Governor's Executive Orders
Governor's Continuity of work EO 2020-17
On March 26, 2020, Governor Ducey issued Executive Order 2020-17, which allows agencies to defer certain license-related requirements under certain conditions. The following two portions of the Executive Order that relate to the Board's license applicants and license holders are as follows:
1. A state agency can defer license renewal if requirements cannot be fulfilled online.
The Board currently accepts online renewals and will therefore NOT defer renewal payments.
The Board will be more lenient in the acceptance of late renewal payments from international registrants, as some may not be able to renew online (international credit cards are currently not accepted) and delivery delays of international mail due to the lockdown of some nations .
2. When a pre-license examination is required that cannot be provided via electronic or remote format, a state agency must issue a provisional license to an applicant, unless prohibited by federal law or regulation, if the applicant has met all requirements for a license other than the examination.
GOVERNOR'S REGULATION ROLLBACK
“Regulation Rollback” is a strategic step in our state’s ongoing work to make Arizona the best state in the nation for businesses and consumers alike.
We’ve made great progress in growing our economy and streamlining state government over the past two years. We still have a lot of work to do to make sure outdated regulations aren’t slowing us down.
No longer will regulations remain in place “just because they’re on the books and nobody’s bothered to change them.”
“Regulation Rollback” is offering a new online service to crowd source recommendations on how to update Arizona’s regulatory system.
At Redtape.AZ.gov, associations, organizations, and individuals across the state can recommend ways to improve or eliminate outdated regulations.
We need your help. You are the experts. Visit this portal for your opportunity to provide specific input to the Governor’s office on an outdated rule or regulation that stifles Arizona’s consumers and job creators.
Submit your suggestions here: https://azgovernor.gov/redtape/
We thank you for your help in highlighting ways to improve state government and to better serve Arizonans.
EXECUTIVE ORDER 2017-03
This order required the AZBTR, and other regulatory Boards and Agencies, to report to the governor information regarding licensure and comparisons with similar Boards and Agencies in other state. You can read the Order here.
AZBTR Response to Executive Order 2017-03
The AZBTR responded to the Governors' Executive Order 2017-03. Here is the response.