The Vermont Statutes Online
Executive Order No. 3-30
WHEREAS, Vermont state government can realize savings by consolidating management, information and space; by coordinating state technical services; and by consolidating the public's access to information and other assistance; and
WHEREAS, Vermont state government must also collaborate to avoid inconsistencies and redundancies among state and local agencies and departments; and
WHEREAS, 3 V.S.A. Section 4001 establishes eight administrative districts for state government.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT I, Howard Dean, by virtue of the power vested in me as Governor, do hereby direct all executive branch agencies and departments of Vermont state government to:
Align the geographic boundaries of their administrative districts to conform with the statutorily prescribed eight administrative districts.
Reduce management and overhead structures in agencies and departments within the eight administrative service districts by combining these districts where appropriate or by sharing management resources across agencies and departments.
Work collaboratively with communities and service providers within these districts to deliver quality and cost-effective services.
Enhance client service delivery systems to geographically isolated regions of the state through the use of satellite offices.
This Executive Order shall take effect upon signing.
Dated October 4, 1995.