Government Reform Commission
Please note that the meeting of the Government Reform Commission originally scheduled for Tuesday, May 21, 2013, has been rescheduled to Tuesday, May 28, 2013.
Loudoun County Government Reform Commission (LCGRC) Meetings
See the Loudoun County Government Master Calendar
or the 2013 Government Reform Commission Meeting Schedule
for dates, times and locations of LCGRC meetings.
Government Reform Commission Recommendations
The Government Reform Commission is making recommendations to the Board of Supervisors in a number of areas. The documents related to the recommendations are online:
Reform Commission Creates Two Sub-Committees
Sub-committee # 1 will focus on finance; consolidation; and privatization. (Please note that the meeting schedule is subject to change. Please check the Loudoun County Government Master Calendar
for meeting dates and times.) The agendas for the meetings are online:
Members of Sub-committee #1 include:
Cliff Keirce (assigned pending confirmation)
Sub-committee #2 will focus on: Economic Development Authority (EDA); Loudoun Water; public safety; and the county’s development and permit process. (Please note that the meeting schedule is subject to change. Please check the Loudoun County Government Master Calendar
for meeting dates and times.) The agendas and related documents are online:
Members of Sub-committee #2 include:
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors created the Loudoun County Government Reform Commission (LCGRC) to focus on common-sense strategies and substantive recommendations for reducing costs, increasing efficiencies, identifying cost-effective and innovative ways to improve and deliver services, and saving taxpayer’s money. The purpose of the commission is to provide the Board with recommendations that will result in a leaner, more cost-effective and responsive county government. The LCGRC is intended to generate actionable recommendations and a blueprint for streamlining county government and reducing costs.
The Board has directed the LCGRC to focus on the following key areas:
- Identify opportunities, by means of an audit or other means, for creating efficiencies in county government, including streamlining, consolidating, and/or eliminating duplicative and unnecessary services, programs, and regulations;
- Explore innovative ways to deliver county services at the lowest cost and best value to taxpayers;
- Seek out means to more effectively and efficiently perform core county government functions and concentrate on core mission-oriented service, including potential privatization of government operations where appropriate; and
- Examine ways for government to be more transparent, user friendly, and accountable to citizens.
- The commission will submit periodic reports of its findings and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors.
The Board of Supervisors created the commission on January 3, 2012.
Public Input/Contacting the Commission
The members of the Loudoun County Government Reform Commission are seeking public input. If you would like to provide comments to the members of the commission, you may send an e-mail to
which will go to all commissioners. E-mails to individual commissioners may also be sent by clicking on the names of the commissioners below.
The Board of Supervisors has appointed 13 members to the LCGRC. Members are residents of Loudoun County and serve at the pleasure of the Board. The commission includes representation from the business, government, non-profit and community sectors. The members are:
The Commission has set its meeting schedule for 2013. The 2012 meeting schedule included two public hearings in February 2012. The schedule is online as are summaries of comments taken at the public hearings:
: Please check the Loudoun County Government Calendar
for any changes to the schedule.
Documents related to the Government Reform Commission meetings as well as other relevant documents are online:
Scope of Work
The staff contact for the Loudoun County Government Reform Commission is Julie Grandfield, Office of the County Administrator, 703-777-0502.