Acting Governor Kim Guadagno today signed an executive order to establish an ongoing bi-partisan Red Tape Review Commission, continuing the Administration’s efforts to streamline State government in New Jersey and spur economic activity. The nine-member Commission, chaired by the Lieutenant Governor, will review administrative rules and regulations and solicit public input on regulatory barriers in order to analyze the impact on job creation, economic growth, and investment throughout the State.
The Commission will make recommendations to the Governor for improving our regulatory climate by providing periodic reports, and serve as an ongoing advisory resource to the Governor. The Commission replaces the Red Tape Review Group.
Membership of the Commission will include four members from the New Jersey State Legislature, four public members with experience and expertise in the regulatory process, and the Lieutenant Governor. Existing Department of State staff will serve as professional staff to the Commission and members will serve without compensation.