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Joint Committee Year Round Committee

Statutory Revision Committee

Modernization of the Administrative Organization Act – Proposed Legislation

Background Information

On October 13, 2016, the Statutory Revision Committee approved the drafting of a bill to modernize the language used to transfer state agencies and functions in the "Administrative Organization Act of 1968" and in the Colorado Revised Statutes. Since this was a large undertaking, the project was moved to the 2017 interim. The OLLS has finished the bill draft and is now ready to solicit input from affected state agencies and the public about the proposed legislation.  

Related Documents

Staff Memorandum G on the Proposed Legislation
Proposed Legislation to Modernize the Administrative Organization Act
Chart of the Sections Affecting Each Principal Department
The Basic Pattern and New Terminology for Transfers
Examples of How the Transfer Language Is Modernized

Upcoming Meetings

October 10, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., SCR 354 — Stakeholder Input - Meet with OLLS Staff to Discuss Proposed Legislation to Modernize the Administrative Organization Act
    
October 19, 1:30 p.m., SCR 352 — SRC meeting 

 

For more information on the project, please contact:
Debbie Haskins, Assistant Director, Office of Legislative Legal Services at Debbie.Haskins@state.co.us