Negotiated Rulemaking. Presented at EASFAA May 2013 by Janice Dorian, Betsy Hicks and Eileen O’Leary. What we hope you will learn today. What negotiated rulemaking is and how the process works What our experiences with negotiated rulemaking have been How and why you should participate.
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Presented at EASFAA May 2013
by Janice Dorian, Betsy Hicks and Eileen O’Leary
Final consensus was reached!
Community of InterestsPrimary NegotiatorAlternate Negotiator
Students Luke Swarthout Rebecca Thompson
Grad/Prof Students Carrie Steere-Salazar Radhika Miller
Legal Aid Deanne LooninLauren Saunders
4-year Public Institutions Allison Jones Anna Griswold
4-year Private Institutions Eileen O’Leary Kathleen Koch
2&4 yrPublic Institutions George Chin John Curtice
For-Profit Institutions Mark Pelesh Tammy Halligan
Lenders, For-Profit Tom Levandowski Walter Balmas
Lenders, Not-For-Profit Scott Giles Phil Van Horn
Guaranty Agencies Gene Hutchins Dick George
Servicers Wanda Hall Rob Sommers
Collection Agencies Martin DarnianCarl Perry
Associations Anne Gross Larry Zaglaniczny
Department of Education Dan Madzelan
Represented proprietary as the primary negotiator for two negotiated rulemakings sessions.
Numerous Sessions as assisting the Primary and Alternate Negotiator during and between Sessions. Topics ranged from Loans, Re-authorization , and most recently Program Integrity including the Accreditation, State Authorization and Gainful Employment.
3. If selected, attend and participate in NegReg (at your institution’s expense)
S/he who does not participate in the process, forfeits the right to complain about the results!