2016 Tennessee Code
Title 9 - Public Finances
Chapter 4 - State Funds, State Budget and Appropriations
Part 56 - Tennessee Governmental Accountability Act of 2013
§ 9-4-5605. Legislative intent.
(a) It is the legislative intent that the requirements of this part constitute a new approach to measuring the strategic functions and operations of each department in order for the state government to operate more efficiently and effectively.
(b) The comptroller of the treasury shall have authority to employ outside consultants and entities with expertise in governmental finance and performance review for the purpose of conducting performance reviews or otherwise fulfilling the comptroller's duties under this part. The performance reviews required under this part may be conducted by a private entity selected by the comptroller, subject to the competitive bidding requirements of title 12, chapter 4.
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