Louis A. Day, MPA, is an Analyst with the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee, a bipartisan and bicameral legislative service agency consisting of 12 members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly. The Committee conducts studies and makes recommendations aimed at eliminating unnecessary expenditures; promoting economy in the government of the Commonwealth; and assuring that state funds are being expended in accordance with legislative intent and law. Working in a team environment, Louis and his colleagues have published reports on a broad range of policy issues, such as the rising costs of overtime at the Department of Corrections, the funding structure of the Pennsylvania State Police, and most recently, the costs to implement the Right-to-Know Law. Louis A. Day has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (summa cum laude) from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor’s Degree of Science (BS) in Automotive Business Management and an Associate’s Degree of Applied Science (AAS) in Automotive Technology from Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania College of Technology. Prior to joining the staff of the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee, Louis worked in business management.