2016 Tennessee Code
Title 9 - Public Finances
Chapter 4 - State Funds, State Budget and Appropriations
Part 56 - Tennessee Governmental Accountability Act of 2013
§ 9-4-5602. Implementation of system of strategic planning, performance measures, and performance review.
The general assembly finds and declares that accountability in program performance is vital to effective and efficient delivery of governmental services, and to maintain public confidence and trust in government. To maximize accountability, a system of strategic planning, program performance measures, and performance audits should be implemented to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of governmental services. It is of paramount public importance that this system encourages full and candid participation by all agencies of state government. This system will generate information necessary to inform the public fully and for the general assembly to make meaningful decisions about the allocation of scarce resources in meeting vital needs.
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