Robert J. DaddowBoard Representative for Oakland County
Mr. Daddow has served as Deputy County Executive of Oakland County since October 2000. Mr. Daddow was the County’s Director of Management and Budget from January 1993 until his appointment as Deputy County Executive. In both roles, he helped further Oakland County’s multi-year budgeting, transform the County’s retiree benefits from defined benefit to defined contribution, finance the paying-off of the County’s retiree obligations and maintain the County’s AAA bond rating since 1998.
Mr. Daddow served as Co-Chair of the Legislative Commission on Statutory Mandates concluding with a report issued in December 2009. He is Vice-Chairman of the Michigan Municipal Services Authority and Chairman of the SMART board. He also participated in the writing of the e-commerce legislation enabling local units of government to publish, for a fee, data on the web as well as Public Act 4 of 2011 (emergency manager act for fiscally-distressed governmental units).