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Select Committee on Efficiency in Government
The Legislature's Select Committee on Efficiency in Government is asking the public to take part in a survey and provide suggestions to increase government efficiency in Montana.
During the 2011 legislative session, the Montana Legislature formed a select committee on efficiency in government. The legislation that created the select committee requires that members investigate:
The committee is seeking specific recommendations in those topic areas, as well as general suggestions for making government more efficient. The committee meets Thursday and Friday in Helena and also is planning on conducting future meetings at other locations around the state as determined by the committee. The committee must complete its study by September 15, 2012 and report its recommendations and findings to the 2013 Legislature.
Here is how you can help:
Visit the Committee's website and click on the link under "Provide your Suggestions to the Committee". Provide your input for one or more of the topics by clicking on the links. You can find the committee website at www.leg.mt.gov
For more information, contact Dave Bohyer, Research Director, Legislative Services Division, at email@example.com or at 406-444-3064.