SB 7052: Government Efficiency
GENERAL BILL by Governmental Oversight and Accountability
Government Efficiency; Requiring the Governor to develop government efficiency recommendations on an annual basis; requiring submission of recommendations to the Legislature; requiring state agencies to report quarterly regarding implemented recommendations and any cost impacts for a specified period of time, etc.
Last Action: 3/11/2016 Senate - Died in Appropriations
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government (AGG)
- Appropriations (AP)
- Rules (RC)
• Submitted for consideration by Governmental Oversight and Accountability
• On Committee agenda-- Governmental Oversight and Accountability, 01/19/16, 4:00 pm, 401 Senate Office Building -- Submitted as Committee Bill; YEAS 4 NAYS 0
• Referred to Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government; Appropriations; Rules -SJ 248
• Introduced -SJ 248
• On Committee agenda-- Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government, 02/17/16, 10:00 am, 110 Senate Office Building
• Subcommittee Recommendation: Favorable by Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government; YEAS 6 NAYS 0 -SJ 425
• Now in Appropriations -SJ 425
• Died in Appropriations
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