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Reporting Entity Contact Change Request

Jurisdictions/Reporting Entities may manage their own contact information in the Local Government Information Center (LoGIC) application via a secure Web interface. Users will need a WebPass, which can be created or managed through the CalRecycle WebPass site.

Alternatively, jurisdiction staff may complete and submit the contact change request form below to inform CalRecycle of jurisdiction’s staff contact information changes. CalRecycle's Local Assistance and Market Development (LAMD) Branch staff will process the request to have the changes made in LoGIC.

Before You Start

Review your jurisdiction's contact information on the Local Assistance and Market Development Contact Search page. Check for details such as the number of Official Jurisdiction Contacts (a maximum of three are allowed) and the complete name of the jurisdiction (for example, either “Alameda" [city] or “Alameda-Unincorporated”). Confirming your jurisdiction's contact details ahead of time helps to ensure that your changes are made accurately and completely the first time. This effort will enable us to assist you efficiently and post your revisions quickly in the LoGIC database.

Information on Contact Types and Roles

Note: LoGIC contacts are not the same as subscribers to the Local Jurisdiction Interested Parties Listserv. Listserv subscribers may manage their subscriptions via CalRecycle’s Listservs home page.

There are three types of contacts--Jurisdiction, Annual Report, and Disposal Reporting System. To further define the contact type, contacts are assigned roles--Primary, Official, and/or General.

Jurisdiction Contacts

  • Primary: This individual is generally high level and is responsible for the overall implementation of AB 939. This individual has the authority to delegate program management to their staff. This individual also receives official notifications of AB 939 actions, including compliance notifications. Examples of a Primary Jurisdiction Contact are the Mayor, Board Chair, and County Executive Officer. This individual will be sent the official notification for the Electronic Annual Report (EAR), but will not necessarily be sent the EAR access letter.
    • Rule: Each Reporting Entity may have only one Primary Jurisdiction Contact.
  • Official: This individual is an employee of the Reporting Entity and may be the same individual as the Primary. Most likely, this individual is the facilitator and is responsible for the day-to-day operations and management of AB 939 programs. This individual also receives the official notification of AB 939 actions, including compliance notification. This person may serve in the capacity of the titles listed under Primary Jurisdiction Contact as well as the City Manager, Public Works Director and other jurisdiction staff.
    • Rule: Each Reporting Entity may have up to three Official Jurisdiction Contacts.
  • General: These individuals may include Reporting Entity staff, consultants, and also other external stakeholders of the jurisdiction. These individuals may not necessarily be responsible for complying with the requirements of AB 939; however, these contacts may receive general correspondence on programs with respect to AB 939. The Reporting Entity may list an unlimited number of General Jurisdiction Contacts who may or may not have access to LoGIC.

Annual Report Contacts

  • Primary: This individual is an employee of the Reporting Entity and is the go-to person regarding the EAR process. This individual is the authority and is responsible for the completion and submission of the EAR.
    • Rule: Every Reporting Entity may have only one Primary Annual Report Contact.
    • Exception: Regional Agency (RA) members may jointly implement waste management programs and report to CalRecycle as one entity. Therefore, RA members are not required to provide a Primary Annual Report Contact. If an RA member does provide a Primary Annual Report Contact, this individual will also be listed as a General Annual Report Contact with the RA account for the purposes of viewing the annual report.
  • Official: This individual works as an employee of the Reporting Entity and may also require access to the EAR. This individual may be the City Manager, Public Works Director, or other staff of the Reporting Entity.
    • Rule: Every Reporting Entity may have up to three Official Annual Report Contacts.
    • Rule: RA members are required to list an Official Annual Report Contact if a Primary Annual Report Contact has not been indicated. This Official Annual Report Contact will also be listed as a General Annual Report Contact with the RA for the purposes of viewing the annual report.
  • General: This individual is an employee of the Reporting Entity or an affiliate of the Reporting Entity on various subjects serving in the capacity as a consultant or a solid waste company representative. This individual does not receive official correspondence. The Reporting Entity may list an unlimited number of these individuals, who may or may not have access to the EAR.

Disposal Reporting System (DRS) Contacts

  • Primary: This individual is an employee of the county and/or Regional Agency, and is responsible for reporting the DRS information to the Department. Each county may have only one DRS Primary Contact. This individual has the authority to grant or deny access to the DRS information.
  • Official: Other employees of the Reporting Entity that may require access to the disposal reporting system.
  • General: This individual is employed or affiliated with the Reporting Entity and may require access to the Reporting Entity’s DRS information for viewing purposes.

Change Request Form

  • Fields marked with a red asterisk (*) must be completed. Depending on the action requested, other fields may need to be completed.
  • One Reporting Entity Change Request form must be completed and submitted for each Contact.
  • Multiple Reporting Entity Change Requests may be submitted for the same entity. After submitting the first request, select your browser's back button to return to the form with the information that was previously entered and then revise applicable fields. The "Clear Form" button may also be selected to empty the form, if preferred. Remember to select the "Submit" button upon completing the form to conclude the process for each request.

Contact for questions: Leticia Gallegos

A. Submitter Information

* County:

 * Jurisdiction:

* First Name:

*Last Name:

 * Organization:

 * Phone:

* Email:

B. Action to Take
What do you want to do with the individual you will list in Section C?
New Contact Delete Edit Contact Information
C. Contact Details
To add a new Contact, complete all fields. In addition, the new Contact should establish a WebPass account by selecting "Create Account" from the CalRecycle WebPass site. If you are editing contact information for an existing Contact, complete the first name, last name and email address fields as well as any fields that need to be modified. If you are deleting a Contact, provide only the first name, last name and email address.

County:

Jurisdiction:

* First Name:

* Last Name:

Organization:

Title:

Phone:

* Email:

Street/P.O. Box:

City:

State:

ZIP Code

D. Contact Types and Roles  
Check only one Role for any applicable Contact type. (Contact Types and Roles are defined above.)      
Jurisdiction Contact Primary Official General
Annual Report Contact Primary Official General
Disposal Reporting System (DRS) Contact (County Only) Primary Official General
E. Comments and Questions  

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Last updated: January 14, 2015
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Local Assistance & Market Development: LAMD@calrecycle.ca.gov (916) 341-6199