Office of Boards & Commissions
The Governor appoints approximately 2,000 people to 220 Boards, Commissions, Councils, Committees, and Task Forces. To be considered for an appointment by Governor Doug Ducey, please complete the on-line application below.
Governor Doug Ducey announced he has begun accepting applications for a vacant judicial position on the Gila County Superior Court.
Applicants shall be at least thirty years and less than sixty-five years of age, of good moral character, admitted to the practice of law in Arizona, and a resident of the state for five years next prior to taking office, and a resident of Gila County for at least one year prior to taking office.
Applications will be accepted until 5 p.m. on May 29, 2015.
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS LIST
- General Information on State Boards and Commissions / FAQs
- Governor's Appointments For all Boards and Commissions, the Administrative Register published every 6 months, shows the physical address and website, Director’s name, contact information, duties, names of current members with their term expiration dates, and the authority that established the board.
- Arizona Revised Statutes Governor’s Executive Orders
All boards and commissions are established by Statute or Executive Order, which can be determined from the Administrative Register in the Governor’s Appointments link. The appropriate Statute or Executive Order can then be accessed at these links to determine the number of members, term lengths, purpose, funding source, etcetras.
- State Agency Directory
Contact information for state agencies, and boards and commissions.