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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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Executive Order 14

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER FOURTEEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON CONNECTED AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES WHEREAS, connected and autonomous vehicles are becoming more prevalent and have the potential to radically transform how the world works, plays and lives; and WHEREAS, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure technologies are being developed […]

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Executive Order 13

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER THIRTEEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENT AND AGENCIES RE: CREATING A WORKING GROUP TO CONSIDER THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD OFFSHORE WIND TO SERVE DELAWARE WHEREAS, offshore wind power is a renewable and clean source of energy that can contribute to Delaware’s efforts to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions; and WHEREAS, […]

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Executive Order 12

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TWELVE TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: REAUTHORIZING THE DELAWARE HOMELAND SECURITY ADVISORY COUNCIL WITH AN “ALL HAZARDS, ALL PERSONS” APPROACH WHEREAS, on September 11, 2001, the United States was attacked by a foreign enemy intent on weakening our nation’s infrastructure, institutions, and resolve through the application of terrorism; […]

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Executive Order 11

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER ELEVEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: REESTABLISHMENT OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY GROUP WHEREAS, our children are Delaware’s greatest asset, and we must be sensitive not only to their essential medical, educational and family needs, but we must also address those needs so as to minimize our children’s […]

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Executive Order 10

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TEN TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER TWO AND NAMING CHARLES M. OBERLY III AND RETIRED JUDGE WILLIAM L. CHAPMAN, JR. TO LEAD AN INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF SECURITY ISSUES AT DELAWARE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY WHEREAS, on February 1, 2017, an event occurred at the James T. Vaughn […]

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Executive Order 9

EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER NINE TO: HEADS OF ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES RE: AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER FIVE REESTABLISHING THE FAMILY SERVICES CABINET COUNCIL WHEREAS, Strong Delaware families are the bedrock of our communities up and down the State; and WHEREAS, an ever increasing number of Delaware children continue to grow up in poverty, in […]

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