Please describe how the Governor’s Energy Office is coordinating with the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Forestry on discussions concerning biomasstechnologies. Is there a coordinating board?19.
Should the Office of Information Technology (OIT) reside in its own department ratherthan as a division within the Governor's Office?20.
Does OIT receive procurement policy exemptions as a division within the Governor'sOffice? Does OIT use the exemptions? If so, how are the exemptions used?21.
Does OIT consider the payroll, income, and corporate tax benefits of contracting with in-state vendors compared to out-of-state vendors?22.
Is OIT considering migrating existing desktop-based applications to web-basedapplications? Is there a cost benefit in doing so?23.
How many departments currently use e-FORT? Is there a strategy for transitioning theoversight of e-FORT from the Secretary of State to the Department?
THER QUESTIONS FOR WHICH SOLELY WRITTEN RESPONSES ARE REQUESTED
Organizational charts for your department, showing divisions and subdivisions (withgeographic locations).25.
Definitions of the roles and missions of your department, its divisions and subdivisions.26.
The number of current personnel and the number of assigned FTE by division andsubdivision (with geographic locations), including all government employees and on-sitecontractors.27.
A specific list of names, salaries, and positions by division and subdivision of any salariedofficer or employee making over $95,000 per year in FY 2009-10.28.
A specific list of names, bonuses, and positions by division and subdivision of anysalaried officer or employee making over $95,000 per year who received any bonuses inFY 2008-09.29.
Numbers and locations of any buildings owned or rented by any division or subdivision(by location) and the annual energy costs of all buildings.30.
Any real property or land owned, managed, or rented by any division or subdivision (bygeographic location).