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Senate 2756: Relating to Procurement of Personal Property ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2756    GENERAL BILL by Lawson  (Identical H 1211)
Procurement of Personal Property; defines "privatization"; requires head
of state agency, prior to purchase, lease, or acquisition of commodities
or contractual services by privatization, to conduct business case
evaluation of proposed privatization; requires state agencies to
establish system for monitoring performance of privatization contractor
& for monitoring contractor's compliance with terms & conditions of
privatization contract, etc. Creates 287.019. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon
becoming law.
03/02/04 SENATE Filed
03/16/04 SENATE Introduced, referred to Governmental Oversight and
                  Productivity; Appropriations Subcommittee on General
                  Government; Appropriations -SJ 00314
04/30/04 SENATE Died in Committee on Governmental Oversight and Productivity


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S 2756 03/04/2004 Web Page | PDF

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0287.019


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