Washington Advisory Council On State Government Productivity - A Case Study
In May 1974, the Governor of Washington State, Daniel J. Evans, created an Advisory Council on State Government Productivity to seek out problem areas and to make recommendations to the Governor for improving the efficiency and effectiveness -the productivity -of Washington State Government. The following report represents a case study of the Council's impact on the process and work of the legislative and executive branches of Washington State Government comprising an objective evaluation of the Council's recommendations as well as a subjective assessment of the Council's effectiveness as a means for productive change in government.
Section I of the report provides an overview of the problems uncovered and the recommendations proposed by the Council. Its organization allows for quick reference to Section III if the reader desires greater detail.
This report is part of the collection of scanned historical documents available to the public.