§4-10-6. Department presentation; timing and scope.
(a) During the calendar year in which a department is scheduled for an agency review pursuant to section eight of this article, and upon notification from the joint standing committee or the division, the department shall prepare and present a department presentation to the joint standing committee and the committee. The purpose of the presentation is to inform the Legislature as to the programs, activities and financial situation of the department and to update and amend any information previously presented to the joint standing committee or committee pursuant to this section. The presentation shall include:
(1) A departmental chart designating each agency under the purview of the department;
(2) An analysis of the department’s internal performance measures and self-assessment systems; and
(3) For each agency under the purview of the department, the following:
(A) The mission, goals and functions of the agency;
(B) The statutory or other legal authority under which the agency operates;
(C) The number of employees of the agency for the immediate past ten years;
(D) The budget for the agency for the immediate past ten years;
(E) Any potential or actual loss of revenue due to operations, changes in law or any other reason;
(F) The extent to which the agency has operated in the public interest;
(G) The extent to which the agency has complied with state personnel practices, including affirmative action requirements;
(H) The extent to which the agency has encouraged public participation in the making of its rules and decisions and has encouraged interested persons to report to it on the impact of its rules and decisions on the effectiveness, economy and availability of services that it has provided;
(I) The efficiency with which public inquiries or complaints regarding the activities of the agency have been processed and resolved;
(J) The extent to which statutory, regulatory, budgeting or other changes are necessary to enable the agency to better serve the interests of the public and to comply with the factors enumerated in this subsection; and
(K) A recommendation as to whether the agency should be continued, consolidated or terminated.