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PUBLIC AGENCY EFFICIENCY. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Resolves that Legislature shall create an "Efficient Agencies Service" to survey yearly the efficiency of all public agencies in the state. Provides that Service may select all persons working in a public agency to respond to efficiency surveys. Summary of fiscal impact on state and local governments as estimated by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance: Initial cost potentially in excess of $20 million and annual costs over $10 million to state and local governments for developing, completing, and analyzing the annual survey, for recommending changes needed to increase public agency efficiency, and for electronic data processing. There would be potential savings to state and local governments from increasing the efficiency of public agencies.
Robin Raymond Anderson President For The One Thought, 320 Miraleste Dr., #163, San Pedro, Ca 90732
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Public Agency Efficiency. California Initiative 580 (1992).