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41-723. Governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting; duties

The director of the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting shall:

1. Confer with officials of federal agencies concerning grants-in-aid generally, and particularly in regard to federal-aid programs in progress in this state.

2. Report to the legislature at each regular session findings and recommendations in the following areas:

(a) The total amount of federal grants-in-aid received by agencies of this state during the preceding fiscal year.

(b) The total amount of federal grants-in-aid available to agencies of this state during the preceding fiscal year, giving reasons for any difference between the amount of monies available to and the amount of monies accepted by agencies of this state in all federal grant-in-aid programs.

(c) The adequacy of grant-in-aid programs in progress in this state.

(d) Federal grant-in-aid programs in which the state does not participate.

(e) Legislation necessary for activation of federal programs in which the state does not participate.

(f) Legislation necessary for improved operation of federal grant-in-aid programs in progress in the state of Arizona.

(g) Advisability of accepting new grant-in-aid programs or discontinuing programs already in progress.

3. Have access to the books, accounts, reports and vouchers and all other pertinent records of all state agencies for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-723

41-723. Governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting; duties

The director of the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting shall:

1. Confer with officials of federal agencies concerning grants-in-aid generally, and particularly in regard to federal-aid programs in progress in this state.

2. Report to the legislature at each regular session findings and recommendations in the following areas:

(a) The total amount of federal grants-in-aid received by agencies of this state during the preceding fiscal year.

(b) The total amount of federal grants-in-aid available to agencies of this state during the preceding fiscal year, giving reasons for any difference between the amount of monies available to and the amount of monies accepted by agencies of this state in all federal grant-in-aid programs.

(c) The adequacy of grant-in-aid programs in progress in this state.

(d) Federal grant-in-aid programs in which the state does not participate.

(e) Legislation necessary for activation of federal programs in which the state does not participate.

(f) Legislation necessary for improved operation of federal grant-in-aid programs in progress in the state of Arizona.

(g) Advisability of accepting new grant-in-aid programs or discontinuing programs already in progress.

3. Have access to the books, accounts, reports and vouchers and all other pertinent records of all state agencies for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-723

41-723. Governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting; duties

The director of the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting shall:

1. Confer with officials of federal agencies concerning grants-in-aid generally, and particularly in regard to federal-aid programs in progress in this state.

2. Report to the legislature at each regular session findings and recommendations in the following areas:

(a) The total amount of federal grants-in-aid received by agencies of this state during the preceding fiscal year.

(b) The total amount of federal grants-in-aid available to agencies of this state during the preceding fiscal year, giving reasons for any difference between the amount of monies available to and the amount of monies accepted by agencies of this state in all federal grant-in-aid programs.

(c) The adequacy of grant-in-aid programs in progress in this state.

(d) Federal grant-in-aid programs in which the state does not participate.

(e) Legislation necessary for activation of federal programs in which the state does not participate.

(f) Legislation necessary for improved operation of federal grant-in-aid programs in progress in the state of Arizona.

(g) Advisability of accepting new grant-in-aid programs or discontinuing programs already in progress.

3. Have access to the books, accounts, reports and vouchers and all other pertinent records of all state agencies for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this section.

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