Analysis To Improve Compliance With Rules By Businesses.
State agencies - analysis of noncompliance with its rules. The act requires each state agency to conduct an analysis of noncompliance with its rules to identify rules with the greatest frequency of noncompliance, rules that generate the greatest amount of fines, how many first-time offenders were given the opportunity to cure a minor violation, and what factors contribute to noncompliance by regulated businesses. The analysis will guide each department on how to improve its education and outreach to regulated businesses on compliance with the department's rules. Each state agency is required to forward that analysis to the department of regulatory agencies, which shall compile and summarize those analyses into one combined analysis of noncompliance to be presented at the department of regulatory agencies' "State Measurement for Accountable, Responsive, and Transparent (SMART) Government Act" hearing.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)