marketing
Diploma, Degree, or Certificate Obtained: MBA
Date Completed, If Completed: 1964
Number of Years Attended: 2

School Name and Location: California State University Northridge
Course of Study/Major: Marketing
Diploma, Degree, or Certificate Obtained: B.S.
Date Completed, If Completed: 1962
Number of Years Attended: 4

School Name and Location: Woodbury Business College
Course of Study/Major: Advertising
Diploma, Degree, or Certificate Obtained: Bachelor of Business Administration
Date Completed, If Completed: 1954
Number of Years Attended: 2

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  • Begin with your most recent job.
  • List each job separately.
  • Employment history must include at least 10 years. Employment job classifications may include retired, volunteer, not employed outside the home, or not employed. Please account for all of your time during the past 10 years.
  • Include all employment history you believe is relevant beyond 10 years.

From: 2003
To: 2010
Employer Name: Market Insight Corporation
Title/Job Classification (Include Range or Level, if applicable): Founder and Chairman of the Board
Total Worked (Years/Months): 4 years 9 months
Description of Duties Performed*:

Provide guidance to the enterprise as it tracks shopper preference trends through the use of a consumer facing web site call MyProductAdvisor.com. The aggregated anonymous information developed from the site is used by companies as a source for guiding product offerings to meet consumer demand.

From: 1985
To: 2003 (Retired)
Employer Name: General Motors Corporation
Title/Job Classification (Include Range or Level, if applicable): General Manager, Corporate Strategy and Knowledge Development
Total Worked (Years/Months): 17 years 5 months
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Responsible for developing the Corporate Strategy process and collecting, analyzing, and distributing the world-wide consumer research. Directed the decision process which made use of the information. I was deeply involved in the concept, design and implementation of the OnStar mobile communication system.

From: 1981
To: 1985
Employer Name: Eastman Kodak Company
Title/Job Classification (Include Range or Level, if applicable): Director, Market Intelligence
Total Worked (Years/Months): 4 years months
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I was responsible for designing and collecting market information for all Kodak lines of business; Film, Cameras, Medical Imaging, Commercial Printing, Movie Production, and Copiers. I was also responsible for developing a marketing information system to be used throughout the corporation.

From: 1979
To: 1981
Employer Name: United States Census Bureau
Title/Job Classification (Include Range or Level, if applicable): Director (Presidential Appointment)
Total Worked (Years/Months): 1 year 5 months
Description of Duties Performed*:

In 1979 I was asked by President Carter to leave my current employment at the Xerox Corporation and return to the Census Bureau to direct the implementation of the 1980 Census. It was a very challenging assignment to take on with such short notice. By most accounts it was considered a successful census.

From: 1976
To: 1979
Employer Name: Xerox Corporation
Title/Job Classification (Include Range or Level, if applicable): Manager, Office of Market Research
Total Worked (Years/Months): 3 years 5 months
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I was responsible for determining the needs and preferences of all enterprises in the United States for making copies. I was then held accountable to make sure that information was used in the product development process of the corporation.

From: 1973
To: to 1976
Employer Name: United States Census Bureau
Title/Job Classification (Include Range or Level, if applicable): Director (Presidential Appointment)
Total Worked (Years/Months): 3 years 5 months
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This opportunity allowed me, given the size of the enterprise, to come to better understanding of the importance of establishing and implementing policies and procedures to meet stated goals of the agency. Those procedures went a long way to prepare a census plan that provided everyone an opportunity to be counted.

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* In your current employment, if you serve as staff to, or a consultant to, or are under contract with the Governor of California, a member of the California Legislature, a California member of Congress, or a member of the State Board of Equalization you must disclose that here.

Activities:

Describe the professional, social, political, volunteer, and community activities in which you have engaged that you believe are relevant to serving as a commissioner, as discussed in Regulation 60847. The responses to this question are limited to no more than 3200 characters including spaces (approximately 500 words). You may cut and paste text from any word processing program such as Microsoft Word.

I am currently serving as the Chairman of the State of the USA, a non-profit corporation with an educational mission to provide quality information, including quantitative indicators, to the American public on key changing societal, economic, and environmental conditions.

I retired in 2003, after 17 years at General Motors, as the General Manager of Corporate Strategy and Knowledge Development.

I twice served as Director of the U.S. Bureau of the Census. I have been appointed to government positions by five Presidents: Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and James Earl Carter to be Census Bureau Director; and Ronald Reagan and George Herbert Walker Bush to be the U.S. Representative to the Population Commission of the United Nations.

