Legislative Oversight Committee Documents

The Legislative Oversight Committee's mission is to determine if agency laws and programs are being implemented and carried out in accordance with the intent of the General Assembly and whether they should be continued, curtailed or eliminated. Inform the public about state agencies.

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    South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority : JEDA
    (2023-11-21) South Carolina General Assembly. House of Representatives. Legislative Oversight Committee
    During the study of JEDA, the Economic Development, Transportation, and Natural Resources Subcommitee adopted fourteen findings pertaining to purpose, function, programs, milestones, bond issuance, public funds, budget, transparency, legal status, board composi\ti􀆟on, duality of roles, nonprofit corporations, and venture capital investments. The findings are listed.
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    Study of the Department of Mental Health
    (2020-03-06) South Carolina General Assembly. House of Representatives. Legislative Oversight Committee.
    The purpose of this paper is to determine if agency laws and programs are being implemented and carried out in accordance with the intent of the General Assembly and should be continued, curtailed, or eliminated.
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    Study of the State Housing Finance and Development Authority : executive summary
    (2020-10-20) South Carolina General Assembly. House of Representatives. Legislative Oversight Committee.
    The purpose of this paper is to determine if agency laws and programs are being implemented and carried out in accordance with the intent of the General Assembly and should be continued, curtailed, or eliminated.
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    South Carolina agency education and workforce development pipeline maps
    (2022-03-31) South Carolina General Assembly. House of Representatives. Legislative Oversight Committee
    These maps show locations of local school districts, institutions of higher education, First Steps 4K providers, 2022 technical school main and branch campuses, state population ages 18-64, local workforce development board areas, Department of Veteran’s Affairs regional modules for services, Commission for the Blind office locations, vocational rehabilitation locations, regional non‐profit economic development alliances, interstates and ports as of 2021, broadband availability as of 2021, county tiers, counties eligible for state rural development grants and counties eligible for Appalachian Regional Commission grants.
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    Study of the Rural Infrastructure Authority : executive summary
    (2020-01-07) South Carolina General Assembly. House of Representatives. Legislative Oversight Committee.
    The purpose of this paper is to determine if agency laws and programs are being implemented and carried out in accordance with the intent of the General Assembly and should be continued, curtailed, or eliminated.