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       Florida Senate - 2010                      CS for CS for SB 1516
       
       
       
       By the Policy and Steering Committee on Ways and Means; the
       Committee on General Government Appropriations; and Senator
       Baker
       
       
       576-03747-10                                          20101516c2
    1                        A bill to be entitled                      
    2         An act relating to state-owned lands; amending s.
    3         193.023, F.S.; requiring the property appraiser to
    4         physically inspect any parcel of taxable or state
    5         owned real property upon the request of the taxpayer
    6         or owner; amending s. 193.085, F.S.; removing
    7         provisions requiring the Department of Revenue to
    8         notify property appraisers of state ownership of real
    9         property; requiring local governments to notify
   10         property appraisers of lands owned by the local
   11         government; amending s. 213.053, F.S.; authorizing the
   12         Department of Revenue to disclose certain information
   13         to the Department of Environmental Protection
   14         regarding state-owned lands; amending s. 216.0152,
   15         F.S.; requiring the Division of State Lands in the
   16         Department of Environmental Protection rather than the
   17         Department of Management Services to develop and
   18         maintain an automated inventory of all facilities
   19         owned, leased, rented, or otherwise occupied or
   20         maintained by any agency of the state; requiring that
   21         the facilities inventory data be provided to the
   22         department on or before a specified date each year by
   23         the owning or operating state agency; requiring the
   24         division to adopt rules; directing the department to
   25         update its inventory with information concerning the
   26         physical condition of facilities that have 3,000
   27         square feet or more of usable space; requiring the
   28         department to submit an annual report to the Governor
   29         and Legislature which lists the state-owned real
   30         property recommended for disposition; amending s.
   31         253.03, F.S.; requiring the Department of Revenue to
   32         furnish, in electronic form, annual current tax roll
   33         data for public lands to the Board of Trustees of the
   34         Internal Improvement Trust Fund to be used in
   35         compiling the inventory of public lands; requiring the
   36         board to use tax roll data from the Department of
   37         Revenue to assist in the identification and
   38         confirmation of publicly held lands; amending s.
   39         253.034, F.S.; removing provisions relating to an
   40         inventory of public lands, including federal lands,
   41         within the state; requiring that a building or parcel
   42         of land be offered for lease to state agencies, state
   43         universities, and community colleges before being
   44         offered for lease, sublease, or sale to a local or
   45         federal unit of government or a private party;
   46         requiring that priority consideration for such a lease
   47         be given to state universities and community colleges;
   48         requiring that a state university or community college
   49         submit a plan regarding the intended use of such
   50         building or parcel of land for review and approval by
   51         the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
   52         Trust Fund before approval of a lease; providing that
   53         priority consideration be given to the University of
   54         South Florida Polytechnic for the lease of vacant land
   55         and buildings located at the G. Pierce Wood facility
   56         in DeSoto County; providing for future expiration;
   57         creating the comprehensive state-owned real property
   58         system; directing the Department of Environmental
   59         Protection to create, administer, operate, and
   60         maintain a comprehensive system for all state lands
   61         and real property leased, owned, rented, or otherwise
   62         occupied or maintained by any state agency or the
   63         judicial branch; providing for a database of all real
   64         property owned or leased by the state; requiring all
   65         state agencies to enter required real property
   66         information into the comprehensive state-owned real
   67         property system; describing the principal objectives
   68         of the comprehensive state-owned real property system;
   69         setting forth the timeframes in which the department
   70         must complete the comprehensive state-owned real
   71         property system; requiring the department to report to
   72         the Governor and Legislature by a specified date;
   73         providing for an executive steering committee for
   74         management of the comprehensive state-owned real
   75         property system; describing the composition of the
   76         executive steering committee; setting forth the
   77         responsibilities of the executive steering committee;
   78         creating a project management team to work under the
   79         direction of the executive steering committee;
   80         requiring the project management team to be headed by
   81         a full-time project manager and to consist of senior
   82         managers and personnel appointed by members of the
   83         executive steering committee; setting forth the
   84         responsibilities of the project management team;
   85         providing an effective date.
