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Senate Committee on Cost of Government - 57th R.S. (1961)

Committee Members
Louis M. Crump, Chair
Culp Krueger
William N. 'Bill' Patman
David Ratliff
Andrew Jacob Rogers
Charges
• That said Committee shall be charged with the responsibility of determining any and all ways and means of eliminating waste and extravagances in Texas State Government operations; developing management procedures and patterns in the various State departments, agencies and institutions whereby State services authorized by law may be the most economically and efficiently rendered to the people of this state; and reporting on these and other matters contributing to the general objective of this resolution to the Senate at such times and in such manner as it may deem desirable.

Note:
Appointed by Lieutenant Governor pursuant to SR 123, 57th Regular (Senate Journal, 57th 2nd C.S., p. 50).

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