Courage. Passion. Leadership

Helping Local Government Thrive

Courage. Passion. Leadership

Helping Local Government Thrive

Courage. Passion. Leadership

Helping Local Government Thrive

About Renne Public Management Group

Often, the challenge of local government is not a lack of good ideas; the challenge is to make good ideas a reality.

Good ideas face obstacles — financial, operational, bureaucratic, legal and political. At RPLG, we believe that solving the hard problems in government requires a multidisciplinary approach.

Delivering public services effectively and achieving policy goals requires experience, creative thinking, well-honed strategy and knowledge of best practices

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.

Why is a law firm launching a consulting group? Because it is in the public interest. Whether the issue is financial, staffing, or organizational, law often frames the solutions. And, to paraphrase an old adage,

an ounce of prevention can save a pound of attorney bills. RPMG is available for independent consulting or in combination with Renne Public Law Group’s attorneys.

News

Renne Public Management Group Welcomes Alameda County Leader Wendy Sommer

September 2nd, 2022|

Renne Public Management Group (RPMG), a division of Renne Public Law Group, is pleased to announce that sustainability expert Wendy Sommer has joined RPMG as a Consultant. Wendy will support executive coaching, organizational and professional development, and facilitation services, as well as complex project management for RPMG clients. 

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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