Second year GO-TIME savings hit $217 million

Second year GO-TIME savings hit $217 million

Gov. Tom Wolf held a press conference Wednesday morning where he announced the savings from the second year of his efforts to save money and reduce costs through the Governors Office of Transportation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency which is more commonly known as GO-TIME. 

Last year GO-TIME saved $156 million and this year it improved, further saving $217 million.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017/Author: Kara Barmoy
Categories: Video
House Republicans set out to the high SEAS for budget savings

House Republicans set out to the high SEAS for budget savings

As the three-week stretch of budget hearings is starting to wind down, House Republicans on Wednesday unveiled an initiative that will allow them to hear from state employees instead of the agency heads that have been appearing before the appropriations committees since the end of February.

 

Dubbed “SEAS” for State Employees Achieving Savings, a cadre of House Republicans led by Rep. Marguerite Quinn (R-Bucks) announced the creation of a web portal that will allow state employees to directly contact the House Appropriations Committee with cost-savings ideas they have developed while operating on the front lines of state government.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: News and Views
Voter registration increases by over 250,000 in last year

Voter registration increases by over 250,000 in last year

The Governor’s Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency (GO-TIME) announced that, with the new online voter registration software, more than 250,000 Pennsylvanians have registered to vote in the past year.

The online voter registration (OVR) software was another part of the governor’s plan to improve online customer service in the commonwealth.

Thursday, August 4, 2016/Author: Kyle Maguire
Categories: News and Views
Tags: GO-TIME
Legislators identify $3 billion in potential savings and nontax revenue sources

Legislators identify $3 billion in potential savings and nontax revenue sources

Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York) and Rep. Seth Grove (R-York) led the bicameral legislative Taxpayers’ Caucus Tuesday in a news conference unveiling more than $3 billion in potential savings and nontax revenue sources they say should be used before lawmakers turn to taxpayers to fill any existing budget holes.

“This is a new day and I don’t think Harrisburg has seen this before,” said Sen. Wagner about the things identified in the report, which also include recommendations about how to more effectively budget and implement economic growth strategies.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: News and Views
Rotunda Ramblings - March 4, 2016

Rotunda Ramblings - March 4, 2016

This week Rotunda Ramblings from The PLS Reporter is talking government efficiency and cost-savings endeavors. We sit down with Rep. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland) to talk about PennSAVE, which was recently launched by the House Republican Caucus; Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York) gives us the details on his SavePA effort; and Secretary of the Office of Administration Sharon Minnich provides and update on GO-TIME.

Listen to the latest podcast episode HERE.

Friday, March 4, 2016/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: Features
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