Transformation in Arkansas State Government

Amy Fetcher Chief Transformation OfficerSince taking office in 2015, Governor Asa Hutchinson has continued to identify a number of efficiencies and cost-saving measures to streamline state operations and put money back into the pocket of hard-working Arkansans.

In December of 2016, Governor Hutchinson appointed Amy Fecher as Chief Transformation Officer within the Governor’s Office to drive the implementation of these initiatives. In February of 2017, the Governor created the Transformation Advisory Board and asked 15 people in public service and private industry to serve on the board voluntarily to assist the chief transformation officer in evaluating proposals and making recommendations to the Governor on savings opportunities.

View a timeline of the Governor’s transformation efforts.

On October 3, 2018, Governor Hutchinson announced his Transformation plan to reorganize the amount of cabinet level agencies from 42 to 15. 

To see the details of his plan, see the following links:

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Governor Announces Transformation Plan To Cut Cabinet-Level Agencies from 42 to 15

First comprehensive reorganization effort in 50 years

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Governor Announces Transformation Plan To Reduce Cabinet-Level Agencies By 50 percent

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Gov. Hutchinson Praises Agencies’ Efficiencies Efforts as Highlighted by The Arkansas Project

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