Key Admin Initiatives
South Carolina Department of Administration Comprehensive Real Property Evaluation, Strategic Planning and Implementation Report
Governor Nikki Haley announced the release of the South Carolina Department of Administration Comprehensive Real Property Evaluation, Strategic Planning and Implementation report December 9, 2015.
In a 2013 executive order, Governor Haley asked for an accurate accounting of South Carolina’s real estate portfolio. It took a significant amount of time and collaboration to develop the portfolio.
Along with an accurate accounting of the State’s real estate portfolio, this effort also evaluated which property assets could be sold or repurposed and identified processes to increase workplace efficiency through the adoption of best practices in real property management.
South Carolina Statewide Strategic Information Technology Plan
As defined in the South Carolina Restructuring Act of 2014 (Act no. 121, 2014), the South Carolina Department of Administration’s Division of Technology is responsible for the development of a statewide strategic information technology plan. The Division of Technology will partner with state agencies and industry to help shape the State’s future strategic direction for information technology.
Click here to learn more about the South Carolina Statewide Strategic Information Technology Plan.
State Employee Code of Conduct
Executive Order 2014-23 issued by Governor Haley, requires the Department of Administration, through the recommendations of the State Employee Code of Conduct Task Force, to develop a Code of Conduct for state employees. The Task Force’s final recommendations can be found here: Code of Conduct Task Force Report
For more information on the Code of Conduct training, you may visit: https://admin.sc.gov/humanresources/code-of-conduct.