Stakeholder Engagement and Public Comment on Executive Order JML-13

Welcome to the Public Comment Portal

Governor Landry invites interested parties and stakeholders to provide comments and insights into JML-13, an initiative to review and consider optimizing various offices, agencies, and authorities within the department. Your input is valuable as we strive to enhance coordination, reduce overlap, consolidate functions, and streamline processes related to Louisiana.

Click Here to Read Response to JML 24-13-Request for Action

Click Here to Read Creation of the Natural Resources Steering Commission

Click Here to Read Natural Resources Steering Commission-Schedule of Review

Click Here to Read DRIVE Initiative-First Round of Comments

Click Here to Read DRIVE Initiative-Second Round of Comments

Click Here to Read Letter to NRSC Members

Click Here to Read NRSC Agenda 6/18/24


Click Here to Read Presentations from the June 16th Natural Resources Steering Commission


Your Feedback Matters

We invite Louisiana residents, former, current, and future, to share their thoughts, concerns, and suggestions regarding the proposed optimization. Your insights will be crucial in shaping the recommendations that will be included.



  • Submit your comments for consideration under Executive Order JML-13 at or by e-mail to
  • Provide specific details, suggestions, citations (if possible), context, history, and rationale for a change of or concerns to assist in the review process.
Stakeholder Information:
Make a Case for Change:

Identify the Issue

Legal Framework

Historical Analysis


Public Meetings Attendance

Public Record Notice: All comments and feedback will become part of the public record. Please refrain from submitting any information that you do not want to be publicly accessible. By submitting any information, you acknowledge that it becomes part of the public domain.

Submission: Please review your information and comments before submitting.

Thank you for taking the time to provide your valuable input. Comments will be processed on a rolling basis. Your participation is crucial to the transparency and success of the reorganization process.

Submissions received after March 29, 2024 will not be considered prior for the Natural Resources Steering Commission.