This series includes a variety of records created and kept by the Utah Little Hoover Commission. The commission was tasked with assessing the organization and functions of the Executive Branch of Utah government. The mission was to look for ways to improve efficiency in government through reorganization. This directive was executed through assessments of individual state agencies, public feedback, and committee debate and discussion. The final product of the Little Hoover Commission is a 1966 report submitted to the Utah State Legislature. Based on the findings and recommendations of that report the Executive Branch under Governor Calvin Rampton underwent the broadest reorganization in Utah's history up to that point.