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Mission statement and measurement report
Public Authorities (PBA) CHAPTER 43-A, ARTICLE 5, TITLE 11
§ 1269-f. Mission statement and measurement report. 1. The authority
shall submit to the governor, the temporary president of the senate and
the speaker of the assembly, on or before October thirty-first, two
thousand nine, a proposed authority mission statement and proposed
measurements. The proposed mission statement and proposed measurements
shall have the following components: a brief mission statement
expressing the purpose and goals of the authority; a description of the
stakeholders of the authority and their reasonable expectations from the
authority, which stakeholders shall include at a minimum: the residents
and taxpayers of the area of the state served by the authority, the
persons that use the services provided by the authority, and the
employees of the authority and any employee organization; the goals of
the authority in response to the needs of each group of stakeholders;
and a list of measures by which performance of the authority and the
achievement of its goals may be evaluated.

2. The authority shall thereafter reexamine its mission statement and
measurements on an annual basis, and publish on its website self
evaluations based on the stated measures.