2016 Tennessee Code
Title 9 - Public Finances
Chapter 4 - State Funds, State Budget and Appropriations
Part 56 - Tennessee Governmental Accountability Act of 2013
§ 9-4-5610. Performance review.
(a) Each state agency shall be subject to a performance review of its activities by the comptroller of the treasury.
(b) The performance review shall include such matters as the comptroller of the treasury deems appropriate related to the manner in which the entity is delivering its services and achieving its objectives, including but not limited to:
(1) The efficient use of all state and federal resources and user fees;
(2) Additional non-state revenue or cost savings that the entity could achieve; and
(3) The extent to which the entity has achieved the objectives of its strategic plan.
(c) Each entity subject to a performance review shall cooperate fully with the comptroller of the treasury and shall timely provide all relevant documents and requested information. If any entity refuses to provide any requested documents or information, the comptroller shall include such refusal in its report, as well as the reasons given by the entity for not furnishing the documents or information.
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