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Executive Order 28

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: STATE EMPLOYEE OBLIGATIONS DURING SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS AND EMERGENCIES WHEREAS, the Governor may declare a State of Emergency (“SOE”) upon a finding that an emergency or disaster has occurred or that such occurrence or threat of that occurrence is imminent;and WHEREAS, the […]

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Executive Order 27

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: CREATING THE STATE OF DELAWARE CORRECTIONAL REENTRY COMMISSION WHEREAS, approximately 23,000 incarcerated adults are released from the State of Delaware (“State”) Department of Correction (“DOC”) facilities annually; and WHEREAS, approximately 76% of persons released from DOC facilities are rearrested within three years, […]

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Executive Order 26

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TWENTY-SIX TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: REAUTHORIZING THE DELAWARE ECONOMIC & FINANCIAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (DEFAC) WHEREAS, a bipartisan commitment to balanced budgets and sound financial planning has fostered Delaware’s reputation for fiscal prudence and budgetary restraint, which are further bolstered by the State’s constitutional limitations on state government […]

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Executive Order 25

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: ESTABLISHING DELAWARE HEALTH CARE SPENDING AND QUALITY BENCHMARKS WHEREAS, Delaware’s per capita health care spending consistently ranks in the top ten highest spending states and has historically outpaced economic growth in Delaware; and WHEREAS, enhanced transparency and shared accountability for spending and […]

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Executive Order 20

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TWENTY TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: CREATING THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ENGLISH LEARNERS TO PROMOTE IMPROVED SERVICES TO ENGLISH LEARNER STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES WHEREAS, since 1998, the number of English learner students in Delaware has increased by 433.3%; and WHEREAS, Delaware now has over 11,000 English learner […]

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Executive Order 19

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER NINETEEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: CREATING AN ADVISORY GROUP TO THE SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES AROUND HEALTH CARE SPENDING AND QUALITY METRICS, AND VARIATIONS IN HEALTH CARE DELVIERY AND COSTS AMONG DELAWARE PROVIDERS WHEREAS, Delaware is committed to improving the health of Delawareans and improving […]

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Executive Order 18

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER EIGHTEEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: DELAWARE OPEN DATA COUNCIL TO PROMOTE A MORE OPEN, ACCOUNTABLE AND EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT WHEREAS, timely and consistent publication of public information and data is an essential component of an open, accountable and effective government; and WHEREAS, the State of Delaware possesses information […]

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Executive Order 17

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER SEVENTEEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: (1) ALLOCATION OF STATE PRIVATE ACTIVITY BOND VOLUME CAP FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018 AND (2) REALLOCATION OF STATE PRIVATE ACTIVITY BOND VOLUME CAP FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2017 WHEREAS, the Internal Revenue Service issued Revenue Procedure 2017-58, which provides the State of Delaware […]

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Executive Order 16

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER SIXTEEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE:   AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER SEVEN PRESERVING DELAWARE’S INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY AND CONTINUING THE JUDICIAL NOMINATING COMMISSION WHEREAS, under Article IV of the Delaware Constitution and Title 10 of the Delaware Code, the Governor appoints, by and with the consent of the State Senate, the […]

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Executive Order 15

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER FIFTEEEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: PROMULGATION OF THE DELAWARE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN WHEREAS, the State of Delaware is vulnerable to a wide range of emergencies, including natural and technological disasters and disasters caused by weapons of mass destruction, all of which threaten the life, health, and safety […]

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