In recognition of my involvement in the private and public sectors, I have:

Received the Certificate of Distinguished Service for Contribution to the Federal Statistical System from the Office of Management and Budget.

Been elected as fellow of the American Statistical Association and the International Statistics Institute.

Received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the California State University at Northridge.

I have served as:

President of the American Statistical Association.

Chairman of the National Research Council Panel to review the statistical program of the National Center for Education Statistics.

Board member for the Marketing Science Institute.

Board member for the American Institutes for Research.

Board Member for the National Opinion Research Center of the University of Chicago.

I have authored the following books:

Surviving Transformation (2004 Oxford University Press)

Meeting of the Minds (1995 Harvard Business School Press).

I have co-authored:

Hearing the Voice of the Market (1991 Harvard Business School Press)

The 1980 Census: Policy Making Amid Turbulence (1983 Lexington Books).

I am currently working on a new book, initially titled 21st Century Decision Making

Criminal History

Have you ever been convicted by any court of a felony?


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* If known, include the reference to the statute under which you were convicted (i.e. Penal Code section 424).

Voting Information

When you voted in any of the last three statewide general elections (i.e. the elections in November 2004, November 2006, and November 2008), did you vote using a different name or address than your current name or address?


Former Residences

List all of the places you have lived for 30 days or more at one time during the last 10 years (but list no information for where you lived prior to your 18th birthday). This does not include your current residence. If you lived in temporary housing while permanently residing somewhere else, note that with an * in the address line.

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List all of the monetary and non-monetary contributions of $250 or more that you have made in any single calendar year during the past 2 years to any professional, social, political, volunteer, and community organizations and causes. Begin with your most recent contribution.

Date of Contribution, if known: February 2010
Organization: California State University Northidge Foundation
Location: Northridge, California
Amount: 1000

Date of Contribution, if known: 2008
Organization: California State University Northidge Foundation
Location: Northidge, California
Amount: $5000

Date of Contribution, if known: 2009
Organization: Decision Education Foundation
Location: Palo Alto
Amount: $250

Date of Contribution, if known: 2010
Organization: State of the USA
Location: Washington DC
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Part 3: Family Information

You must provide information about each living family member described in this paragraph. Information about each applicant’s family members is necessary to determine whether an applicant has a conflict of interest that would prohibit the applicant from serving on the commission. In this part of the application, you must provide information about your living parents, spouse, registered domestic partner (RDP), children, siblings, parents in-law, siblings in-law, sons and daughters in-law. Step-parents, step-children, and step-siblings count as parents, children, and siblings.

Do you have any family members as described above?


You are required to list information for each family member in a separate set of fields. The relationship, name, occupation, and employer may be posted on the Internet as explained in the privacy statement contained in this application. No other information will be posted on the Internet.

Name: Sheryl Barabba
Relationship: Spouse/Registed Domestic Partner (RDP)

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name: Jason Barabba
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name: Heather Buff
Relationship: Child

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name: John Barabba
Relationship: Sibling

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name: Andrew Buff (son-in-law)
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name: Jeannene Barabba
Relationship: Brother or Sister in-law: Spouse/RDP of Your Spouse’s/RDP’s Sibling

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name:
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name:
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name:
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name:
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name:
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name:
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Name:
Relationship:

For this family member, you must state whether within the past 10 years the person has engaged in any of the activities that could cause you to have a conflict of interest under the Voters FIRST Act. The following is a list of those activities:

  • Been appointed to, elected to, or a candidate for a California congressional or state office. (“Appointed” means appointed by the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization, or served at the pleasure of the Governor, a member of the Legislature, or a member of the State Board of Equalization.)
  • Served as an officer, employee, or paid consultant of a California political party or the campaign committee of a candidate for a California congressional or elective state office.
  • Served as an elected or appointed member of a political party central committee operating in California.
  • Been a lobbyist registered with the State of California or a California local government.
  • Been a registered federal lobbyist.
  • Served as paid California congressional, legislative, or State Board of Equalization staff.
  • Contributed $2,000 or more during a calendar year to any California congressional, state, or local candidate for elective public office.
Within the past 10 years, has this family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:

For each family member you must indicate whether you have a special (bona fide) relationship with that person. You have a special (bona fide) relationship with a family member if during the past 12 months you have (Guidance on Conflicts of Interest):

  1. Resided with that person for a period or periods totaling 30 days or more (Examples).
  2. Shared with that person ownership of any real or personal property having a total value of $1,000 or more (Examples).
  3. Provided to or received from that person a financial benefit totaling $1,000 or more (Examples).
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

Other Relevant Material:

Describe any other relevant information that you consider important that was not otherwise requested in the application. The responses to this question are limited to no more than 3200 characters including spaces (approximately 500 words). You may cut and paste text from any word processing program such as Word.

