State Spending and the Search for Hidden Efficiencies

Shifting school district employees to the state health insurance and benefit plan and consolidating school purchasing would save an estimated $600 million over five years. Changing the way the state bids and administers insurance policies and creating a central office of risk management is projected to save another $170 million over that time. On the income side, the estimated five-year yield from filling vacant revenue officer and auditor positions is $381 million.

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