This Statement of Incompatible Activities is intended to guide officers and employees of the General Services Agency, including TIDA employees,about the kinds of activities that are incompatible with their public duties and therefore prohibited.
The fourth amended and restated bylaws of the Treasure Island Development Authority.
Chapter 8 of the San Francisco Administrative Code requires all departments of the City and County of San Francisco adopt and maintain a Records Retention and Destruction Policy and Schedule.
Creating contracting opportunities for small business professional service firms and construction contractors is an objective of the development of Treasure/Yerba Buena Islands. These Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Procedures implement the participation goals set forth in the Jobs and Equal Opportunity Program ("Jobs EOP") within the Disposition and Development Agreement.
Describes the categories of trees that require posting ahead of removal, and the length of time posting is required prior to tree removal.
This policy governs acquisitions and accessions to TIDA's permanent collection, incoming and outgoing loans, collection care, documentation, access to the materials, and deaccession criteria and procedures according to the standards set by the City and the museum profession.
Under the TIDA Policy for Distribution of Tickets and Passes, the distribution of any tickets and/or passes by TIDA to, or at the behest of, any TIDA official, employee or officer, including officials, employees and officers of the City who perform services for TIDA, shall accomplish one or more of certain defined public purposes.