   86  
   87  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
   88  
   89         Section 1. Subsection (2) of section 193.023, Florida
   90  Statutes, is amended to read
   91         193.023 Duties of the property appraiser in making
   92  assessments.—
   93         (2) In making his or her assessment of the value of real
   94  property, the property appraiser is required to physically
   95  inspect the property at least once every 5 years. Where
   96  geographically suitable, and at the discretion of the property
   97  appraiser, the property appraiser may use image technology in
   98  lieu of physical inspection to ensure that the tax roll meets
   99  all the requirements of law. The Department of Revenue shall
  100  establish minimum standards for the use of image technology
  101  consistent with standards developed by professionally recognized
  102  sources for mass appraisal of real property. However, the
  103  property appraiser shall physically inspect any parcel of
  104  taxable or state-owned real property upon the request of the
  105  taxpayer or owner.
  106         Section 2. Paragraph (a) of subsection (3) of section
  107  193.085, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
  108         193.085 Listing all property.—
  109         (3)(a) The department will coordinate with all other
  110  departments of state government to ensure that the several
  111  property appraisers are properly notified annually of state
  112  ownership of real property. The department shall promulgate
  113  regulations to ensure that All forms of local government,
  114  special taxing districts, multicounty districts, and
  115  municipalities shall provide written annual notification to
  116  properly notify annually the several property appraisers of any
  117  and all real property owned by any of them so that ownership of
  118  all such property will be properly listed.
  119         Section 3. Paragraph (z) is added to subsection (8) of
  120  section 213.053, Florida Statutes, to read:
  121         213.053 Confidentiality and information sharing.—
  122         (8) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section,
  123  the department may provide:
  124         (z)Information relative to ss. 253.03(8) and 253.0325 to
  125  the Department of Environmental Protection in the conduct of its
  126  official business.
  127  
  128  Disclosure of information under this subsection shall be
  129  pursuant to a written agreement between the executive director
  130  and the agency. Such agencies, governmental or nongovernmental,
  131  shall be bound by the same requirements of confidentiality as
  132  the Department of Revenue. Breach of confidentiality is a
  133  misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided by s.
  134  775.082 or s. 775.083.
  135         Section 4. Section 216.0152, Florida Statutes, is amended
  136  to read:
  137         216.0152 Inventory of state-owned facilities or state
  138  occupied facilities.—
  139         (1) The Division of State Lands in the Department of
  140  Environmental Protection Management Services shall develop and
  141  maintain an automated inventory of all facilities owned, leased,
  142  rented, or otherwise occupied or maintained by any agency of the
  143  state, or by the judicial branch, or the water management
  144  districts, except those with less than 3,000 square feet. The
  145  inventory data shall be provided by the owning or operating
  146  agency and shall include the location, occupying agency,
  147  ownership, size, condition assessment, valuations, operating
  148  costs, maintenance record, age, parking and employee facilities,
  149  building uses, full-time equivalent occupancy, known
  150  restrictions or historic designations, including conservation
  151  land status, leases or subleases, and associated revenues, and
  152  other information as required in a rule adopted by the
  153  department. The department shall use this data for determining
  154  maintenance needs, conducting strategic analyses, including, but
  155  not limited to, analyzing and identifying candidates for
  156  surplus, valuation, and disposition, and life-cycle cost
  157  evaluations of the facility. Inventory data shall be provided to
  158  the department on or before July 1 of each year by the owning or
  159  operating agency in a format prescribed by the department. The
  160  inventory need not include a condition assessment or maintenance
  161  record of facilities not owned by a state agency, or by the
  162  judicial branch, or a water management district. The term
  163  “facility,” as used in this section, means buildings,
  164  structures, and building systems, but does not include
  165  transportation facilities of the state transportation system.
  166  The Department of Transportation shall develop and maintain an
  167  inventory of transportation facilities of the state
  168  transportation system. The Board of Governors of the State
  169  University System and the Department of Education, respectively,
  170  shall develop and maintain an inventory, in the manner
  171  prescribed by the Department of Environmental Protection
  172  Management Services, of all state university and community
  173  college facilities and shall make the data available in a format
  174  acceptable to the Department of Environmental Protection
  175  Management Services. By March 15, 2011, the division shall adopt
  176  rules pursuant to ss. 120.536 and 120.54 to administer this
  177  section.
