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Iowa Code Title I. State Sovereignty and Management [Chs. 1-38D] § 8.52. Planning responsibility

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The department of management shall:

1. Provide coordination of state planning, performance measurement, and management of interagency programs of the state, and recommend policies to the governor and the general assembly.

2. Maintain and make available demographic and other information useful for state and local planning.

3. Prepare and submit economic reports appraising the economic condition, growth, and development of the state.

4. Analyze the quality and quantity of services required for the orderly growth of the state, taking into consideration the relationship of activities, capabilities, and future plans of private enterprise, the local, state, and federal governments, and regional units established under state or federal legislation, and shall make recommendations to the governor and the general assembly for the establishment and improvement of such services.

5. Inquire into methods of planning, performance measurement, and program development and the conduct of affairs of state government; prescribe adequate systems of records for planning, performance measurement, and programming; establish standards for effective planning, performance measurement, and programming in consultation with affected state agencies; and exercise all other powers necessary in discharging the powers and duties of this chapter.

6. Administer the accountable government Act as provided in chapter 8E.

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