The following letter of appreciation was sent by the Secretary of Commerce Philip Klutznick. It provides evidence of my willingness to cross party lines to provide my experience to public service.

Dear Vince

As you complete your second stay as Director of the Bureau, I want to express my appreciation and that of your many colleagues throughout the Government for your outstanding contributions in serving our society. Your willingness to take on again the Directorship of the Bureau of the Census at a crucial time during the decennial census planning, at great personal sacrifice to yourself and your family, and the leadership and enthusiasm you brought to that position exemplify the best of traits required of those in public service. The Government indeed is losing a truly dedicated individual.

Notwithstanding the many criticisms of the 1980 Census, I fully support the facts that indicate this was the best census ever. Much of this success if directly attributable to your efforts. Your willingness to travel wherever necessary, to speak before numerous groups, to defend the integrity of the Bureau before various audiences ‘ none of these would have been as effective under other leadership.

On the lighter side, thank you for keeping us out of jail! However, I must admit I was looking forward to the gin rummy.

I wish you every success in your new endeavor.

Sincerely,

Philip Klutznick.

The following letter from Senator John Glenn provides evidence of my ability to work with and communicate with legislators while working on a very complicated and politically sensitive assignment.

Dear Vince:

The Purpose of this letter is to tell you how much I appreciated working with you on questions involving the Census Bureau. Your cooperation during the entire time of your most recent tenure with the Bureau made it possible for us to do an effective job of oversight despite competing requests for attention on the part of our Subcommittee and on the part of the Census Bureau.

I also want to commend you particularly for the way you stepped in and raised the morale of the employees at the Bureau at a time when things were looking rather bleak. The high level of professional competence which was exhibited up and down the line in carrying out the 1980 Census is the ultimate testimony to the excellent management of the Bureau at the highest level.

I wish you well in your new endeavor at Kodak and hope that you will allow us to tap your expertise from time to time when the occasion arises.

With best personal regards.

John Glenn

Part 4: Letters of Recommendation

An applicant must submit or arrange for the submission of three letters of recommendation from individuals or organizations. A letter of recommendation may be no longer than two pages. A description of the elements of a letter of recommendation is provided at the bureau’s web site. (Note: A public comment submitted about you will not count as a letter of recommendation.)

An applicant shall submit the required letters of recommendation to the bureau on or before April 19. Applicants shall submit the letters of recommendation to the bureau via e-mail to votersfirstact@auditor.ca.gov, or by facsimile, United States mail, or other common carrier. Letters of recommendation received by the bureau after April 19 will not be considered, and the applicant will not continue on in the application process.

On all of your letters of recommendation, you must include your application ID, which is 3353. The identification number is unique to your application and insures that each of your letters of recommendation is correctly attached to your application file before it is reviewed by the Applicant Review Panel. The letters of recommendation may be addressed to the Applicant Review Panel and can be mailed to 555 Capitol Mall, Suite 300, Sacramento, CA, 95814 in care of the State Auditor. They may also be faxed to 916-319-9295 or e-mailed to votersfirstact@auditor.ca.gov. E-mail is the preferred method of delivery.

Part 5: Financial Disclosure Form

If likely to be selected for an interview, you will be required to submit FPPC Form 700, Statement of Economic Interests. You do not need to submit that form now.

Part 6: PRIVACY NOTIFICATION AND WAIVER

LEGAL AUTHORITY AND REASON FOR COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

The Voters FIRST Act (the Act) and the regulations implementing the Act require that the selection of commissioners on the Citizens Redistricting Commission (commission) be open to public scrutiny and the press (see California Constitution, Article XXI, section 2, subdivision (c); California Goverment Code sections 8252, 11120, 11121, and 11125.1; California Code of Regulations, title 2, sections 60836, 60842, and 60846). The Act also requires that the Bureau of State Audits (bureau) select 60 of the most qualified applicants based upon their voter affiliation, their eligibility to serve pursuant to Article XXI of the California Constitution, the absence of any conflicts of interest, their relevant analytical skills, ability to be impartial, appreciation for California’s diverse demographics and geography, and their racial, ethnic, geographic, gender and economic diversity. To determine each applicant’s identity and qualifications to serve on the commission, and to track the demographic information of the applicant pool, this application seeks personal information about applicants that will be provided to the Applicant Review Panel, bureau staff, the public, including members of the press, the Legislature, and the commission.

