Michigan Legislative Service Bureau
The Legislative Service Bureau is governed by the Michigan Legislative Council which is responsible for selecting the Director of the Legislative Service Bureau.
The Administrative Services Division handles the Human Resources and Business office. The Human Resources Office handles all payroll, benefits, and related human resources training within the Legislature. The Business Office handles all purchasing, accounting, and budgeting functions towards the Legislative Service Bureau and the Michigan Legislative Council.
The Legal Services Division provides nonpartisan legal advice for members and staff of the Michigan Legislature. Also, the Legal Services Division drafts all bills and joint resolutions along with all necessary legal memorandums. The Legal Division staff is made up of Attorneys licensed by the Michigan Bar and all necessary support staff.
The Legislative Printing Division prints all legislative journals along with all calendars and bills that are presented on the floor of the legislature. Also, all legislative stationery, newsletters, and booklets are printed by the Legislative Printing Division.
The Research Services Division handles all research requests for Michigan legislators and staff. This is done with providing legislative research and analysis with nonpartisan, factual research. Also, the Research Services Division handles all legislative resolution drafting.
All fiscal research is handled by separate staff in the Michigan House of Representatives and Michigan Senate.
The Information Technology Division handles all support and maintenance of the phone and data systems of the Michigan Legislature and related agencies.
- Michigan Legislature, "Michigan Legislative Council"(See First Paragraph)
- Michigan Legislative Service Bureau, "Divisions of the LSB"(See Director's Office)
- Michigan Legislature, "Legislative Service Bureau Divisions"
- National Conference of State Legislatures, "State Legislative Fiscal Offices(See Michigan)
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