  178         (2) For the purpose of assessing needed repairs and
  179  renovations of facilities, the Department of Environmental
  180  Protection Management Services shall update its inventory with
  181  condition information for facilities of 3,000 square feet or
  182  more and cause to be updated the other inventories required by
  183  subsection (1) at least once every 5 years, but the inventories
  184  shall record acquisitions of new facilities and significant
  185  changes in existing facilities as they occur. The Department of
  186  Environmental Protection Management Services shall provide each
  187  agency and the judicial branch with the most recent inventory
  188  applicable to that agency or to the judicial branch. Each agency
  189  and the judicial branch shall, in the manner prescribed by the
  190  Department of Environmental Protection Management Services,
  191  report significant changes in the inventory as they occur. Items
  192  relating to the condition and life-cycle cost of a facility
  193  shall be updated at least every 5 years.
  194         (3) By October 1, 2011, and annually thereafter, the
  195  Division of State Lands in the Department of Environmental
  196  Protection shall submit to the Governor, the President of the
  197  Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives a report
  198  that lists the state-owned real property recommended for
  199  disposition. The Department of Management Services shall, every
  200  3 years, publish a complete report detailing this inventory and
  201  shall publish an annual update of the report. The department
  202  shall furnish the updated report to the Executive Office of the
  203  Governor and the Legislature no later than September 15 of each
  204  year.
  205         Section 5. Subsection (8) of section 253.03, Florida
  206  Statutes, is amended to read:
  207         253.03 Board of trustees to administer state lands; lands
  208  enumerated.—
  209         (8)(a) The Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
  210  Trust Fund shall prepare, using tax roll data provided by the
  211  Department of Revenue, or the county property appraisers, an
  212  annual inventory of all publicly owned lands within the state.
  213  Such inventory shall include all lands owned by any unit of
  214  state government or local government; by the Federal Government,
  215  to the greatest extent possible; and by any other public entity.
  216  The board shall submit a summary report of the inventory and a
  217  list of major discrepancies between the inventory and the tax
  218  roll data to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the
  219  House of Representatives on or before March 1 of each year.
  220         (b) In addition to any other parcel data available, the
  221  inventory shall include a legal description or proper reference
  222  thereto, the number of acres or square feet within the
  223  boundaries, and the assessed value of all publicly owned
  224  uplands. To the greatest extent practicable, the legal
  225  description or proper reference thereto and the number of acres
  226  or square feet shall be determined for all publicly owned
  227  submerged lands. For the purposes of this subsection, the term
  228  “submerged lands” means publicly owned lands below the ordinary
  229  high-water mark of fresh waters and below the mean high-water
  230  line of salt waters extending seaward to the outer jurisdiction
  231  of the state. By October 31 of each year, the Department of
  232  Revenue shall furnish, in machine-readable form, annual, current
  233  tax roll data for public lands to the board to be used in
  234  compiling the inventory.
  235         (c) By September 30 of each year, the Department of Revenue
  236  shall furnish to the board, in electronic form, the approved
  237  preliminary tax roll data for public lands to be used in
  238  compiling the inventory. By November 30 December 31 of each
  239  year, the board shall prepare and provide to each state agency
  240  and local government and any other public entity which holds
  241  title to real property, including any water management district,
  242  drainage district, navigation district, or special taxing
  243  district, a list of the real property owned by such entity,
  244  required to be listed on county assessment rolls, using tax roll
  245  data provided by the Department of Revenue. By January March 31
  246  of the following year, each such entity shall review its list
  247  and inform the appropriate property appraiser of any corrections
  248  to the list. The appropriate county property appraiser
  249  Department of Revenue shall enter provide for entering such
  250  corrections on the appropriate county tax roll.
  251         (d) Whenever real property is listed on the real property
  252  assessment rolls of the respective counties in the name of the
  253  State of Florida or any of its agencies, the listing shall not
  254  be changed in the absence of a recorded deed executed by the
  255  State of Florida or the state agency in whose name the property
  256  is listed. If, in preparing the assessment rolls, the several
  257  property appraisers within the state become aware of the
  258  existence of a recorded deed not executed by the state and
  259  purporting to convey real property listed on the assessment
  260  rolls as state-owned, the property appraiser shall immediately
  261  forward a copy of the recorded deed to the state agency in whose
  262  name the property is listed.
  263         (e)The board shall use tax roll data, which shall be
  264  provided by the Department of Revenue, to assist in the
  265  identification and confirmation of publicly held lands. Lands
  266  that are held by the state or a water management district and
  267  lands that are purchased by the state, a state agency, or a
  268  water management district and that are deemed not essential or
  269  necessary for conservation purposes are subject to review for
  270  surplus sale.
