Posts from February 2012.

Effective January 1, 2012, the legislature expanded the definition of "public project" subject to the California prevailing wage law with criteria meant to cover Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") projects built on public property, supplying at least half the generated power to the public property owner.

In a typical PPA the local educational agency ("LEA") agrees to lease LEA land, or rooftops, to a private ...

The trend toward “cloud computing” is increasingly visible as technology firms and service providers vie with each other to provide users with web-based data and software application services. From Apple’s iCloud to Amazon’s cloud-based user libraries to your local cable provider’s data storage plans, everyone wants to provide users with fee-based cloud services.

Cloud computing offers a ...

Categories: Technology

As we reach the approximate midpoint of the academic year, we believe it is important for employers to look ahead to nonreelections and year-end performance evaluations of permanent employees.  We therefore remind our readers of important procedural considerations in the evaluation process, and also offer some substantive tips in preparing evaluation documents.

All education employers should be making ...
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