Executive Order #33 (Florio)
government is entrusted with the responsibility to provide services
to the public in a manner that carefully conserves taxpayer dollars;
cost of acquiring and maintaining the State's fleet of cars constitutes
a significant public expense; and
assignment and use of State cars must be scrutinized to ensure that
the size of the State's car fleet is tailored to meet the legitimate
needs of State workers on public business in the most cost-efficient
misuse of State cars shall not be tolerated and must result in the
imposition of timely disciplinary sanctions on those who have been
determined to misuse these cars;
I, JAMES J. FLORIO, Governor of the State of New Jersey, by virtue
of the authority vested in my be the Constitution and by the Statutes
of this State, do hereby ORDER and DIRECT:
1. The Department
of Treasury shall assume title, management, control and supervision
over all State cars, whether owned or leased by the State.
2. The State
Treasurer shall issue such guidelines and promulgate such rules
or regulations as may be necessary to assure the proper assignment
and use of State-owned and leased cars.
3. The Commissioner
of Personnel shall issue such guidelines and promulgate such rules
and regulations as may be necessary for the discipline of State
employees who misuse State cars or fail to comply with any guideline,
rule or regulation promulgated by the State Treasurer pursuant
to paragraph 2 of this Order.
Order shall take effect immediately and shall supersede any prior
Executive Order to the extent inconsistent with this Order.
under my hand and seal
this 31st day of January in the Year
of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred
and ninety, and of the Independence
of the United States, the two hundred
James J. Florio
/s/ John A.
Counsel to the Governor