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Executive Orders of Governor Robert D. Ray


Executive Order Number One
Establish the Iowa Governor's Economy Committee (August 20, 1969)
Executive Order Number Two
Instruct the State Car Dispatcher to require all state-owned vehicles to use low-lead or unleaded gasoline whenever possible (November 12, 1970)
Executive Order Number Three
Governor's Program and Council for rural Community Development {February 5, 1971)
Executive Order Number Four
Establish the Drug Abuse Authority (February 26, 1971)
Executive Order Number Five
Relating to the disposal of radioactive wastes (March 27, 1971)
Executive Order Number Six
Authorize and direct the transfer of powers, duties, etc, as given to the Printing Board of General Services Dept. (January 17, 1972)
Executive Order Number SixA
Establish Traffic Records and Criminal Justice Information System (TRACIS). (September 3, 1971)
Executive Order Number Seven
Direct all grant applications relating to drug abuse education submitted to any state or federal agencies be submitted to the Iowa State Drug Abuse Authority and the Office of Planning and Programming for review and comment. (March 28, 1972)
Executive Order Number Eight
Regarding settlement of the Peter Tjernagel farm. (April 21, 1972)
Executive Order Number Nine
Rescind Executive Order # 8. (April 25, 1972)
Executive Order Number Ten
Authorize and direct the transfer of duties as given to the Administration of State Communications and the State Communications Advisory Council to the General Services Department. (June 16, 1972)
Executive Order Number Eleven
Authorize and direct the transfer of powers providing for the purchase of all state-owned vehicles to the General Services Department. (September 25, 1972)
Executive Order Number Twelve
Authorize and direct the transfer of powers providing for the maintenance of the State Capitol grounds, equipment, etc., as given to the Department of Buildings & Grounds to the General Services Department. (September 25, 1972)
Executive Order Number Thirteen
Authorize and direct the transfer from the Executive Council to the Department of General Services the powers, duties, etc. that are contained in Chapter 84 of the Laws of the 64th General Assembly. {October 30, 1972)
Executive Order Number Fourteen
Authorize and direct the transfer of all powers, etc., contained in Chapter 8A, 1971 Code, specifically including those given to the State Educational Radio and Facility Board to the Department of General Services. (December 28, 1972)
Executive Order Number Fifteen
Code of Fair Practices. (April 2, 1973)
Executive Order Number Sixteen
Amendment to Executive Order # 14 (November 1, 1973)
Executive Order Number Seventeen
Relating to the conservation of energy. (November 12, 1973)
Executive Order Number Eighteen
Transfer the administration of TRACIS to the Department of Public Safety (December 29, 1973)
Executive Order Number Nineteen
Amend Executive Order # E 7 February 28, 1974)
Executive Order Number Twenty
Creates with the Executive Offices of the State the Governor's Economic Advisory Council. (December 16, 1975)
Executive Order Number Twenty-One
Creating and establishing the voluntary Iowa Council for children which will be responsible to the Governor. (April 21, 1976)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Two
Rescinds Executive Order # 6 issued September 3, 1971 and Executive Order # 18 issued December 28, 1973. (December 3 1, 1976)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Three
Creates the Governor’s Science Advisory Council. (April 22, 1977)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Four
To delay merger of the Division on Alcoholism and the Iowa Drug Abuse Authority. (June 30, 1977)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Five
Flex time. (July 13, 1977)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Six
Terrace Hi11 Authority. (July 16, 1977)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Seven
Establishes the Iowa Task Force on Government Ethics. September 14, 1977)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Eight
Establishes the Iowa Paperwork Task Force. (November 5, 1977)
Executive Order Number Twenty-Nine
State's option on federal flood insurance. (December 7, 1977)
Executive Order Number Thirty
Delays implementation of funding procedures for drug abuse and alcoholism programs. (December20, 1977)
Executive Order Number Thirty-One
Renew mandate of voluntary Iowa Council for Children (created by E.O. # 21). (June 2, 1978)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Two
Establish a system to provide credit for the compensation of employees who have accrued sick leave. (July 31, 1978)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Three
Establish the Iowa Office for Volunteerism. (November 2, 1978)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Four
Establish the Iowa Commission on the International Year of the Child. (November 3, 1978)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Five
Authorize and empower the Governor's Economy Committee to make necessary studies and analyses. (June 7, 1979)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Six
Establish formal procedures and criteria for the reporting of gifts made to officials and employees of the Executive Department of the State and to their immediate family members. (July 2, 1980)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Seven
Create the Governor's Life Cycle Purchasing Advisory Committee. (July 2, 1980)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Eight
Order 3.5% reduction in appropriations for second quarter of fiscal 1981. (August 12,1980)
Executive Order Number Thirty-Nine
Iowa Council for Children, Youth & Families to provide consultation, information, coordination & structure services. (August 27, 1980)
Executive Order Number Forty
Order 1 % reduction in appropriations for second half of fiscal 1981. (December 15, 1981)
Executive Order Number Forty-One
Establish the Statistical Analysis Center in the Office of Planning and Programming. (July 21, 1981)
Executive Order Number Forty-Two
Establish Forms Control Committee. (March 24, 1982)
Executive Order Number Forty-Three
Re-establish Iowa Council for Children, Youth & Families. (July 27, 1982)
Executive Order Number Forty-Four
Require State Agencies to consider leasing of vacant school buildings. (July 29, 1982)
Executive Order Number Forty-Five
Establish Interagency Resource Council. (August 6, 1982)
Executive Order Number Forty-Six
Proclaim initiatives to be taken to further affirmative action and equal employment opportunity in state government programs. (December 21, 1982)
Executive Order Number Forty-Seven
Designate the Office of Planning and Programming as the Governor's administrative agent for the Job Training Partnership Act and create the State Job Training Coordinating Council. (December 29, 1982)
Executive Order Number Forty-Eight
Provide for the orderly use and development of land and related natural resources. (January 3, 1983)
Executive Order Number Forty-Nine
Create the Iowa Economic Forecasting Council. (January 7, 1983)
Executive Order Number Fifty
Proclaim that state agencies shall have certain responsibilities in order to insure orderly procurement of professional services. (January 12, 1983)
Executive Order Number Fifty-One
Establish the Iowa High Technology Commission. (January 13, 1983)


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