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HOUSE LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
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+ Committee Details

Below are current members of the subcommittee to which this agency is assigned. If the agency is under study, these are the members studying the agency at the subcommittee level. If the agency is not currently under study, please see the applicable subcommittee report for the names of the members on the subcommittee at that time, as they may be different from those listed below.


Hon. Bill Hixon,
Chair


Rep
Hon. Adam M. Morgan

Rep
Hon. Russell L. Ott

Rep
Hon. Marvin R. Pendarvis

Rep

UNDER STUDY

The information below is typically only updated when an agency is under study. For completed studies, it may no longer reflect the current structure or operation of the agency.

+ Reports, Recommendations, and Implementation


  • Full Committee Report and Implementation
  • Executive Summary (will be posted when study is complete)
  • Full Report (will be posted when study is complete)
  • Agency status of implementing recommendations (Request for Information will be sent the year after the study is complete)

  • Subcommittee Study Report
  • Executive Summary (will be posted when study is complete)
  • Report Presentation (will be posted when study is complete)
  • Full Report (will be posted when study is complete)

  • Agency Program Evaluation Report (PER)

  • Agency Annual Restructuring Reports, Accountability Reports, and Seven-Year Plan Reports


  • + Meetings and Agency Presentations


    Agency presentations during meetings
    Individual Meetings
  • Monday, December 9, 2019, 1:30pm (Blatt 110)
  • Full Legislative Oversight Committee
  • Meeting Packet
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Discussion of agency begins at 48:10 in the archived video

  • CANCELED - Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:00 p.m. or 30 minutes after the House adjourns, whichever is later (Blatt 110) Public Input Meeting
  • Full Legislative Oversight Committee
  • Public Input Meeting
  • Meeting Packet

  • RESCHEDULED - Thursday, April 8, 2021 1:00 p.m. or 30 minutes after the House adjourns, whichever is later (Blatt 110) Public Input Meeting
  • Full Legislative Oversight Committee

  • Tuesday, September 20, 2022, 10:30am (Blatt 317)
  • Economic Development, Transportation, and Natural Resources Subcommittee
  • Meeting Packet
  • Agency Presentation
  • Agency Handouts
  • Meeting Minutes (will be linked when approved by the subcommittee)
  • Discussion of agency begins at ____ in the archived video(will be updated after the meeting)

  • Monday, September 26, 2022, 10:30am (Blatt 317)
  • Economic Development, Transportation, and Natural Resources Subcommittee
  • Meeting Packet (will be added before the meeting)
  • Meeting Minutes (will be linked when approved by the subcommittee)
  • Discussion of agency begins at ____ in the archived video(will be updated after the meeting)


    + Public Input


    Responses to online surveys posted on this Committee's webpage are provided verbatim as they were received by the Committee. They are not the comments or expression of the House Legislative Oversight Committee, any of its Subcommittees, or the House of Representatives.

  • Public Survey
  • Public Input Meeting - Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:00 p.m. or 30 minutes after the House adjourns, whichever is later (Blatt 110)



  • + Correspondence


  • Committee letter to JEDA (January 15, 2020)
  • The Committee provides information to the agency about the study process.


    + Agency Background and Services




    + Additional Agency Details


    Structure and Services of Agency
  • State Human Resources Dashboard will be added when received
  • The document above is provided by the Division of State Human Resources based on information the agency inputs into the South Carolina Enterprise Information System (SCEIS). The aggregated data about agency employees includes, but is not limited to, (1) Number of authorized, filled and vacant positions; (2) Education level; (3) Race by Generation; (4) Gender by Generation; (5) Number of full time equivalent employees by funding source; (6) Number of Service and TERI employees at the agency; (7) Number of employees eligible to retire in five years; (8) Number of Trial and Probationary employees by generation; (9) Average salary by payband; (10) Number of certified public manager graduates at the agency; etc.


    + Other Information



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