Mr. Standley explained that due to DOR data constraints, OSA occasionally had to rely on third party data instead. He explained that these data have their own limitations, which OSA attempted to transparently identify in its evaluations.
Mr. Standley explained when the OSA would identify policy considerations. To date, OSA has identified 29 policy considerations, including 5 designated "consider repeal," 8 designated "clarify statute," 12 designated "review effectiveness," and 4 designated "administrative issues." Three of these categories are on the agenda for the committee's July 24 meeting, and the last will be discussed at the committee's August 19 meeting.