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Commerce and Labor Committee

Interim Committee Studies and Assignments

(21 members)

1019 § 16  Study the economic development efforts in the state, including the provision of economic development services statewide and the related effectiveness, the potential for the privatization of the Department of Economic Development and Finance, and the appropriate location of the North Dakota Development Fund, including the potential transfer of the fund to the Bank of North Dakota

1135 § 5  Make recommendations concerning the report of Job Service North Dakota regarding incentives to encourage an employee to decrease the length of time that employee receives unemployment compensation benefits and to encourage a negative employer to become a positive employer

3027  Study heritage tourism and the relationships among the State Historical Society, Parks and Recreation Department, Tourism Department, Department of Economic Development and Finance, and private sector promoters and developers of heritage tourism in the state

Receive annual reports from the Office of Intergovernmental Assistance on renaissance zone progress (NDCC Section 40-63-03)

Receive annual reports from the Department of Economic Development and Finance on performance of all divisions of the department; on the amount of success and satisfaction the department has in meeting business client, economic developer, and community client needs and expectations; and on a comparison of dollars spent to the economic benefits created of all programs administered or supervised by the director (NDCC § 54-34.3-04)

Receive report from Workers Compensation Bureau regarding its safety audit of Roughrider Industries work programs and its performance audit of the modified workers’ compensation coverage program (NDCC § 65-06.2-09, effective until July 1, 2003)

Receive report before the 2001 legislative session from the Workers Compensation Bureau on the results of its study of the awards provided to injured employees with permanent impairments caused by compensable work injuries (1999 S.L., ch. 551, § 3)

Receive report before the 2001 legislative session from the Workers Compensation Bureau regarding the recommendations from its study of the benefits available to persons receiving long-term disability or death benefits from the bureau (1999 S.L., ch. 556, § 5)