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Governor Gordon appoints Tricia Bach A&I Director
Governor Mark Gordon last week announced the appointment of Patricia Bach as Director of the Wyoming Department of Administration and Information (A&I).
"Patricia Bach has been an active director and demonstrated her expertise in handling the wide range of duties required of this position," Governor Gordon said.
Bach has worked for the state of Wyoming for 12 years. Prior to being named Interim A&I Director, she spent three years as Human Resources Division Administrator, where her duties included managing the Employees' Group Insurance Program, Compensation and classification for the state. She also spent more than seven years as a Senior Assistant Attorney General in the Wyoming Attorney General's office where she handled litigation in personnel, civil rights, and administrative law. She holds Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctorate degrees from the University of Wyoming.
2020 Census Effort Looking for Workers
The U.S. Census Bureau is working to recruit individuals for various 2020 Census jobs across Wyoming. These are great jobs for those who need a flexible schedule, or those who are looking for extra income. The website to apply is 2020census.gov/jobs. For Wyoming pay rates and positions, try this link.
EA Division helps lead Wyoming 2020 Census effort
Wyoming’s 2020 Census effort has a new information hub hosted by A&I’s Economic Analysis Division. The new page is online at, 2020 Census Wyoming Counts.
The Division’s work on the 2020 Census underscore’s Gov. Mark Gordon’s commitment to ensure an accurate count for the state. The state’s overall awareness effort is being led by the Wyoming Complete Count Committee, which includes state and local designees. The EAD web page has links to local Complete Count committees as well as links to job opportunities for people who will do door-to-door fieldwork.
Obtaining Public Records
Uniform Procedures, Fees, Costs and Charges for Inspection, Copying and Producing Public Records for Wyoming State Agencies were finalized in 2016. More information is available at the following links: