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Requests for PEER reviews originate from a variety of sources, including the following:

  • legislative committees
  • individual legislators
  • PEER Committee members
  • statutory authorization
  • staff proposals
  • other governmental agencies
  • citizen complaints

A citizen can bring a matter of concern before the Committee for consideration as a PEER project by providing to the Committee a signed written summary of his or her complaint. With the exception of projects authorized by statute or legislative information requests that are neither sensitive (i.e., suggesting improper conduct) nor complex, the Committee must approve any request for a PEER review prior to initiation of the review by PEER staff. The Committee assigns top priority to requests from legislators and legislative committees.


To request PEER’s services, please contact:

Ted Booth, Executive Director
Joint Legislative Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review
P.O. Box 1204
Jackson, MS 39215-1204

or call 601-359-1226

or e-mail​