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Kansas Advisory Council on Intergovernmental Relations Annual Report
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The 2002 Kansas Legislature created the 15-member Kansas Advisory Council on Intergovernmental Relations (KACIR). The Council has the duty to engage in continuous study of the services provided by the various types and levels of government within the state, the division of responsibility for providing and financing governmental services, possibilities of improving the organizational structure and operational efficiency of the various governmental units serving the citizens of the state; and the state and local tax structure and the revenue requirements and fiscal policies of the state and its local units of government.
The KACIR is required to give particular attention to modernization of the structure of Kansas local government, the impact of urbanization on the organization and functions of local government, the impact of technology on the organization and functions of local government, and the relationships between state and local governments.