Authorization to Operate as an Internal Service Fund

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Other News, Uncategorized

An “internal service fund agency” is defined as “an agency that provides goods or services to other agencies of state government or to other governmental units on a capital maintenance and cost reimbursement basis, and which recovers costs through interagency billings.” (Section 63J-1-410) H.B. 402, sponsored by Rep. S. Clark, authorizes the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) to operate all …

HeinOnline Webinar

Mike Broschinsky Other News, Training, Uncategorized

HeinOnline will be offering a free webinar on Wednesday, May 13, 2009 from 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m EDT.  This webinar will focus on using and searching HeinOnline’s Law Journal library. Topics to be covered include: How to quickly pull up a journal article when you have a citation. How to search for a journal article by article name How to search …

Invitation to Particpation in the Model State Administrative Procedure Act Revision Process

Mike Broschinsky Administrative Law, Other News, Public News, Uncategorized

For three years, the Division of Administrative Rules has been monitoring the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws process for revising the Model State Administrative Procedures Act. That process is scheduled to be complete by Summer 2009. The following notice is provided by Commissioner Francis J. Pavetti, Chair of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws …

Sen. Ed Mayne

Mike Broschinsky Other News, Uncategorized

State Senator Ed Mayne passed away on Sunday, November 25, 2007. Among his many contributions, Sen. Mayne served as a member of the Administrative Rules Review Committee since 1999. Sen. Mayne will be missed for his voice of reason, his passion, and his ability to engage is often heated, but always civil, discussions about the issues. He always demonstrated respect …

Agency Access to HeinOnline Expanded to Include Additional Databases

Mike Broschinsky Other News, Uncategorized

Jessica Van Buren, State Law Librarian, indicates that the state’s HeinOnline subscription now includes the U.S. Congressional Documents library. This provides state agencies with access to the: Congressional Record (1873-1889 and 1992-2003, with more added each month), Annals of Congress, Register of Debates, Congressional Globe, American State Papers, Journals of the Continental Congress, and Territorial Papers of the United States. …

State Agency Access to ALL Federal Registers Issues, Many Law Journals and Other Resources

Mike Broschinsky Other News, Uncategorized

Agencies that reference Federal Registers, Supreme Court decisions, treaties, or law journals now have access to a valuable resource. The Utah State Law Library (formerly referred to as the Supreme Court Law Library) has announced desktop access to HeinOnline, a legal research database, for Utah state agencies. To use the service, state employees must access HeinOnline from a computer with …

Kimberly Hood Named Executive Director of Administrative Services

Mike Broschinsky Other News, Public News, Uncategorized

On November 3, 2006, Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. announced the appointment of Kim Hood as Executive Director of the Department of Administrative Services. As Executive Director, she will oversee divisions of state government, including the Division of Administrative Rules, that share the common function of providing service to other government agencies. Ms. Hood replaces Mr. Richard Ellis who has …

Tools for Rules: Building a 21st Century Toolkit for Regulation Writers

Mike Broschinsky E-Rulemaking, Other News, Uncategorized

*This announcement was originally posted to Harvard’s e-rulemaking ListServ on 09/07/2006. With Dr. Shulman’s permission, it is reposted here.* Join members of the eRulemaking Research Group ( http://erulemaking.ucsur.pitt.edu/ ) to help test experimental human language tools designed to assist regulation writers who must review and address public comments. With funding from the National Science Foundation, the eRulemaking Research group has …

Richard Ellis Named Executive Director of Administrative Services

Mike Broschinsky Other News, Uncategorized

On May 17, 2006, Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. announced the appointment of Richard Ellis as Executive Director of the Department of Administrative Services. As Executive Director, he will oversee divisions of state government that share the common function of providing service to other government agencies. Mr. Ellis replaces Ms. D’Arcy Dixion Pignanelli who was appointed as a Tax Commissioner. …