Arizona Administrative Register Semi-Annual Index
EXECUTIVE ORDER 2002-08 THE STATE OF ARIZONA TELEWORK PROGRAM (Supersedes Executive Order 93-16) WHEREAS, the State of Arizona, as a large employer, is required to reduce employee work trips in order to decrease air pollution; and WHEREAS, the State of Arizona Telework Program was established by Executive Order 93-16 after the State of Arizona successfully demonstrated that telework is a viable management option and trip reduction strategy; and WHEREAS, the State of Arizona Telework Program has been recognized internationally as a model program and resource for other employers by demonstrating that telework reduces air pollution and gasoline consumption, increases employee productivity and morale due to an improved working environment, reduces employee turnover and attracts qualified new employees to State service; and WHEREAS, the State of Arizona Telework Program has achieved the goal set by Operation Ozone that mandated all State agencies, boards and commissions to implement the State of Arizona Telework Program with the goal of having fifteen percent of State employees in Maricopa County actively participate. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jane Dee Hull, Governor of the State of Arizona, by virtue of the Constitution and the laws of the State of Arizona, and because of the outstanding environmental and business benefits of telework, do hereby advance the State's telework mandate that every State agency, board and commission implement the State of Arizona Telework Program with the goal of achieving a twenty percent active participation rate among State employees in Maricopa County. Additionally, all State telecommuters will be asked to work from home or a remote location close to home during all High Pollution Advisories to reduce the number of State employees commuting on these days. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Arizona.
Jane Dee Hull
DONE at the Capitol in Phoenix this Thirteenth day of May Two Thousand and Two and of the Independence of the United States of America the Two Hundred and Twenty Sixth. ATTEST:
Secretary of State
EXECUTIVE ORDER 2002-9 ESTABLISHING AN AGRICULTURAL WATER CONSERVATION BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE WHEREAS, the 1980 Groundwater Code requires the Director of the Department of Water Resources to adopt a series of five groundwater management plans for areas of the state known as active management areas, and to include in each plan a Base Agricultural Conservation Program that requires persons using groundwater for irrigation purposes to comply with irrigation water duties and maximum annual groundwater allotments; and WHEREAS, the Director of the Department of Water Resources has delayed adoption of the Base Agricultural Conservation Program in the management plans for the third management period, 2000 to 2010, due to issues raised by agricultural interests to the seasonal irrigation efficiency assumed in the proposed irrigation water duties included in the draft management plans for the third management period; and WHEREAS, on September 18, 2001, the Director of the Department of Water Resources and various agricultural interests entered into a written agreement to support legislation prescribing the seasonal irrigation efficiency to be used in calculating Volume 8, Issues 1-26 Page 12 June 30, 2002
Click tabs to swap between content that is broken into logical sections.
The information regarding this Executive Order was compiled to assist researchers who are trying to identify documents associated with a particular Arizona Governor or who are researching a particular Arizona Executive Order. The content provided is INFORMATIONAL ONLY and is NOT provided as a definitive legal authority. Executive Orders issued between January 5, 1981 (E.O. 81-1) and November 10, 1986 (E.O. 86-12) were printed in the Arizona Administrative Digest. Executive Orders issued since November 20, 1986 (E.O. 86-13) have been printed in the Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.), an official publication of the State of Arizona.
Copyright to this resource is held by the creating agency. This resource may not be downloaded, reproduced or distributed in any format without written permission of the creating agency. Any attempt to circumvent the access controls placed on this file is a violation of United States and international copyright laws, and is subject to criminal prosecution.