« Senate pushes major Bright Futures changes to save money | Main | Jenne fights to keep his pension »

DMS 'kill bill' included in Senate budget

The bill to blow up the Department of Management Services and distribute its functions across state government is scheduled for a vote in a Senate committee this week. The bill would also blow up Sen. Carey Baker's general government budget -- but he's ready. He's got the various changes in his proposed budget in case the bill finally becomes law.

Baker said the change would save $3.1 million. It would also create a brand new state agency: the Department of Personnel Management.


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


More waste by people who have no clue.

Raymond Longaray

Any time you create a new agency you increase expenses.


The steering commitee needs to look in to privatizing the LASPBS/OPB functions Systems Design and Development(SDD), TRW, etc....and all the support group of people, that is wasting even more money than DMS.
Start from your own house first.

The comments to this entry are closed.