  271         Section 6. Subsections (8) and (16) of section 253.034,
  272  Florida Statutes, are amended, and subsection (17) is added to
  273  that section, to read:
  274         253.034 State-owned lands; uses.—
  275         (8)(a) Notwithstanding other provisions of this section,
  276  the Division of State Lands is directed to prepare a state
  277  inventory of all federal lands and all lands titled in the name
  278  of the state, a state agency, a water management district, or a
  279  local government on a county-by-county basis. To facilitate the
  280  development of the state inventory, each county shall direct the
  281  appropriate county office with authority over the information to
  282  provide the division with a county inventory of all lands
  283  identified as federal lands and lands titled in the name of the
  284  state, a state agency, a water management district, or a local
  285  government. The Legislature recognizes the value of the state’s
  286  conservation lands as water recharge areas and air filters and,
  287  in an effort to better understand the scientific underpinnings
  288  of carbon sequestration, carbon capture, and greenhouse gas
  289  mitigation, to inform policymakers and decisionmakers, and to
  290  provide the infrastructure for landowners, the Division of State
  291  Lands shall contract with an organization experienced and
  292  specialized in carbon sinks and emission budgets to conduct an
  293  inventory of all lands that were acquired pursuant to
  294  Preservation 2000 and Florida Forever and that were titled in
  295  the name of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
  296  Trust Fund. The inventory shall determine the value of carbon
  297  capture and carbon sequestration. Such inventory shall consider
  298  potential carbon offset values of changes in land management
  299  practices, including, but not limited to, replanting of trees,
  300  routine prescribed burns, and land use conversion. Such an
  301  inventory shall be completed and presented to the board of
  302  trustees by July 1, 2009.
  303         (b)The state inventory must distinguish between lands
  304  purchased by the state or a water management district as part of
  305  a core parcel or within original project boundaries, as those
  306  terms are used to meet the surplus requirements of subsection
  307  (6), and lands purchased by the state, a state agency, or a
  308  water management district which are not essential or necessary
  309  for conservation purposes.
  310         (c)In any county having a population of 75,000 or fewer,
  311  or a county having a population of 100,000 or fewer which is
  312  contiguous to a county having a population of 75,000 or fewer,
  313  in which more than 50 percent of the lands within the county
  314  boundary are federal lands and lands titled in the name of the
  315  state, a state agency, a water management district, or a local
  316  government, those lands titled in the name of the state or a
  317  state agency which are not essential or necessary to meet
  318  conservation purposes may, upon request of a public or private
  319  entity, be made available for purchase through the state’s
  320  surplusing process. Rights-of-way for existing, proposed, or
  321  anticipated transportation facilities are exempt from the
  322  requirements of this paragraph. Priority consideration shall be
  323  given to buyers, public or private, willing to return the
  324  property to productive use so long as the property can be
  325  reentered onto the county ad valorem tax roll. Property acquired
  326  with matching funds from a local government shall not be made
  327  available for purchase without the consent of the local
  328  government.
  329         (b)(d) If state-owned lands are subject to annexation
  330  procedures, the Division of State Lands must notify the county
  331  legislative delegation of the county in which the land is
  332  located.
  333         (16) Before a building or parcel of land is offered for
  334  lease, sublease, or sale to a local or federal unit of
  335  government or a private party, it shall first be offered for
  336  lease to state agencies, and state universities, and community
  337  colleges, with priority consideration given to state
  338  universities and community colleges. A state university or
  339  community college must submit a plan for review and approval by
  340  the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund
  341  regarding the intended use of the building or parcel of land
  342  before approval of a lease.
  343         (17)Notwithstanding any other provision of this section,
  344  the University of South Florida Polytechnic shall be given
  345  priority consideration for the lease of vacant land and
  346  buildings located at the G. Pierce Wood facility in DeSoto
  347  County. This subsection expires July 1, 2012.
  348         Section 7. Comprehensive state-owned real property system.—
  349         (1)The Department of Environmental Protection shall
  350  create, administer, and maintain a comprehensive system for all
  351  state lands and real property leased, owned, rented, and
  352  otherwise occupied or maintained by any state agency, by the
  353  judicial branch, and by any water management district. The
  354  comprehensive state-owned real property system shall allow the
  355  Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund to
  356  perform its statutory responsibilities and the Division of State
  357  Lands, in the Department of Environmental Protection, to conduct
  358  strategic analyses and prepare annual valuation and disposition
  359  analyses and recommendations for all state real property assets.
