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  • Alternative dispute resolution committee tariff amendment
    The California ISO tariff places responsibility for administering and coordinating the ISO's process for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) with a committee of the Board of Governors. The committee is required to maintain lists of arbitrators and mediators, process and publish information about ADR activities and compile procedures for arbitration. The purpose of this stakeholder process is to consider a tariff amendment that would – consistent with the practices of other ISOs and RTOs – relieve the ISO Board of alternative dispute resolution responsibility and place it under management's supervision.
    • Outcome
      This amendment assigned responsibility for administering the process of alternative dispute resolution to a designated California ISO employee, rather than a committee, that will ensure fairness when the ISO is a party to a dispute. — Effective: Sep 19, 2010; FERC Order: Aug 27, 2010 (ER10-1815); Board of Governors approved: May 18, 2010
    • Alternative dispute resolution committee tariff amendment - papers and proposals