SB 278: Study Commission/Outsourcing
GENERAL BILL by Campbell
Study Commission/Outsourcing; provides legislative intent; defines term "outsourcing"; creates Study Commission on Effects of Outsourcing; provides for membership, reimbursement, & duties of study commission; requires state agencies to provide information requested by study commission; requires commission to submit report & recommendations to Governor & to legislative leaders; provides for expiration of commission.
Last Action: 1/20/2005 Senate - Withdrawn from Governmental Oversight and Productivity; Commerce and Consumer Services; Government Efficiency Appropriations; Withdrawn prior to introduction
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Date Chamber Action 11/22/2004 Senate • Filed
12/17/2004 Senate • Referred to Governmental Oversight and Productivity; Commerce and Consumer Services; Government Efficiency Appropriations
1/20/2005 Senate • Withdrawn from Governmental Oversight and Productivity; Commerce and Consumer Services; Government Efficiency Appropriations; Withdrawn prior to introduction
SB 278, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 11/22/2004 at 11:45 AM
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