How often should you email your credit union members?

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Governor Tom Wolf Rescinds 46 Executive Orders

first_img2008-04Pennsylvania All-Hazard Incident Management (PA-IMT3)5/13/2008The commission established by the EO is non-operational. 1997-01Governor’s Travel and Tourism Council3/17/1997No longer in existence, superseded by statutorily mandated PA Travel and Tourism Partnership and DCED’s Tourism Office 1990-01Municipal Waste Transportation Enforcement Program3/14/1990No longer necessary due to the passage of the Waste Transportation Safety Act of 2002 (Act 90). 1995-02 As AmendedDrug Policy Planning Coordination12/19/1997Gave PCCD duties relating to the coordination of commonwealth drug policy. The duties were superseded by the creation of DDAP. 1994-05Nursing Home Loan Agency’s Authorization to Sell Loans11/4/1994The work required in this EO was completed many years ago. 1996-07Pennsylvania Center for Environmental Education12/20/1996Center closed in 2011 as a result of the elimination of all state funding. All resources were transferred to the PA Association of Environmental Educators 1979-10Commonwealth Child Development Committee7/25/1979This committee no longer exists. 1991-05Environmental Training Partnership4/22/1991Training is managed through a DCED contract with PSATS with DEP oversight. Efficiency,  Government Reform,  Government That Works,  Press Release,  Results Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that he will rescind 46 outdated and unnecessary executive orders by previous administrations – some dating back 30 years – to continue his efforts to clean-up state government. Outdated orders include those from seven previous Governors starting with Gov. Milton Shapp.“My administration is prioritizing cleaning up state government and eliminating waste, outdated policies and duplicative bureaucracy,”  Governor Tom Wolf said. “Taking this step to streamline government and remove unnecessary directives allows for the executive branch to continue to lead by example in state government, as we have on ethics, government reform and curbing special interest influence.”Removing three decades of outdated executive orders that are no longer relevant or have been superseded by legislation or other executive actions is part of Governor Wolf’s priority to modernize state government. Over the past two years, Governor Wolf’s GO-TIME initiative has saved $156 million, spurred innovation and launched new and revamped programs to improve customer service in state government.Many of the executive actions being rescinded include boards, task forces, programs and commissions that no longer exist, including a Sustainable Water Infrastructure task force that never reconvened and a Public Safety Communications Council that was never actually established. In the case of Executive Order 1996-07, the Pennsylvania Center for Environmental Education was defunded and closed in 2011, but the executive order remained in place.Many other orders created policies that have either been codified in statute, superseded by new legislation or are no longer necessary. A full list of the outdated executive orders are below. 2011-07Pennsylvania Dairy Leadership Council9/28/2011This EO will be rescinded because it is no longer in effect. 2000-02Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board2/14/2000EO superseded by the current state Workforce Development Board, whose functions and membership are mandated by the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). 1981-06Pennsylvania Department of Health Advisory Board of Arthritis5/22/1981Any arthritis work within DOH is funded and guided by the CDC. 2006-11Governor’s Dog Law Advice Group12/22/2006This EO, and the 8-person Board created by it, are no longer necessary, since there is now a 25-member Dog Law Advisory Board 1986-05Standby Allocations of the Volume Cap Under the Tax Reform Act of 198610/2/1986EO now superseded by 2007 state statute 73 P.S. 400.2701 et seq. 1987-011986 Allocations of the Unified Volume Cap Under the Tax Reform Act of 19861/7/1987EO now superseded by 2007 state statute 73 P.S. 400.2701 et seq. 2003-12Governor’s Cabinet on Children and Families9/18/2003This group no longer meets. 2008-02 As AmendedSustainable Water Infrastructure Task Force4/28/2008The Task Force completed its work on November 1, 2008, when it submitted its final report. 1977-04Compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 19738/3/1977This is no longer an ongoing program. 