SB 1554: Public Procurement [GPSC]
GENERAL BILL by Gelber ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Smith ; Ring ; Hill ; Storms ; Wilson ; Villalobos ; Siplin
Public Procurement [GPSC]; Provides that a public servant who fails to advertise, publicly announce, or electronically post a solicitation for commodities or contractual services commits a felony of the second degree under certain circumstances. Imposes criminal penalties. Reenacts a specified provision relating to the offense severity ranking chart of the Criminal Punishment Code, to incorporate the amendment made in a reference thereto.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 Senate - Died in Committee on Criminal Justice
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• Referred to Ethics and Elections; Criminal Justice; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Judiciary; Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and Means
• Introduced, referred to Ethics and Elections; Criminal Justice; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Judiciary; Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and Means -SJ 00109
• On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 03/18/10, 8:00 am, 412-K
• Favorable by Ethics and Elections; YEAS 10 NAYS 0 -SJ 00269; Now in Criminal Justice -SJ 00269
• Died in Committee on Criminal Justice
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