Courage. Passion. Leadership.

Helping Local Government Thrive

Courage. Passion. Leadership.

Helping Local Government Thrive

Courage. Passion. Leadership.

Helping Local Government Thrive

Courage. Passion. Leadership.

Helping Local Government Thrive

Who We Are

Renne Public Management Group (RPMG) is a division of the Renne Public Law Group based in San Francisco. The firm’s attorneys, public policy experts, and management consultants provide services and solutions for most of the pressing needs and challenges facing local governments, special districts, and nonprofits.

Our firm is distinguished by our deep knowledge of – and commitment to – good governance practices, coupled with direct experience working with and for local governments. We help local governments of all sizes improve their effectiveness and achieve greater impact through a range of consulting services. Its team of consultants have completed organizational staffing and improvement projects in every type of local government service, including reviews of entire governments as well as selected studies of individual departments and functional activities.

We offer a balance of perspectives with a practitioner’s bias and a proven record of successful implementation. This experience gives us a sensitivity that produces positive outcomes. Each of our projects are individually tailored to the unique needs of the client.

Renne Public Management Group (RPMG) is the vehicle to help implement solutions by leveraging the skill of some of the most respected names in local government, in a broad array of disciplines.

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Our Team

Executive Team

Jonathan Holtzman
Partner
Arthur Hartinger
Partner
Louise Renne
Partner
Nelson Fialho
Executive Director, RPMG

Administrative Support

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Megan Sanders
Firm Director
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Luke Jensen
Senior Management Analyst

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2022 Fellowship Program | Renne Public Law Group

April 11th, 2022|

2022 Public Law Fellowship Renne Public Law Group is pleased to host its third annual Public Law Fellowship Program A condensed fellowship program designed to introduce law students and public administration and public policy graduate students to local government advocacy.

DLSE Clarifies California Employer Obligation to Provide 2022 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave

April 11th, 2022|

On February 8, 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill (SB) 114 into law, reestablishing the COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave (SPSL) for California employers. SPSL, codified at section 248.6 of the Labor Code requires public and private sector employers with 26 or more employees to provide employees with two separate banks of COVID-19-related paid leave, each up to 40 hours.

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