1989-08Municipal Waste Reduction and Planning Program10/17/1989This EO was issued prior to development of Municipal and Residual regulations. 2007-05Chronic Care Management, Reimbursement and Cost Reduction Commission5/21/2007Commission was transferred from Governor’s Office to DOH, which has replaced it with the Health Innovation deputate. 2004-03 and 2004-03 Revision No. 1Pennsylvania Business Tax Reform Commission3/4/2004Commission no longer in existence. 1987-08Pennsylvania Emergency Response Commission4/20/1987The content of the EO was either codified or superseded by statute, specifically, Act 165 of 1990. 1978-19Access by Handicapped Individuals to Meeting Locations12/19/1978EO supplanted by Management Directory 205.26 in 1992, implementing the ADA. Section 5 e. addresses the requirement to select accessible sites for agency programs and activities. 1994-04Governor’s Committee on Education Standards and Assessment5/18/1994The EO set a 1994 due date for a report. The standards and assessments recommended in the report were implemented. 1980-04Golden Keystone Discount Card Program2/27/1980This program no longer exists. 2002-08Governor’s Interagency Task Force on Energy7/18/2002Task force no longer exists. 1995-06Governor’s Community Partnership for Safe Children9/14/1995The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention has since been created within PCCD to carry out these functions.center_img 1995-07Governor’s Executive Council on Recycling Development and Waste Reduction10/11/1995This EO was issued prior to development of Municipal and Residual Regulations. 1981-13Governor’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped10/19/1981EO goals now covered by EO 2016-03 and existing statutes. 1987-12Cultural Advisor to the Governor5/27/1987Position no longer exists. 2004-07Financial Education and Literacy4/29/2004Office no longer utilized and subsequent programs have replaced. 1980-05Task Force on Employment Services to Displaced Homemakers2/28/1980Efforts now encompassed by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). 1996-05Municipal Waste Facilities Review Program8/29/1996This EO directed DEP and PennDOT to review and revise existing waste transportation and management policies. This work has been completed. 1995-08Governor’s Advisory Commission on Public School Finance10/11/1995The Advisory Commission completed its work in May 1996, when it submitted the report required in the EO. December 06, 2016 1987-19Delegation to Department of Environmental Resources Compliance with Federal Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy Amendments Act12/21/1987The Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Act supersedes and encompasses the goals of this EO. 2006-07Governor’s Pandemic Advisory Council7/27/2006Advisory Council is no longer active. 1996-06Governor’s Advisory Commission on Academic Standards9/30/1996The Commonwealth has adopted the standards required by this EO. Governor Tom Wolf Rescinds 46 Executive Orders 1990-04UNITED STATES BRIG NIAGARA – Flagship of Pennsylvania8/17/1990Content of the EOhas been codified in Section 705 of the History Code. 1994-02Governor’s Office of PennPORTS3/29/1994PennDOT’s multimodal deputate now maintains jurisdiction and all duties pertaining to the ports. 2004-11Pennsylvania Election Reform Task Force12/13/2004The Task Force completed its work on May 12, 2005, when it submitted its final report. 2002-02 As AmendedGovernor’s Task Force on Early Childhood Care and Education7/15/2002EO Codified at 4 Pa. Code Sec. 6.61 – 6.69 1980-07Small Business Service Center2/29/1980This program no longer exists. DCED now has Small Business Champions. Issuance NumberNameIssuance DateExplanation for Rescinding 2011-08Interagency Coordination Advisory Group for Economic Development10/6/2011Advisory Group no longer meets. 1995-10Governor’s Sports and Exposition Facilities Task Force10/27/1995Four professional sports stadiums were built in the late 1990s as a result of this EO. No further action is required. 1981-04Federal Program Coordination2/9/1981EO is unnecessary for the Office of Budget to perform its duties. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter 2014-06Interoperable Public Safety and Emergency Communications Governance12/2/2014This council was never established and there is a governance board for FirstNet, which functions well without the guidance from this EO. Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: 1996-02Implementation of the IMPACCT Commission Recommendations4/19/1996Replaced with the Governor’s cost savings measures.last_img read more