Arizona State and Local Government Documents Collection

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1. Executive summary -- 2. Current situation -- 2.1. Who are we? -- A. Brief historical perspective -- B. Stakeholder outreach -- C. Who participated in the online survey? -- D. Who participated in the regional stakeholder workshops? -- 2.2. Where are we now? -- A. Senate Bill 1318 -- B. Strategic issues and business drivers for GIS -- C. Status of the 7 "framework layers" for the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI), plus other base themes of significance to Arizona -- D. Status for the National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) nine criteria for successful GIS programs -- 2.3. ...

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Arizona Geographic Information, Applied Geographics, Inc, Michael Baker International
Created Date
2010-02-25

Executive summary -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Background: the development of GIS in Arizona -- A. Historical context -- B. Current status of GIS in Arizona -- C. Legal authority for AGIC, Alris, and the State Cartographer -- 3. Role of the Arizona Geographic Information Council -- A. AGIC's mission statement -- B. Organizational structure -- C. A vision of the future for AGIC and Arizona -- 4. Strategic issues and situation assessments -- A. Data resources -- B. Technology -- C. Administrative and legal issues -- D. Information exchange -- E. Education -- 5. Proposed objectives and strategies -- ...

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Arizona Geographic Information Council
Created Date
1992-10-01

Strategic Issue #1: Improve employee efficiencies with technology -- Strategic Issue #2: Dissemination of information

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Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners
Created Date
2016

Strategic Issue #1: Improve employee efficiencies with technology -- Strategic Issue #2: Dissemination of information The State Board of Dental Examiners examines, licenses, certifies professionals to practice in the field of dentistry, registers business entities providing dental services and permits mobile dental facilities. The Board also accepts complaints against licensees, certificate holders, business entities and mobile dental facilities, investigates allegations, and administratively adjudicates complaints.

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Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners
Created Date
2015

Strategic Issue #1: Improve employee efficiencies with technology -- Strategic Issue #2: Dissemination of information

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Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners
Created Date
2014

The AZDOHS provides strategic direction for enhancing regional capability and capacity to prevent terrorist attacks, enhance border security, reduce Arizona's vulnerability to all threats and critical hazards, mitigate and minimize the impact of threats and hazards, and further develop the ability to recover from all critical hazards that affect the safety, well-being and economic security of the citizens of Arizona

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Arizona. Department of Homeland Security
Created Date
2016-09-01

There will be an ongoing requirement that Arizona will assure border security operations are enhanced; and that the capabilities to address threats of terrorism, illegal border crossings, human and drug trafficking along the Arizona/Mexico border, and information-sharing among law enforcement entities (local, state, Tribal, federal) to prevent adversarial attacks are sustained

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Arizona. Department of Homeland Security
Created Date
2012-09

Mission statement -- Agency description -- Strategic issues and strategies -- Issue #1 Modernize the agency's information technology system for efficiency, accuracy, and while providing the confidentiality required in the financial industry -- Issue #2 Meeting the requirements to conduct statutory examinations of banks, credit unions, and non-depository licensees -- Issue #3 Retaining, attracting, and educating key agency personnel -- Issue #4 Integrate Board of Appraisal functions into DFI operations -- Resource assumptions

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Charlton, Robert D., Arizona. Department of Financial Institutions
Created Date
2015

Mission statement -- Agency description -- Strategic issues and strategies -- Issue #1 Modernize the agency's information technology system -- Issue #2 Meeting the requirements to conduct statutory examinations -- Issue #3 Retaining, attracting, and educating key agency personnel -- Resources and assumptions The Department of Financial Institutions ('DFI') licenses, supervises, and regulates state chartered financial institutions and enterprises to ensure the safety and soundness of these financial entities, and verify compliance with state and federal laws. DFI also serves Arizona citizens by investigating complaints that are filed by consumers against licensed individuals and entities and applies appropriate remedial action ...

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Kingry, Lauren W., Arizona. Department of Financial Institutions
Created Date
2014

Executive summary -- Overview of agency -- Mission and vision -- Values -- Goals -- Strategic issues. Arizona Department of Administration's Strategic Plan for fiscal years 2016-2020, intended to realize efficiencies and improve service delivery to Arizona State government agencies and Arizona State employees.

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Arizona. Department of Administration
Created Date
2015

The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.

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