Kansas Statutes Chapter 75. State Departments; Public Officers and Employees § 75-3719. Incoming governor to receive assistance, information, staff and facilities relating to budget; attendance at budget hearings; compensation and expenses of incoming governor
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In case the incoming governor is a person other than the governor currently in office, the director of the budget shall report the budget estimates to such incoming governor immediately after the identity of the incoming governor is known, and the secretary of administration shall make available to him or her all information, staff, and facilities in the department of administration relating to the budget. Such incoming governor, or his or her representative, shall be entitled to attend all hearings on tentative budgets. Such incoming governor shall be compensated at the rate of one hundred dollars ($100) per day for each day spent in the city of Topeka in preparing for the assumption of official duties as governor plus actual traveling and necessary expenses incurred in connection therewith. All officers and employees of the department of administration shall render such incoming governor or his or her representative every practicable assistance in his or her consideration and revision of the tentative budget in process.
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