Task Force Members
Former Task Force Members
Appendix A: Summary of Hawaii’s Planning Process Quality Growth Policy
State Functional Plans
Planning, Programming & Budgeting System
County General and Development Plans Appendix B: Listing of Agencies and Organizations
The State Functional Plans are intended to further define the Hawai‘i State Plan. Twelve (12) State Functional Plans were prepared in the early 1980s and adopted by concurrent resolution by the Hawai‘i State Legislature. The State Functional Plans identified needed actions on both cost and non-cost items, e.g. legislation, budget and time-frame for implementation. As part of its development, citizens and public advisory committees were formed for each functional plan, engaging hundreds of community leaders who deliberated the future of Hawai‘i in the respective functional plan areas. The State Functional Plans were last updated in 1989 and 1991. The twelve (12) Functional Plans include the following policy areas:
In the late 1990s, the responsibility for preparing guidelines for State Functional Plans was transferred from the Office of Planning to the Department of Budget and Finance to improve the linkage between the State Functional Plans and the Executive Budget. This function was transferred back to the Office of Planning in 2001.