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41-1273. Budget analyst; employees; duties

A. The joint legislative budget committee shall appoint a budget analyst and other clerical and technical employees that may be required.

B. The budget analyst shall serve full time as staff director and receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611. The budget analyst, as a prerequisite for appointment, shall have demonstrated the budget analyst's competency and ability in the field of finance either in private business or public work.

C. The budget analyst may be removed from office prior to expiration of the budget analyst's term if, voting separately, a majority of the members of each body constituting the joint legislative budget committee votes in favor of removal.

D. The budget analyst shall prepare for distribution an analysis of the governor's budget as soon after the budget is presented to the legislature as is possible. The analysis, among other things, shall include recommendations of the budget analyst for revisions in expenditures.

E. In consultation with the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting, the budget analyst shall determine and report to the governor and the legislature an estimate of appropriations subject to the limit imposed by article IX, section 17, Constitution of Arizona. The report shall be published by February 15 of each year for the preceding fiscal year, for the current fiscal year and for the ensuing fiscal year to reflect the budget recommendations of the joint legislative budget committee.

F. By November 1 of each odd-numbered year, the budget analyst shall report and recommend to the committee:

1. A listing of funds that are recommended for elimination or consolidation that represents not more than seven per cent of the total number of funds in existence, including all federal, state and other sources of monies and grants.

2. A listing of funds for conversion from nonappropriated status to appropriated status that represents not more than seven per cent by dollar amount estimated of all state nonappropriated funds.

G. The legislature in making its appropriation for the operation of the legislature shall allocate a portion thereof for the operation of the joint legislative budget committee.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1273

41-1273. Budget analyst; employees; duties

A. The joint legislative budget committee shall appoint a budget analyst and other clerical and technical employees that may be required.

B. The budget analyst shall serve full time as staff director and receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611. The budget analyst, as a prerequisite for appointment, shall have demonstrated the budget analyst's competency and ability in the field of finance either in private business or public work.

C. The budget analyst may be removed from office prior to expiration of the budget analyst's term if, voting separately, a majority of the members of each body constituting the joint legislative budget committee votes in favor of removal.

D. The budget analyst shall prepare for distribution an analysis of the governor's budget as soon after the budget is presented to the legislature as is possible. The analysis, among other things, shall include recommendations of the budget analyst for revisions in expenditures.

E. In consultation with the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting, the budget analyst shall determine and report to the governor and the legislature an estimate of appropriations subject to the limit imposed by article IX, section 17, Constitution of Arizona. The report shall be published by February 15 of each year for the preceding fiscal year, for the current fiscal year and for the ensuing fiscal year to reflect the budget recommendations of the joint legislative budget committee.

F. By November 1 of each odd-numbered year, the budget analyst shall report and recommend to the committee:

1. A listing of funds that are recommended for elimination or consolidation that represents not more than seven per cent of the total number of funds in existence, including all federal, state and other sources of monies and grants.

2. A listing of funds for conversion from nonappropriated status to appropriated status that represents not more than seven per cent by dollar amount estimated of all state nonappropriated funds.

G. The legislature in making its appropriation for the operation of the legislature shall allocate a portion thereof for the operation of the joint legislative budget committee.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1273

41-1273. Budget analyst; employees; duties

A. The joint legislative budget committee shall appoint a budget analyst and other clerical and technical employees that may be required.

B. The budget analyst shall serve full time as staff director and receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611. The budget analyst, as a prerequisite for appointment, shall have demonstrated the budget analyst's competency and ability in the field of finance either in private business or public work.

C. The budget analyst may be removed from office prior to expiration of the budget analyst's term if, voting separately, a majority of the members of each body constituting the joint legislative budget committee votes in favor of removal.

D. The budget analyst shall prepare for distribution an analysis of the governor's budget as soon after the budget is presented to the legislature as is possible. The analysis, among other things, shall include recommendations of the budget analyst for revisions in expenditures.

E. In consultation with the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting, the budget analyst shall determine and report to the governor and the legislature an estimate of appropriations subject to the limit imposed by article IX, section 17, Constitution of Arizona. The report shall be published by February 15 of each year for the preceding fiscal year, for the current fiscal year and for the ensuing fiscal year to reflect the budget recommendations of the joint legislative budget committee.

F. By November 1 of each odd-numbered year, the budget analyst shall report and recommend to the committee:

1. A listing of funds that are recommended for elimination or consolidation that represents not more than seven per cent of the total number of funds in existence, including all federal, state and other sources of monies and grants.

2. A listing of funds for conversion from nonappropriated status to appropriated status that represents not more than seven per cent by dollar amount estimated of all state nonappropriated funds.

G. The legislature in making its appropriation for the operation of the legislature shall allocate a portion thereof for the operation of the joint legislative budget committee.

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