§ 46-31-4 Purpose and duties of the coordination team. (a) The purpose and duties of the coordination team shall include:
(1) Preparing and adopting by rule a systems-level plan as provided for pursuant to the provisions of § 46-31-5;
(2) Coordinating the projects, programs, and activities carried out by the members of the team and its committees that pertain to the implementation of such plan pursuant to the provisions of § 46-31-6; and
(3) Coordinating with other state agencies, local governments, federal agencies, other states, and non-government entities, as necessary, to accomplish the purpose of preparing and implementing a systems-level plan.
(b) The coordination team shall be responsible for recommending to the governor and the general assembly actions necessary to effectuate the coordination of projects, programs, and activities described in this chapter.
(c) The coordination team shall provide information to the general assembly on such projects, programs, and activities to assist the general assembly in the general assembly's exercise of oversight, in order to maximize the efficient use of state and available resources.
(d) The coordination team shall meet on a quarterly basis or more often if deemed necessary by its members. In order to constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business, at least two-thirds of the membership of the team must be present.
(e) Within the first six (6) months after the passage of this act, the coordination team shall meet monthly at the call of the governor, and shall be chaired by the governor or a designee of the governor until such time when the chair of the team is appointed and qualified.
(f) The team shall convene a joint meeting with the
scientific advisory committee and the public advisory committee established
pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, at least once per year.
(P.L. 2004, ch. 203, § 1; P.L. 2004, ch. 208, § 1.)