State Agency Coordinating Committee (SACC)
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The purpose of the State Agency Coordinating Committee (SACC) is to examine administrative and management practices, review problems or issues that have an impact across agency lines, and encourage and foster management practices that are beneficial and cost effective for all state agencies.
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SACC Bylaws - DOCX (26 KB)
The deputy director of each member agency, or a person of similar rank appointed by the chief executive officer, represents the agency on the State Agency Coordinating Committee.
There are nine (9) SACC subcommittees:
Human Resources (HR) Subcommittee
State Agency Internal Audit Forum (SAIAF)
Information Technology (IT) Subcommittee
Legal Affairs Subcommittee
Public Information Subcommittee
Training and Development (T&D) Subcommittee
Quality, Process Improvement and Innovation