CONSEQUENCE OF NOT PROVIDING ALL REQUESTED INFORMATION

Failure to provide all of the requested information will result in your disqualification and the removal of your name from the applicant pool. Thus, if you wish to serve on the commission, for each item of information requested, it is mandatory that you submit a response.

PERMISSION TO USE AND RELEASE PERSONAL INFORMATION

By submitting this application, you acknowledge that the application, all documents submitted in support of your application, including a Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700), if you are asked to submit one, letters of recommendation, materials generated as a result of any bureau or Applicant Review Panel investigation of you, and all comments about and responses to comments about your application are public records. You agree that the bureau shall provide copies of these materials to members of the public and the press, members and staff of the Applicant Review Panel, bureau staff, the Legislature, the commission, and as otherwise compelled by law. You understand that members of the Applicant Review Panel and the public may make public statements about you. You authorize the bureau to use the information submitted by and about you as the bureau deems necessary to select commissioners and replacement commissioners or otherwise comply with its legal duties, and you also authorize the bureau to post all materials related to your application to serve on the commission on its website.

VOLUNTARY WAIVER OF PRIVACY RIGHTS AND BUREAU LIABILITY

By applying to be a commissioner, you are waiving your privacy and other rights under various state and federal laws, including, but not limited to, the Information Practices Act (Cal. Civil Code section 1798 et seq.), and any defamation, invasion of privacy, and negligence claim you may have against the bureau and those acting on its behalf. Accordingly, by waiving your privacy rights, you are agreeing to permit the bureau to release any and all information submitted by or about you, EXCEPT that the bureau will not post on the Internet your date of birth, physical, mailing, and e-mail addresses (excluding the city and county), and telephone numbers, or the addresses and telephone numbers of your immediate family members. At this point in the process, the bureau will not collect, and please do not voluntarily submit to the bureau, your social security number, driver’s license number, financial account numbers, or health information. By submitting your application, you acknowledge and consent to the release of the information you and others are providing related to you, and except as specifically provided above, you are waiving your right to privacy regarding all information relating to you and your application to serve as a commissioner. This waiver authorizes the bureau to make public information submitted by or about you for a period of twelve (12) years from the date of your application, even if you are not selected as a commissioner. You are providing this waiver voluntarily, understanding that the bureau shall not be legally liable as a result of the release of information submitted by or about you, or as the result of comments made about you by others, that the bureau posts on its website or otherwise releases publicly. This includes claims of defamation, invasion of privacy, negligence, and any other statutory or common law claims.

WHO TO CONTACT

You have a right to review personal information the bureau maintains about you and verify its accuracy. Please contact the bureau’s Privacy Officer at (916) 445-0255, 555 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, California, 95814 if you would like to view or obtain information about the location of your records and the categories of persons who use the information in your records.

Affirmation

I affirm, by entering my initials in the box, that the statements contained in this application are true and correct to the best of my knowledge, and that I have read and understand the Privacy Notification and Waiver.

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Amendment 1

Submission Timestamp: 08/05/2010 15:48:30

Amendment 2

Submission Timestamp: 08/05/2010 15:52:32

In the Family Member Section my son Jason Barabba was not classified as my child.

In the Family Member Section John Barabba is incorrectly identify as having a special relationship. We do not by your definition have a special relationship.

Amendment 3

Submission Timestamp: 08/05/2010 15:56:50

In the Family Member Section Jeannene Barabba is incorrectly identify as having a special relationship. We do not by your definition have a special relationship.

I have incorrectly stated that I did not have a special relatioship with Andrew Buff (my son-in-law) when in fact I do.

Amendment 4

Submission Timestamp: 08/05/2010 16:26:41

In the Family Member Section Jeannene Barabba is incorrectly identify as having a special relationship. We do not by your definition have a special relationship.

I have incorrectly stated that I did not have a special relatioship with Andrew Buff (my son-in-law) when in fact I do.

School Name and Location:
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Date Completed, If Completed:
Number of Years Attended:

From:
To:
Employer Name:
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Total Worked (Years/Months):
Most Recent/Latest Supervisor:
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* Offense (other pertinent information):

From Date:
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Name:
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Home Address:
Telephone Number:
Current Occupation:
Current Employer:
Within the past 10 years, has the family member engaged in any of the activities listed above that could cause you to have a conflict of interest?: Yes   No
If you answered “Yes” to the last question:
– When did the activity occur?:
– What was the activity?:
Do you have a special relationship with this person based on any of the three factors described above?: Yes   No

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