The Ombuds of Texas organization is an informal alliance of about one hundred government, university, corporate, school district and municipality Ombuds (classical or organizational) that was started in 2000. The group meets quarterly to discuss issues that impact the functions of an Ombuds, share information, and provide educational opportunities. This week, the Ombuds of Texas launched an updated website that includes a schedule of meetings, a list of members, links to other websites, a document repository, and frequently asked questions. (Ombuds of Texas.)
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