Eye On Boise

MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2014, 5:13 P.M.

OPE to investigate costs for outside legal services, worker pay issues, more…

Idaho’s Office of Performance Evaluations will conduct an investigation into the workload of the Idaho Attorney General’s office and the cost of contracting out for legal services for the state rather than doing them in-house, the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee decided this afternoon. Also picked by JLOC for topics for upcoming investigations were the instructional improvement program used by the state’s schools and surrounding issues; and advantages and costs of using salary savings for compensation and benefits for state workers.

If there’s time, JLOC asked the office to also investigate the use and satisfaction of the Idaho Education Network and its services to schools.




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