The Broward Legislative Delegation Office was created by the Florida Legislature in 1972 to provide a communication resource between the Federal, State, local governments and Broward County citizens to facilitate the legislative process. In that capacity, the Delegation Office coordinates local activities, workshops, hearings and meetings between Delegation members, the municipalities, the public and Broward County. This charge includes maintaining an efficient means for the local bill process and monitoring bills approved by the Delegation Members through the Legislature.
The Legislative Delegation is also responsible for monitoring the appropriations process, securing State Revenues and other allocated funds for programs, organizations and government agencies in Broward County. A comprehensive legislative report is prepared at the end of each session for all county, municipal, and Federal agencies as well as interested parties.
The Broward Legislative Delegation Office seeks proposals
from attorneys to serve as the Delegation’s counsel pursuant to our Rules and
Regulations. The request for proposals (RFP) can be accessed HERE. If interested in the position, resume and
credentials must be received via mail, hand delivery or email to our office by
Monday, August 7th by close of business. Any resumes submitted after the
deadline will not be considered.
Resumes can be mailed or delivered to 115 South Andrews Ave, room 429, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 or emailed to Andrea Knowles, Executive Director at email@example.com with the Subject line "Response to Attorney RFP."
If there are any questions, feel free to reach out to our office.
Andrea C. Knowles
Eugene M. Steinfeld
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