Hi everyone, this a follow up communication from our executive meeting (3/31/15): 1. Tony from CVUE had been very proactive working on several of our active incidents(cases) that we opened since February 29th. He spent more than 2 over the phone, working with Robin. He was able to resolve and close 4 cases Colleen, here is the Title IV Current Disbursement Status as of today to answer the question you asked during our meeting. Loans Group 1 $ 31,368.00 Pending to be disbursed early next week Loans Group 2 $ 45,495.00 Pending to be disbursed early next week Pell Group 1 $ 21,633.00 Pending to be disbursed early next week Pell Group 2 $ 20,000.00 est. Still working with CVUE expected to be resolved by next week Total Anticipated
In your grievance filed at Stiner Unit, you claim your approved visitor Thomas Smith and your daughter Jaci Dangerfield were denied visit privileges on 07/28/16, due to of staff error. Your resolution is for ADC to reimburse your family for travel expenses.
Received call from Mr Alan Turkington Jr. He expressed some concerns on how the DHS-CW in D9, Hood River, is handling his brother's CW case. He stated that DHS-CW is violating his father and brother's rights, so his father has already filed a discrimination complaint.
From those final bids, we won our first pension risk transfer case in August for $14.7 million and 264 participants. The expected procedure was that Jen Rizzo of IT would be the lead in the client install process; however, her retirement in August left a void. Chris stepped in and assumed a leadership role and coordinated a series of internal meetings and telephone conference calls with the consultant to bring about a successful on-time installation.
Please be aware that the attached contracts are both associated to Grant ID 12708. The total award amount is $200,000. Dr. Volpicelli-Daley has been awarded $136,697.88 and Dr. Cremades has been awarded $63,302.12.
09/27/16 - Phone conversation between CW Caseworker Dwayne YUNKER, Supervisor MIKE ROBINSON, Branch Manager NAN SILVER and GAO.
In your grievance filed at Huachuca Unit, you claim the current procedure for receiving store is not effective. You further assert that you are consistently missing items and have to wait to be reimbursed. Your resolution is to for ADC to change vendors.
Lana Co was in REA from October 2016 until the end of the REA 2 Program in January 2017. During this time, I found Lana to be knowledgeable in UI processes and procedures and how they apply to the REA Program. Lana split her time taking REA2 calls and Vietnamese UI queue calls. She was able to transition between the two programs with ease. Additionally, Lana backed up the REA Lead Worker in non-phone work production in order to help maintain timeliness. Lana has functioned as a Claims Specialist for the Agency for many years and has a broad understanding of the agency vision, mission, services and customers the agency serves. She maintains and continues to improve on her vast knowledge of all UI Claims Programs, Laws and Rules, and Agency systems
This is a Property CAT loss involving Superstorm Sandy. On 06/26/15 we received a payment request in the amount of $454,463.08, taking into account reinstatement premium of $87,501.36 & brokerage fee of $4,375.07 net pay due is $371,336.79. The Pay Timeliness Form has been tasked to K.Haniff.
The Department was represented by Attorney Lourdes Guillaume, and the Respondent was represented by Attorney David Kirsch. During the aforementioned settlement conference, Officer Reed claimed that she went to a command discipline hearing (hereinafter, “CD”) for CD Log #96/16 which never culminated in a final disposition as a result of Deputy Warden Chan, Hon Pun #578 who recommended the penalty of a forfeiture of one (1) compensation day for not obeying a direct order but wanting to adjourn and speak with Captain Vega. Officer Reed claims she was never called back for an
As the Chief of the Process & Program Management (PPM) for Individuals in Accounts Management (AM), I successfully provide consistent critical guidance, direction, and support to the AM Field directorates as well as the W&I headquarters executive staff. I also provided outstanding leadership to ensure several of the PATH Act components were enacted and implented. I developed the key executive choice points for retroactive claim processing that were elevated and approved by the commissioner for the retroactive claim processing. I also created instructions, manager talking papers, and technical guidance for the ITIN deactivation. I have worked collaboratively with my peer stakeholders such as the Office of Taxpayer Correspondence (OTC),