  360         (a)The comprehensive state-owned real property system must
  361  contain a database that includes an accurate inventory of all
  362  real property that is leased, owned, rented, occupied, or
  363  managed by the state, the judicial branch, or the water
  364  management districts.
  365         (b)The Division of State Lands, in the Department of
  366  Environmental Protection, shall be the statewide custodian of
  367  the real property information and shall be accountable for its
  368  accuracy.
  369         (c)All state agencies and water management districts shall
  370  enter required real property information according to rules
  371  established by the Division of State Lands pursuant to s.
  372  216.0152, Florida Statutes.
  373         (2)The comprehensive state-owned real property system must
  374  accomplish the following objectives:
  375         (a)Eliminate the need for redundant state real property
  376  information collection processes and state agency information
  377  systems.
  378         (b)Reduce the need to lease or acquire additional real
  379  property as a result of an annual surplus valuation,
  380  utilization, and disposition analysis.
  381         (c)Enable regional planning as a tool for cost-effective
  382  buy, sell, and lease decisions.
  383         (d)Increase state revenues and maximize operational
  384  efficiencies by annually identifying those state-owned real
  385  properties that are the best candidates for surplus or
  386  disposition.
  387         (e)Ensure all state real property is identified by
  388  collaborating and integrating with the Department of Revenue
  389  data as submitted by the county property appraisers.
  390         (f)Implement required functionality and processes for
  391  state agencies to electronically submit all applicable real
  392  property information using a web browser application.
  393         (3)The development of the comprehensive state-owned real
  394  property system must be composed of the following implementation
  395  timeframes and initial deliverables:
  396         (a)By October 1, 2010, the Division of State Lands shall
  397  submit a report to the Governor, the President of the Senate,
  398  and the Speaker of the House of Representatives which identifies
  399  and recommends state-owned real property for disposition. The
  400  report shall include specific information that documents the
  401  valuation and analysis process used to identify the specific
  402  state-owned real property recommended for disposition.
  403         (b)By November 1, 2010, the Department of Environmental
  404  Protection shall submit an updated feasibility study for the
  405  Lands Inventory Tracking System, to include in its scope the
  406  comprehensive state-owned real property system. The feasibility
  407  study shall be submitted to the Governor, the President of the
  408  Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
  409         (c)By February 1, 2011, the executive steering committee
  410  shall complete the business process analysis and documentation
  411  of both the detailed system requirements and the overall system
  412  architecture and submit this information to the Governor, the
  413  President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of
  414  Representatives.
  415         (d)By March 1, 2011, the facility inventory components of
  416  the comprehensive state-owned real property system must be fully
  417  operational.
  418         (e)By September 1, 2012, the remaining real property and
  419  land inventory components of the comprehensive state-owned real
  420  property system must be fully operational.
  421         (4)The Department of Environmental Protection shall
  422  implement the project governance structure until such time as
  423  the comprehensive state-owned real property system is
  424  successfully completed, suspended, or terminated.
  425         (5)The project sponsor for the comprehensive state-owned
  426  real property system is the Secretary of Environmental
  427  Protection.
  428         (6)The project shall be governed by an executive steering
  429  committee composed of the following voting members or their
  430  designees:
  431         (a)The Secretary of Environmental Protection, who shall
  432  serve as chair of the committee.
  433         (b)The executive director of the Department of Revenue.
  434         (c)The director of the Division of State Lands in the
  435  Department of Environmental Protection.
  436         (d)The Chief Financial Officer.
  437         (e)A property appraiser appointed by the Florida
  438  Association of Property Appraisers, Inc.
  439         (f)A property appraiser appointed by the Property
  440  Appraisers’ Association of Florida, Inc.
  441         (g)The executive director of the Agency for Enterprise
  442  Information Technology.
  443         (7)The executive steering committee shall take action by
  444  majority vote of its members and has the overall management
  445  responsibility for ensuring that the system meets the main
  446  business objectives identified in subsection (1). The executive
  447  steering committee is specifically responsible for:
  448         (a)Providing management direction and support to the
  449  project management team.
  450         (b)Reviewing, approving, or disapproving project
  451  deliverables and any changes to the project’s scope, schedule,
  452  or costs.
