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Governor’s Regulatory Streamlining and Simplification Project — Input Request

Governor Kitzhaber, along with State Attorney General John Kroger and Chief Operating Officer Michael Jordan, launched the Governor’s Regulatory Streamlining and Simplification Project in 2011 to create a plan for simplifying the state’s regulatory and permitting system. As part of the project an advisory committee was formed to help identify opportunities for promoting a more positive business climate and for stimulating job growth in the state. The advisory committee developed the Regulatory Streamlining Survey, a questionnaire aimed at pinpointing specific opportunities for improvement. Any regulated entity (public or private) is invited to share specific examples through completing the survey. The questionnaire will be available until April 1st. AGC members are encouraged to take a few minutes to complete the survey, ensuring the input of the construction industry is included.

For more information on the Governor’s Regulatory Streamlining and Simplification Project click here.

To take the survey, please click here.

If you have any questions about the survey or how the information you provide will be used, please contact

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