COMMITTEE:   Government Efficiency & Reform 

TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess
Monday, April 08, 2013 

PLACE:       E1.026 
CHAIR:       Rep. Linda Harper-Brown 


HB 1965       Harper-Brown
Relating to the state contracting duties of the quality assurance team and Contract Advisory Team.

HB 1726       Bohac
Relating to shipping coordination services for state agencies.

HB 2605       Flynn
Relating to the distribution of certain consultants' reports.

HB 2471       Rodriguez, Eddie       
Relating to the exception of certain information related to the humane disposition by a local government of an unclaimed stray animal from required disclosure under the public information law.

HB 2873       Harper-Brown           
Relating to the development of a model contract management process for use with low-risk state procurements.

HB 2961       Huberty                
Relating to the social security numbers of school district employees.

HB 2962       Harper-Brown           
Relating to the use of a credit or charge card by a state agency to make certain purchases.

HB 3200       Larson                 
Relating to a suit for a writ of mandamus compelling a governmental body to make information available for public inspection under the public information law.

HB 3369       Perry
Relating to the creation of the office of inspector general.

HB 3394       Harper-Brown           
Relating to the Sunset Advisory Commission.

HB 3395       Harper-Brown           
Relating to the employee innovation incentive program.

HB 3436       Cook                   
Relating to formal action of responsible governmental entities on certain proposals or bids for certain projects.

HB 3647       Harper-Brown
Relating to removing licensing and fee requirements for certain salespersons who sell or lease-purchase or offer to sell or lease-purchase manufactured housing to a consumer.

HB 3830       Herrero
Relating to the applicability of certain public works contracting requirements.

HB 3833       Harper-Brown           
Relating to the Sunset Advisory Commission.

HJR 112       Laubenberg
Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the authority of the state to collect, receive, or store certain consumer information.




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