  453         (c)Preparing an update to the feasibility study for the
  454  Lands Inventory Tracking System, including the scope of the real
  455  property system. The feasibility study shall include, but need
  456  not be limited to, a description of the overall scope of the
  457  comprehensive state-owned real property system. In determining
  458  the overall scope, the study shall address whether a single,
  459  comprehensive database of state-owned real property should
  460  replace existing real property databases and whether the
  461  comprehensive real property system should accept data from and
  462  send data to existing databases. The feasibility study update
  463  shall comply with the Schedule IV-B guidelines for the 2010-2011
  464  fiscal year, published by the Technology Review Workgroup
  465  pursuant to s. 216.023, Florida Statutes.
  466         1.At a minimum, the following database systems shall be
  467  included in this review and analysis:
  468         a.The Public Lands Inventory of the Department of
  469  Environmental Protection, the statewide public lands inventory,
  470  the Board of Trustees Land Document Systems, and the Lands
  471  Information Tracking System.
  472         b.The property tax rolls of the Department of Revenue.
  473         c.The state facilities inventory of the Department of
  474  Management Services.
  475         d.The risk management database of the Department of
  476  Financial Services.
  477         2.Further functions must include:
  478         a.Identification of the role and responsibilities of the
  479  county property appraisers in a comprehensive system of state
  480  owned real property which includes the integration of their real
  481  property data.
  482         b.A description of the methods for maintaining and
  483  updating the system and conducting strategic analyses, including
  484  valuation and real property surplus or disposition analysis.
  485         c.Specifications describing all functional and technical
  486  requirements of the comprehensive system.
  487         d.Reliable estimates of the initial and ongoing state and
  488  local effort required to implement the comprehensive system of
  489  state-owned real property.
  490         e.Identification of the business processes that county
  491  property appraisers and state agencies will use to keep the
  492  comprehensive system data complete, current, and accurate.
  493         f.Identification of state agency system usage requirements
  494  and responsibilities.
  495         g.Cost-benefit analysis documenting the specific direct
  496  and indirect costs, savings, and qualitative and quantitative
  497  benefits involved in or resulting from the implementation of the
  498  comprehensive state-owned real property system.
  499         (d)Identifying and recommending to the Governor and the
  500  chair of the House Full Appropriations Council on General
  501  Government & Health Care and the chair of the Senate Policy and
  502  Steering Committee on Ways and Means any fiscal and substantive
  503  policy changes that are needed to implement and maintain the
  504  comprehensive system as documented in the feasibility study.
  505         (8)The project management team shall be established no
  506  later than 30 days after this act becomes law and shall work
  507  under the direction of the executive steering committee. A
  508  memorandum of agreement between the Department of Environmental
  509  Protection, the Department of Revenue, and the Department of
  510  Financial Services may be executed to clearly define the roles
  511  and responsibilities of the project management team. The project
  512  management team must be headed by a full-time project manager
  513  and consist of senior managers and personnel appointed by
  514  members of the executive steering committee. The project
  515  management team is responsible for:
  516         (a)Providing daily planning, management, and
  517  implementation resources and capabilities for the project.
  518         (b)Developing an operational work plan for the project and
  519  providing to the executive steering committee proposed updates
  520  to the work plan whenever necessary. The plan must specify
  521  project milestones, deliverables, a development and
  522  implementation schedule, and expenditures necessary to achieve
  523  the main objectives identified in subsection (1).
  524         (c)Submitting written monthly project status reports to
  525  the executive steering committee which describe:
  526         1.Planned project costs versus actual project costs.
  527         2.Completion status of major milestones and deliverables
  528  according to the project schedule.
  529         3.Any issues requiring resolution, the proposed resolution
  530  for the issues, and information regarding the status of the
  531  resolution.
  532         4.Specific risks that must be managed and methods for
  533  their management.
  534         5.Recommendations for necessary changes in the project’s
  535  scope, schedule, or costs. All recommendations must be reviewed
  536  by project stakeholders before submission to the executive
  537  steering committee in order to ensure that the recommendations
  538  meet required acceptance criteria.
  539         (d)Preparing the feasibility study required in subsection
  540  (7) under the direction of the executive steering committee.
  541         (e)Preparing project work plans and project status
  542  reports, which shall also be provided to the Governor and the
  543  chair of the House Full Appropriations Council on General
  544  Government & Health Care and the chair of the Senate Policy and
  545  Steering Committee on Ways and Means.
  546         Section 8. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law.

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