How does EMAP define key public officials?

EMAP doesn’t make this distinction. It is up
to a Program to define who their key public officials are. Typically, key public officials
should be considered those people who have key responsibilities in making decisions at the
highest level. For example, if a Program has a policy group, then its policy table will have key
officials who make decisions related to that particular jurisdiction. For a Program based in a
city, a key public official might be a mayor, a police chief, etc. For an Institution of Higher
Education, a provost, dean, president, etc. might be a key public official.

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