Governor Ducey signed Executive Order 2015-01 on January 5th. This order, to promote job creation and more customer-oriented agencies, requires all state agencies to provide an evaluation of their rules with recommendations for amending or repealing those that inhibit economic development, are burdensome, antiquated, or contradictory.
An op-ed last week in the LA Times from Dr. Jay Famiglietti of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena stated that California’s drought is so severe that the state’s reservoirs will run out of water in one year. Enhancing water efficiency is more critical than ever.
In today’s world – companies are scrambling to collect information to meet buyer specifications, satisfy regulatory demands and develop records in case something goes wrong. This is often a massive paper chase that seldom allows key staff the time to put the information to beneficial use in improving company performance, efficiency or food safety programs.