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41-2772. Arizona state competitive government program

A. A statewide competitive government program shall be established within the governor's office of management and budget. The program shall emphasize this state's fiduciary responsibility to taxpayers by encouraging value in the provision and delivery of state services by identifying and pursuing opportunities for increasing the use of market forces in the delivery of state services, while preventing unfair competition between state agencies and the private sector.

B. The competitive government process shall be utilized whenever a state agency chooses to, or is compelled to, privatize a state function or program currently provided through the direct use of state employees.

C. The Arizona board of regents and the community college districts shall develop a program comparable to the competitive government program for themselves and institutions under their jurisdiction and shall present a report to the office on or before October 1 of each year that contains a summary of all activities conducted by the Arizona board of regents and community college districts relating to competitive government activities. The office may require oral or written status reports relating to competitive government activities from the state agencies as deemed necessary.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2772

41-2772. Arizona state competitive government program

A. A statewide competitive government program shall be established within the governor's office of management and budget. The program shall emphasize this state's fiduciary responsibility to taxpayers by encouraging value in the provision and delivery of state services by identifying and pursuing opportunities for increasing the use of market forces in the delivery of state services, while preventing unfair competition between state agencies and the private sector.

B. The competitive government process shall be utilized whenever a state agency chooses to, or is compelled to, privatize a state function or program currently provided through the direct use of state employees.

C. The Arizona board of regents and the community college districts shall develop a program comparable to the competitive government program for themselves and institutions under their jurisdiction and shall present a report to the office on or before October 1 of each year that contains a summary of all activities conducted by the Arizona board of regents and community college districts relating to competitive government activities. The office may require oral or written status reports relating to competitive government activities from the state agencies as deemed necessary.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2772

41-2772. Arizona state competitive government program

A. A statewide competitive government program shall be established within the governor's office of management and budget. The program shall emphasize this state's fiduciary responsibility to taxpayers by encouraging value in the provision and delivery of state services by identifying and pursuing opportunities for increasing the use of market forces in the delivery of state services, while preventing unfair competition between state agencies and the private sector.

B. The competitive government process shall be utilized whenever a state agency chooses to, or is compelled to, privatize a state function or program currently provided through the direct use of state employees.

C. The Arizona board of regents and the community college districts shall develop a program comparable to the competitive government program for themselves and institutions under their jurisdiction and shall present a report to the office on or before October 1 of each year that contains a summary of all activities conducted by the Arizona board of regents and community college districts relating to competitive government activities. The office may require oral or written status reports relating to competitive government activities from the state agencies as deemed necessary.

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