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The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title XIX
PUBLIC BUSINESS
Chapter 287
PROCUREMENT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AND SERVICES
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Section 287.0571, Florida Statutes 2009

287.0571  Applicability of ss. 287.0571-287.0574.--

(1)  Sections 287.0571-287.0574 may be cited as the "Florida Efficient Government Act."

(2)  It is the intent of the Legislature that each state agency focus on its core mission and deliver services effectively and efficiently by leveraging resources and contracting with private sector vendors whenever vendors can more effectively and efficiently provide services and reduce the cost of government.

(3)  It is further the intent of the Legislature that business cases to outsource be evaluated for feasibility, cost-effectiveness, and efficiency before a state agency proceeds with any outsourcing of services.

(4)  Sections 287.0571-287.0574 do not apply to:

(a)  A procurement of commodities and contractual services listed in s. 287.057(5)(e), (f), and (g) and (22).

(b)  A procurement of contractual services subject to s. 287.055.

(c)  A contract in support of the planning, development, implementation, operation, or maintenance of the road, bridge, and public transportation construction program of the Department of Transportation.

(d)  A procurement of commodities or contractual services which does not constitute an outsourcing of services or activities.

History.--s. 2, ch. 2006-224.

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