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Draft SCEG Final Report Available

Posted Date: 
October 11, 2012
Contact: 
David Boyher, Director, Office of Research & Policy Analysis, Legislative Services Division

The Final Report of the Select Committee on Efficiency in Government (draft) has been posted on the SCEG web page under "Publications".

Select Committee on Efficiency in Government October Update

Posted Date: 
October 2, 2012
Contact: 
Dave Bohyer, Committee Staff

The Select Committee on Efficiency in Government heard information on state budgeting processes when it met in September. The committee also approved two proposals related to funding of certain Medicaid mental health services.

Select Committee on Efficiency in Government August Update

Posted Date: 
August 1, 2012
Contact: 
Dave Bohyer, Committee Staff

The Select Committee on Efficiency in Government met in Havre in June, approving three committee bill drafts and continuing its efforts to gather ideas from local officials about ways to improve state government.

Select Committee on Efficiency in Government June Update

Posted Date: 
June 4, 2012
Contact: 
Dave Bohyer, Committee Staff

The Select Committee on Efficiency in Government met May 14-15, at the Capitol in Helena. The committee has been looking at ways to improve government efficiency and effectiveness in health care, including Medicaid; information technology; and natural resources.

Select Committee on Efficiency in Government May Update

Posted Date: 
May 1, 2012
Contact: 
Dave Bohyer, Committee Staff

The Select Committee on Efficiency in Government met April 9-10 on the Montana Tech campus in Butte. The committee focused on ways to implement or enhance government efficiency and effectiveness in health care, including Medicaid; technology; and natural resources.

SCEG Natural Resources Subcommittee Seeking Public Input

Posted Date: 
February 8, 2012
Contact: 
Jason Mohr, Legislative Services Division

The Natural Resources Subcommittee of the Select Committee on Efficiency in Government is requesting specific recommendations for finding efficiencies related to state processes for natural resource development.

Legislative Committee to Pursue Efficiencies in Government

Posted Date: 
February 2, 2012
Contact: 
Dave Bohyer, Committee Staff

HELENA -- The Select Committee on Efficiency in Government, commissioned by the 2011 Legislature to seek to identify and implement efficiencies in state government programs and processes, will meet February 6 and 7, 2012, on the MSU campus in the Student Union Building, Ballroom B.