The Committee welcomes your input.

The House Legislative Oversight Committee seeks your input on the following South Carolina state agencies currently under study:

Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services,
Department of Education,
Housing Finance and Development Authority,
Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services,
Rural Infrastructure Authority, and 
Office of the Secretary of State.

The purpose of a legislative oversight study is to determine if agency laws and programs are being implemented and carried out in accordance with the intent of the General Assembly and whether or not they should be continued, curtailed, or eliminated. The Committee also recognizes that a legislative oversight study of an agency serves the purpose of informing the public about the agency.

This survey will accept responses until April 1, 2019.  Responses to this survey are not considered testimony. Verbatim responses will be placed on the Committee's web page, and may be quoted in a Committee report. The Committee does not seek identifying personal information from those participating in the survey. The Committee only asks for some general characteristics.  Your input and observations are very important to the Committee because they may help direct its Members to potential areas for improvement.
About the Committee
The House Legislative Oversight Committee was established in December 2014. The specific task of this committee is to conduct legislative oversight studies on agencies at least once every seven years. Any legislator may file legislation to implement any recommendations from this Committee.  Please visit the Committee's web page for more information about the Committee, ongoing and previous studies, and additional ways to provide input.
Thank you for taking your valuable time to respond to this survey.